Embracing Technology After Waldorf

*Blog Written By Amelia Vinsel – Class of 2014 As someone who attended a Waldorf school since preschool, my education was pretty much completely free of computers, the internet, and the media industry. In the lower grades, we worked in a way that was completely independent of the use of most modern technology of any kind. In high school, while we did use computer programs to type papers,...
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Calculus – by Mrs. Lovenduski

[Ed. Note – the links are provided by me to help those who haven’t taken Mrs. Lovenduski’s class!] In Calculus, we start by hearing out and thinking upon Zeno’s Paradoxes.  Inherent within his paradoxes is the questions ” Is motion possible?  and, if so, how?”  In working with these questions we also wrestle with; how does one gauge or calculate out motion and...
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Parent Study Group – by Katie Capelli

On Wednesday mornings, bright and early, a group of parents meets with faculty member Abigail Reid both to learn more about Waldorf education and to share our experiences as parents. We began with reading “A Thousand Rivers,” an article written by Carol Black. Ms. Black delves into the murky waters of our current public school system with a historical lens, a multicultural analysis and as a...
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