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You’ve probably heard about the Danish concept of hygge. You can read about it here and here (and, it seems, everywhere). We recently came across the hashtag #hyggeschooling and that made us think about how especially in Early Childhood, Waldorf embodies hygge. The social atmosphere and the simplicity of the classroom, the aesthetic pleasure of the scents and sights and sounds, the tea and… Continue reading Is Waldorf “hygge?”
In this series, we have been introducing you every week to a teacher, parent, or student who shares something about why they love Green Meadow and Waldorf Education. Today we hear from Maskit Ronen, Life Sciences teacher in the High School, and mom to four children in the school. The science curriculum in the High… Continue reading Why Waldorf? (Part 3 in a series)
Every week for the next several weeks, we will introduce you to a teacher, parent, or student who will share something about why they love Green Meadow and Waldorf Education. Today we hear from Jaden Laboriel, Grade 2. As you will see as you read below, Jaden is a keen observer and tells it the… Continue reading Why Waldorf? (Part 2 in a series)
This week, we are excited to launch a blog series featuring the perspectives of parents, teachers, and students from across the school. We will hear why they have chosen Waldorf Education, and what it means to them. Stay tuned for weekly posts on this theme through the end of May! Why Waldorf? Week 1 From… Continue reading Why Waldorf? (Part 1 in a series)
Senior Projects finished up on April 6. We have been introducing a senior to you each week in this short blog series. (See our April 14 blog post for the first installment in the series.) This week, I’d like to introduce you to Matt Olson. Matt joined Green Meadow in Sixth Grade, after moving to… Continue reading Senior Projects (Part 2 in a series)