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How do we ensure that our children, our students, are prepared to succeed in a rapidly evolving world? That question inspires Waldorf educators across the world. And our answer is: range. ...
Date: June 1, 2020 Time: 6-7pm Location: Zoom or live stream Denver Waldorf School hosted its 2nd virtual Town Hall with School Director Kelly Church and Dream Team Faculty Panel about our plans for next year and to celebrate this school year. Video Recording For those who couldn't attend live, enjoy our zoom recording below. ...
When students at The Denver Waldorf School are asked what they love about their education, they often comment that they treasure their close relationships with teachers. They are full of gratitude to be surrounded by caring, dedicated and inspiring teachers. Our Teacher Spotlight series highlights a new teacher each month. Let's get to know David Johnson...
A peek into our curriculum and remote learning. We never imagined that our school would have to — temporarily — close its physical doors. Classrooms, the festival hall, the playground, the gymnasium — filled with the sound of happy and enthusiastic children — are now silent. But we are not silent. We are adaptive. We are creative. We are resilient. We are The Denver Waldorf School....
There’s no time like the present to revisit the wisdom of two DWS moms in creating rhythm and traditions in the home....
Waldorf window stars have long been a favorite way to brighten our classrooms and homes. This is an activity that can be shared easily with little hands to bring happiness to our homes and community! Below we share this simple Waldorf window start tutorial with your families....
When students at The Denver Waldorf School are asked what they love about their education, they often comment that they treasure their close relationships with teachers. They are full of gratitude to be surrounded by caring, dedicated and inspiring teachers. Our Teacher Spotlight series highlights a new teacher each month. Let's get to know Mariko Murase....
Waldorf’s approach to athletics fits within a broader movement to reclaim youth sports for what they once were and always should have been: fun, communal and participatory. There are no tryouts or cuts, even through high school. Instead, each athlete is inspired to reach their highest potential, contributing to the team through enthusiasm, hard work, grace, and resilience. Every athlete has their place on our teams....
Research on brain development continues to show the value of storytelling especially in those early years. When the child hears a story, their brain is engaged in imagining the characters and landscapes. This activity of imagining supports brain development that is necessary for the ability to do math, compose essays, critical thinking and many of the things we hope our children's education will provide. The simple act of storytelling, which is so much a part of Waldorf education, is vital to healthy development....