Waldorf education and Rudolf Steiner’s teaching philosophy is often found in mainstream media. References to Waldorf education and the pedagogical and developmental principles underlying Waldorf education can be found in the following videos, media outlets, and articles,. Learn how Waldorf teaching principles, practiced for almost 100 years, are being recognized throughout the world.

Videos:

CNN:

CNN’s Dan Simon reports on a school that uses a no-technology approach and how it’s attractive to high-tech parents.

CNBC:

Inside the tech-free school where high-tech parents are sending their kids.

NBC:

Are we designing apps or people? How Tech Addiction Hijacked Our Brains | NBC Left Field

NBC Today Show:

An entire generation of kids is growing up with social media, and it’s affecting them in more ways than most think. NBC’s Jacob Soboroff speaks with students at Journey School in Aliso Viejo, CA, who are studying the effects of their smartphone use on their daily wellbeing, as well as their privacy, in their Cyber Civics classes.

Ted Talks:

Psychologist Adam Alter studies how much time people spend on screens and whether screen time affects happiness. He talks about how Waldorf schools and high-tech executives are mindful about screentime for children.

The Simpsons:

Articles:

Waldorf Publications: 2018 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School recognition

New York Times: For Forest Kindergartners, Class is Back to Nature, Rain or Shine

CNN: The Rise of Alternative Education in China Waldorf Schools in high demand in China

Huffington Post:
Teaching the Whole Child: Waldorf Schools and Exemplary Teacher Engagement
Big Sean Talks Growing Up In Detroit, Being ‘Finally Famous’, and Waldorf’s influence

NY Times: Discussing the lack of computers in Silicon Valley Waldorf school

CBS News: Ken Chenault on leadership and success at American Express

The Carmel Sandpiper: Increased screen time overwhelming for today’s teens