May 5
2015

From Screen Space to Green Space

Connecting classrooms with technology may be starving children of a connection with the world they live in and studies cited in the NACC’s Call to Action claim that schools now leave less time for “investigating and learning through activities that build on a child’s sense of wonder, curiosity, and the benefit of first-hand experiences.” There is an alternative. Waldorf Education. A real alternative to the false notion of having to choose between nature and learning, play and academics.

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Feb 5
2015

The No Blame Approach to Resolving Social Difficulty

The No Blame Approach, in which a child is never labeled nor stigmatized. Rather than viewing a social difficulty as an isolated issue between the parties and placing blame, the community diffuses the stress on the individual by embracing the problem with a full shoulder of support. None of us could argue the need for support, whether we ask for it or not, and no matter what our child’s needs are or how our family is structured.

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