Reference and Resources

On this page you’ll find links to resources on education from a variety of print and online sources. We will post new articles and videos as we find them, so check back often!


New: Podcasts!

If you’re a fan of podcasts and looking to gain insight into Waldorf education and anthroposphy, here are two fun resources:

The Anthroposopher

Exploring anthroposophy in the modern world through interviews, conversations, and explorations. The official podcast of the Anthroposophical Society in America.

Listen to The Anthropospher in Podcasts.

Waldorfy

Ashley Renwick’s “Waldorfy” serves to explore and explain Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy. In most episodes, she discusses topics with a Waldorf teacher, or someone with knowledge about anthroposophy, to deliver accurate, simple, interesting information and explanations.

Listen to Waldorfy in Podcasts.

 


Videos: Waldorf 100

“Waldorf – 100: Becoming” – part three in a series of videos to be released by the Waldorf 100 committee to celebrate 100 years of Waldorf education

“Waldorf – 100: Learn to Change the World, Part 2” – this is the second in a series of videos to be released by the Waldorf 100 committee to celebrate 100 years of Waldorf education

“Waldorf – 100: Learn to Change the World, Part 1” – this newly released film is the first of a planned series of films from The International Waldorf 100 Planning Committee in anticipation of the 2019 celebration of 100 years of Waldorf education.

“Waldorf School Education” – a video explaining the basic philosophy and practices of Waldorf School education by Sprouts, used with permission.


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