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Waldorf 100: Learn to Change the World

Celebrate 100 years of Waldorf Education worldwide in 2019!

 

The Waldorf School of Atlanta celebrates Waldorf education’s 100th anniversary during the 2019-20 school year with a centennial celebration and several centennial-themed events and initiatives, such as a speaker series, workshops, and service projects throughout the year. Along with a special one-day centennial celebration, we join other Waldorf schools worldwide engaging in social and environmental projects that demonstrate our regional and international interconnectedness and shared values of Waldorf education around the world.

 

We invite you to join these centennial celebrations and initiatives, globally and locally.

Events and Celebrations – WSA proudly joins over 1,100 Waldorf schools in 80 countries for the worldwide celebration of “Waldorf 100: Learn to Change the World” on Sept 19, 2019. Mark your calendars and plan to join us!

 

Waldorf Chronicles - Story Corps Archives of interviews from Waldorf Schools, including our very own faculty!

 

100 Windows Into Waldorf Instagram campaign - For 100 days leading up to the 100-year anniversary celebration on September 19th, WSA and other Waldorf schools across North America are participating in this social media campaign to highlight the unique aspects of the Waldorf educational experience. Check out WSA's Instagram! Waldorf supporters, parents, alumni, and friends are welcomed and encouraged to participate! Simply use the hashtags: #Waldorf100 and #Waldorf100Windows

 

Green Bee Wildlife Web - Creating pollinator gardens, biodynamic practices, beekeeping workshop.

 

Hand in Hand - Community engagement/service to positively impact our surrounding community.

 

 
 
Learn To Change The World Film Series
This beautifully produced film series celebrates the 100th anniversary of Waldorf education around the world and aims to provide keen insight into Waldorf education across many cultures and countries.
Part One: Learning To Change The World
The first film shows people from around the world who work on the big pedagogical tasks of our time based on Waldorf/Steiner pedagogy demonstrates and celebrates Waldorf schools in action.
Part Two: Learning To Change The World
The second film addresses encounter, engagement and inclusion: learning that goes beyond merely accumulating information can be understood as an individual way to seek the truth. One focus is the encounter across social, religious and ethnic barriers.
Part Three: Becoming
This is the third film in this series and focuses on Early Childhood and Waldorf Education, providing an insight into the inclusive diversity under the most diverse cultural, social, religious and economic conditions around the globe. No age has a deeper impact on the whole of life than the first years of childhood.
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