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Frank Levy was a teacher, coach, and children's theater director. He began directing at age 10 and them spent the next 60 years perfecting his Magnificent Theater.
We talked about what it was like for her in the past and the significance of certain things that have happened around her.
Lynda Law Wilson (age 71) interviewed her granddaughter, Helen Casiday (age 20) about important life lessons that Helen has learned, and also about her experience with the Coronavirus pandemic.
I interviewed my grandmother to tell her back story on her cooking experience.
This interview is about how my father life went. Going from his childhood to his profession.
we talked about memories. we also talked a lot about what life used to be like.
I interviewed my mom and we talked about various parts of her life. We talked about important events that have affected her, school life, and any advice that she’d liked to give.
I interview my mother about her memories of Pontchartrain Beach amusement park.
We spoke about my mom’s life in New Orleans, and in Peru. Then we spoke about my life in Orange County and how mom and I have seen OC change!
SF black, gay elder shares his life story with his friend and neighbor.
Lesley has been a Waldorf classroom teacher, but her most notable accomplishment at WSNO is our beloved library, which she built from nothing. Find out how she did it.
As Zigrid explains, a life story is a collection of events formed by experience that mold our thoughts and impressions. Her father shares his experience as a young boy running free on a farm in Latvia, escaping Latvia by ship,...
We met outdoors for our interview because our school is bursting at the seams! Amy shared her experiences as a founding Waldorf parent and her thoughts on how she meshes her Judaism with Waldorf education.
Anda Grinbergs Howe left Latvia in 1944 and eventually went to the USA with the help of the Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services.
Personal account of hurricane Katrina and the aftermath in New Orleans, Louisiana.
A veteran teacher discovers Waldorf education: “ My best advice for my students would be to keep your imagination open to learning new things so that you can always be an enthusiastic learner.”