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Burlington, an educator in Ontario, is racing to equip their classrooms with the latest highs
The school of Halton Waldorf is building a different path.
You can't find any computers and smart boards here.
You can't see a phone or tablet.
Instead, private primary schools close to upper middle school and Appleby Line rely on simpler AIDS --
Pencil, paper and exercise book
Finish the work.
The children don't seem to mind.
11-"it focuses on what you can do without technology . "year-
Old Ellie Goodman, one of the school's 176 students.
"You can teach yourself nothing without these things.
"To low
Technology teaching is not the only difference.
The school's philosophy also sets it apart.
Now that Holden Waldorf is 26 years old, he not only wants students to succeed academically.
It also seeks to develop creative and practical skills through courses that are appropriate for children's development needs.
For example, for kindergarten students, this means that there is no academic course.
Instead, teachers develop imagination through art, games and other hands --on activities.
This unique approach is based on the belief of Austrian scholar Rudolf Steiner, who established the first Waldorf school in 1919 in Stuttgart, Germany, for the children of Waldorf workers
Waldorf cigarette factory.
His teaching supports the value of educating the whole child --
Intelligence, body and spirit.
At Holden Waldorf, Steiner's approach is put into practice in every corner.
Take the classroom of Lylli Anthon as an example. The classroom is located in a ventilated, asymmetrical place on the upper floor of the school.
Surrounded by bright walls and encyclopedias
Her eighth grade students sit on the shelf and learn chemical compounds by touching, tasting and smelling instead of textbooks.
At the same time, on campus, the third-year students carefully piled the stones in a cylinder, creating an outdoor wood --
Pizza oven-
The gift they gave to the school
The advantage of this tactile teaching approach, Anthon says, is that it allows students to learn from experience.
"They didn't learn from the definition," she said. "in a way, that's how the world is.
"While Steiner's educational style has strong and focused international followers, it's interesting that these include children of some of the top tech masters in Silicon Valley, but not without critics.
For example, some education experts say that in the absence of modern teaching tools, such as computers, students cannot be fully prepared for Labor or higher education.
"Technology is changing the way students learn and the way they engage with the world," said Catherine Fafu, chairman of the Ontario Public School Board Association . ".
"We have to respond to these emerging trends.
The Waldorf experience is not cheap either.
In Halton, a student's tuition will return a family to more than $12,000 a year.
Nevertheless, for parents like Michaela Deathe, the investment is worth it.
"I love the lessons and the environment and how to treat the children," said the mother of the two children . ".
Diou's child
Sequoia 10 and raochland 8-
Commute to school every day from Hamilton.
Before grade one, both children went to Westdale children's school.
An inspired kindergarten in the West End.
For Dith, this education is more like a traditional school where she grew up in the Czech Republic.
She admitted that when she immigrated to North America at the age of 24, she found the lifestyle "very busy ".
"From a very young age, children have been under pressure academically," she said . ".
"I don't think they have a chance to have a real childhood.
That's why it attracted me.
"Tpecoskie @ thespec. com905-526-
3368 | @ TeriatTheSpecBURLINGTON, an educator in Ontario, competes to equip their classrooms with the latest Heights
The school of Halton Waldorf is building a different path.
You can't find any computers and smart boards here.
You can't see a phone or tablet.
Instead, private primary schools close to upper middle school and Appleby Line rely on simpler AIDS --
Pencil, paper and exercise book
Finish the work.
The children don't seem to mind.
11-"it focuses on what you can do without technology . "year-
Old Ellie Goodman, one of the school's 176 students.
"You can teach yourself nothing without these things.
"To low
Technology teaching is not the only difference.
The school's philosophy also sets it apart.
Now that Holden Waldorf is 26 years old, he not only wants students to succeed academically.
It also seeks to develop creative and practical skills through courses that are appropriate for children's development needs.
For example, for kindergarten students, this means that there is no academic course.
Instead, teachers develop imagination through art, games and other hands --on activities.
This unique approach is based on the belief of Austrian scholar Rudolf Steiner, who established the first Waldorf school in 1919 in Stuttgart, Germany, for the children of Waldorf workers
Waldorf cigarette factory.
His teaching supports the value of educating the whole child --
Intelligence, body and spirit.
At Holden Waldorf, Steiner's approach is put into practice in every corner.
Take the classroom of Lylli Anthon as an example. The classroom is located in a ventilated, asymmetrical place on the upper floor of the school.
Surrounded by bright walls and encyclopedias
Her eighth grade students sit on the shelf and learn chemical compounds by touching, tasting and smelling instead of textbooks.
