The American Waldorf School: The Influence of a German Pedagogy on American Living and Learning
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The effective curriculum of the Waldorf Schools in America are based off of the German pedagogy developed by philosopher Rudolf Steiner. The work of Steiner can be seen through the unconventional life and learning styles of the Waldorf students. Former Waldorf students tend to carry self-confidence, respect for others and their surroundings, and the enjoyment of lifelong learning. Their attitudes and lifestyles represent a part of German culture brought to America through the pedagogy and philosophy of the German Waldorf Schools. the American Waldorf Schools integrated and adapted the pedagogy to fit and benefit learning in America.
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