Dean Stark was interviewed by Justin Clymo for his “Contacts” podcast.
Take a look: Sacramento Waldorf School was featured in a recent article on the Redfin blog!
We take an experiential and project based approach to science, which engages students and sparks their curiosity. It also gives them skills that will help them be more successful in life and work: exploration, critical thinking, and problem-solving through collaboration.
Want Smarter Kids? Teach Music, Not Coding, According to MIT
The latest neuroscience shows that learning a musical instrument increases brain power.
Insights from neuroscience suggest that arts education can play additional important roles in how children learn.
It’s become increasingly critical that we embrace and embed social and emotional learning (SEL) in both in-school and out-of-school environments.
What does SEL focus on? The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) has established five core competencies
This interview was published in the New York Times on February 28, 2018.
New York Times: Motivation flourishes where students feel autonomous, supported and competent. Our hands-on curriculum and supportive faculty help children become engaged students with a passion for learning.
Education watchers have long known that the relationship with a teacher can be critically important to how well students learn. But emerging research is giving a clearer picture than ever of how teachers can build and leverage strong relationships with their students.
Sacramento Waldorf School graduated its first high school class in 1978, an effort that was led by long-time faculty member, Betty Staley.