In this first episode of Waldorfy I speak with veteran handwork teacher Glynn Graham. Glynn has twenty five years of experience as a Waldorf handwork teacher and four years as a class teacher.
Within this first part of my two episode exploration of “What is Waldorf Education?”, Glynn first discusses the founding of Waldorf education and the first Waldorf school. She then goes into more depth on the Waldorf approach. We talk about what “head, hearts, and hands” really means in relation to Waldorf, she and speaks about what really distinguishes Waldorf education for a more traditional approach.
EDIT: I mention in introducing Glynn in this episode that her husband helped found the first CSA in America the “Wilton Temple Community Farm”, but it’s actually called the “Temple Wilton Community Farm”.