Steiner College

Waldorf Education in Canada

The education system that turns today's children into thinkers and innovators of the future.

“Rudolf Steiner schools encourage the values of individuality, freedom, and creativity in the education of our children. Understanding that the world is full of opportunities rather than obstacles enables our children to unfold their maximum potential.”

Rudolf Steiner's Philosophy

About Waldorf Education

Waldorf education is a philosophy of education developed by Rudolf Steiner. It seeks to develop the whole child in an integrated and holistic way. Since its inception, Waldorf education has expanded globally and there are currently over 1,500 schools worldwide which follow this method of teaching.

In a Waldorf school, the subjects are not separated into distinct lessons but instead taught as an interdisciplinary whole. For example, learning how to read might be taught through art and arithmetic with music. In this way, Waldorf education aims to develop each child's creativity, imagination, self-esteem, and ability to think critically through learning in an integrated manner.

Waldorf education is a philosophy of education developed by Rudolf Steiner based on his theory of Anthroposophy. According to Steiner, individuals grow through spiritual teaching as it allows them to develop the skills of clear and truthful thinking..

Waldorf Education

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