It sounded insane, and interesting at the same time, so I looked into it, and into it, and into it and decided that it is a lot like unschooling, except not at all... as it is too rigid. Yes, rigid unschooling would be the best way for me to describe it. Then there is the fact that it is linked to an occult like religion (in it's founding) and there are a lot of disgruntled ex-Waldorf families.
But that's beside the point. I didn't have to research (though I did) to know what felt wrong at first glance. The fact is that any movement, educational or otherwise that tries to eliminate an important segment of society (in this case technology) is just wrong. Besides that, all the other stuff, like not reading or writing in the younger grades, and Legos being bad is just
I don't see any math in this geometry presentation.
Meanwhile, many homeschoolers now ascribe to a Waldorf homeschool education. Fortunately, most have adapted it to their own needs.
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