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One Small Step conversation partners Diane Brown (57) and Loren "Brad" Armstrong (74) talk about their views around different topics, like representation, influences, and current political policies.
A conversation between Katie Lahiff, founder of the school's popular early childhood program Wiggleworms, and Erin Flynn, Old Town School Children's Program Manager. The two talk about their beginnings at the school, the joy of sharing music and movement with...
Climate resilience in the early years is a focus for us here in the RMI. The work this entails is important so how can we bring existing work the government has done to upcoming projects for the more vulnerable in...
How sweet it is: four Waldorf kindergarten/early childhood teachers reflect on their experiences
The Waldorf education
Mom & Daughter talk about how they found WSSD and the journey from 1st grade through 12th!
An interview with the Program Director of the Erikson/DCFS Early Childhood Project, Andria Goss.
Mom and dad interview early childhood and advice.
Interview describing early childhood education experiences, popular toys, and how technology can be used in classrooms.
Library coworkers talk about life’s experiences.
Rose talked about her parents, siblings and early life on the farm and she talked about her grade school experiences
Her early childhood. We also talked about what she went through throughout her ears on this earth.
Amy was raised in a mountain community of southern China surrounded by nature. Her introduction to Waldorf philosophy was in 2006 while attending college. Her passion and strong desire to work with children in education led her to a job...
Athina talks about her early childhood and what her late taught her.