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Waldorf’s Brilliant Approach To Teaching Math

Category: Math | Date: 5 July 2016

By Chris and Nicole – proud parents of two children living in a small mountain town in British Columbia, Canada, and authors of the blog http://www.rootparenting.org/   “We believe in an intuitive approach to parenting, getting guidance from childhood development psychologists and other educators who have developed practical principles such as attachment parenting. We started...

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The Teaching of Mathematics

Category: Math | Date: 5 July 2016

By Hans Gebert   Why do we teach mathematics? This question was recently posed in the columns of the Mathematical Gazette, which is the organ of the mathematics teachers in Great Britain. It is indeed a question that must be uppermost in the minds of all teachers, for what we teach and how we teach it can only be decided in the light of the reply to this question. In the article...

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Math and Science in the Kindergarten Waldorf Early Childhood Settings

Category: Math | Date: 5 July 2016

Author: Lisa Gromicko Date published: Unknown Contact details: Contact us tab available on Lifeways website Source: http://www.lifewaysnorthamerica.org/about/newsletters-and-articles/math-and-science-kindergarten-waldorf-early-childhood-settings   Steiner-based, early childhood settings abound with rich opportunities for the development of math and science concepts.  This...

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