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- Housatonic Valley Waldorf School 24
- Early childhood education 24
- Waldorf Chronicles 21
- Waldorf100 14
- COVID-19 pandemic 7
- Waldorf education 7
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- Waldorf 4
- Westside Waldorf 3
- Maine Coast Waldorf School 2
- Waldorf School of New Orleans 2
- Brave Voices 1
- 19 more
Deno Japitana (Teacher D) is an educator from the Philippines that promotes peace education for learners in their early childhood. Through his own school, Teacher D's Learning Hub he creates a social change that his community needs in order to...
Westside Waldorf founder Patti Herrmann talks about the origins of the school
Colleagues Erika Watkins (45) and Kate DeRolf (39) describe their experiences as early childhood educators and child care providers in their NorthWest Indiana community. They describe their journeys to their work, and some of the challenges they face, particularly at...
Matisse Silva (Meadowbrook alumnus and Extended Day teacher) talks about what Waldorf education has meant in her life
The Waldorf education
Jerletha McDonald (40) talks with her mentor Valora Washington (66) about her experiences as a child care provider and advocate, including her work alongside and advocating for women of color in the industry.
Brianna Bass, who attended the Detroit Waldorf School for early childhood through the 3rd grades, talks with her class teacher, Melanie Reiser
Best friends from the age of two - hear about their 11 year journey through Waldorf education: “I feel like Waldorf taught you things, but in a deeper way. You really learned something from multiple perspectives. You learned about it,...
Meadowbrook Waldorf School's Amy Lloyd Rippe talks about discovering Waldorf education and the experience of teaching for almost two decades.
Siegfried Finser, now 87 years young, graduated from High Mowing High School in 1950. In this interview - the first of two - Siegfried shares stories of a rascally youth, a questioning teenager and the colors of Chaucer.
Nita Davanzo, alumna of Shining Mountain Waldorf School and Waldorf100 Director, interviews Laurie Clark, early childhood teacher and founder at the Denver Waldorf School, therapeutic support teacher and author about founding a new early childhood support program and more.
Jennie Dalgas (38) and her colleague Jennifer Mickelson (28) discuss their experiences running and working in early childhood education programs. They discuss the circumstances, brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, that led Jennie to close her program, and Jennifer to...
Laura Davis Santa Cruz California interviewed by Cheryle Gail Grace: 2021-05-18 15:43:33 Looking back on a life of writing through the process of CSA and Connection, Challanges, Healing with Mother. Life long learner and emotional growth, being a Mother, Breaking...
One Small Step conversation partners Danelle [No Name Given] (43) and Ann Hawley (45) discuss their shared experiences as educators and the roles that faith, family, and travel play in their lives.
Friends and coworkers Bailey Naber (22) and Rixa Evershed (50) share memories of working at Nature Nurtures Farm, a childcare program in Washington. They discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on their work and what it meant to them to...
Lesley and Isabelle shared with us what they most enjoyed (community!) and got out of Waldorf education (creativity!).
Colleagues Leah Moore (40) and Roshanna Beard (33) talk about their experiences and journeys as educators. They discuss the importance of advocating for their students and families, and remember becoming PBS Kids Early Learning Champions.
Nicole Piper (47) and Jennifer Crouch (43) discuss their roles as directors of child care programs, share how their industry and community has been impacted by COVID-19, and reflect on why they chose early childhood education as their careers.
Friends and colleagues Jennifer Rackliff (38) and Priscilla Acosta (33) discuss how their lives have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and also talk about how tribal communities and the Cherokee Nation in particular have managed child care during the...
Cynthia Siegel describes the process of learning about Waldorf education and being a founder of Meadowbrook Waldorf School.
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.”
Joanne Hurt (55) and her colleague Tammy Mann (56) discuss their work as leaders in the field of equity in early childhood education, how their industry has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, and what has given them hope as...
Lisa Jordan McCarthy talks of the group effort to open Maple Village Waldorf School in Long Beach, California, halfway between established Waldorf schools in Orange County and greater Los Angeles. Lisa touches on keeping the heart of the school through...
In telling the story of the founding of Maine Coast Waldorf High School, David Sloan speaks about the community education needed to take the leap from 8 grades to 12, the beauty of the full, EC through 12 Waldorf curriculum...
Tabitha Jorgenson - now parent of three Meadowbrook Waldorf School alumna, current board member, former admissions director and Latin teacher - describes her first encounter, "peaking in the windows" of Meadowbrook Waldorf School and the 20+ relationship that ensued: growing...