A Capital Campaign Video created by Michael "Flash" Mills for Alabama Waldorf School's Capital Campaign
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The Waldorf Early Childhood Curriculum
The Denver Waldorf School produced this video which shows how Waldorf preschools provide a gradual transition from the life of the home to the structure of an elementary school. The Waldorf Preschool, they explain, is based upon the simple yet profound concepts of imitation, repetition, and creative play.
TEDX video, veteran teacher Jack Petrash presents that today's standards-driven education prevents children from being taught in a multi-dimensional way. The Waldorf approach prepares students for a future healthy social, emotional and thoughtful life.
Waldorf school Administrator and former class teacher Lisa Grupe talks about how scientific research on the brain supports a Waldorf education for children. Dr. Grupe earned her PhD in Developmental Psychology from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Waldorf School Founder and former class teacher Sheila Rubin talks about the long-term benefits for students who are given a Waldorf education.
In this video, former class teacher and current AWS Marketing Director Opal South speaks about some of the methods Waldorf teachers use to approach teaching all four math processes in Grade 1.