At the same time, on campus, the third-year students carefully piled the stones in a cylinder, creating an outdoor wood --
Pizza oven-
The gift they gave to the school
The advantage of this tactile teaching approach, Anthon says, is that it allows students to learn from experience.
"They didn't learn from the definition," she said. "in a way, that's how the world is.
"While Steiner's educational style has strong and focused international followers, it's interesting that these include children of some of the top tech masters in Silicon Valley, but not without critics.
For example, some education experts say that in the absence of modern teaching tools, such as computers, students cannot be fully prepared for Labor or higher education.
"Technology is changing the way students learn and the way they engage with the world," said Catherine Fafu, chairman of the Ontario Public School Board Association . ".
"We have to respond to these emerging trends.
The Waldorf experience is not cheap either.
In Halton, a student's tuition will return a family to more than $12,000 a year.
Nevertheless, for parents like Michaela Deathe, the investment is worth it.
"I love the lessons and the environment and how to treat the children," said the mother of the two children . ".
Diou's child
Sequoia 10 and raochland 8-
Commute to school every day from Hamilton.
Before grade one, both children went to Westdale children's school.
An inspired kindergarten in the West End.
For Dith, this education is more like a traditional school where she grew up in the Czech Republic.
She admitted that when she immigrated to North America at the age of 24, she found the lifestyle "very busy ".
"From a very young age, children have been under pressure academically," she said . ".
"I don't think they have a chance to have a real childhood.
That's why it attracted me.
"Tpecoskie @ thespec. com905-526-
3368 | @ TeriatTheSpecBURLINGTON, an educator in Ontario, competes to equip their classrooms with the latest Heights
The school of Halton Waldorf is building a different path.
You can't find any computers and smart boards here.
You can't see a phone or tablet.
Instead, private primary schools close to upper middle school and Appleby Line rely on simpler AIDS --
Pencil, paper and exercise book
Finish the work.
The children don't seem to mind.
11-"it focuses on what you can do without technology . "year-
Old Ellie Goodman, one of the school's 176 students.
"You can teach yourself nothing without these things.
"To low
Technology teaching is not the only difference.
The school's philosophy also sets it apart.
Now that Holden Waldorf is 26 years old, he not only wants students to succeed academically.
It also seeks to develop creative and practical skills through courses that are appropriate for children's development needs.
For example, for kindergarten students, this means that there is no academic course.
Instead, teachers develop imagination through art, games and other hands --on activities.
This unique approach is based on the belief of Austrian scholar Rudolf Steiner, who established the first Waldorf school in 1919 in Stuttgart, Germany, for the children of Waldorf workers
Waldorf cigarette factory.
His teaching supports the value of educating the whole child --
Intelligence, body and spirit.
At Holden Waldorf, Steiner's approach is put into practice in every corner.
Take the classroom of Lylli Anthon as an example. The classroom is located in a ventilated, asymmetrical place on the upper floor of the school.
Surrounded by bright walls and encyclopedias
Her eighth grade students sit on the shelf and learn chemical compounds by touching, tasting and smelling instead of textbooks.
At the same time, on campus, the third-year students carefully piled the stones in a cylinder, creating an outdoor wood --
Pizza oven-
The gift they gave to the school
The advantage of this tactile teaching approach, Anthon says, is that it allows students to learn from experience.
"They didn't learn from the definition," she said. "in a way, that's how the world is.
"While Steiner's educational style has strong and focused international followers, it's interesting that these include children of some of the top tech masters in Silicon Valley, but not without critics.
For example, some education experts say that in the absence of modern teaching tools, such as computers, students cannot be fully prepared for Labor or higher education.
"Technology is changing the way students learn and the way they engage with the world," said Catherine Fafu, chairman of the Ontario Public School Board Association . ".
"We have to respond to these emerging trends.
The Waldorf experience is not cheap either.
In Halton, a student's tuition will return a family to more than $12,000 a year.
Nevertheless, for parents like Michaela Deathe, the investment is worth it.
"I love the lessons and the environment and how to treat the children," said the mother of the two children . ".
Diou's child
Sequoia 10 and raochland 8-
Commute to school every day from Hamilton.
Before grade one, both children went to Westdale children's school.
An inspired kindergarten in the West End.
For Dith, this education is more like a traditional school where she grew up in the Czech Republic.
She admitted that when she immigrated to North America at the age of 24, she found the lifestyle "very busy ".
"From a very young age, children have been under pressure academically," she said . ".
"I don't think they have a chance to have a real childhood.
That's why it attracted me.
"Tpecoskie @ thespec. com905-526-
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