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  • The Spiritual Reality of Truth

    Posted by Gabriel2

    In this 20 minute talk I explore (briefly!!) the spiritual reality of truth; the un-truth of political movements inspired by postmodernism; and the paradox of the individual yet universality of the striving toward truth as a spiritual deed. I begin…

  • Electricity & Magnetism

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    More resources for 8th grade! And something different this time. Instead of me writing out the various experiments and information about magnetism and electricity, we are selling a wonderful book plus 8 pages of notes I have written talking the…

  • New! Christopherus language arts gr 7 & 8

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    Arising from years and years of teaching, these materials provide a stimulating, challenging and creative approach to language arts. Each grade’s materials provide a year’s  course of study. Please note that one needs to purchase BOTH the seventh grade AND…

  • My Story is Your Story, Your Story is My Story

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    Perhaps the most important aspects of anthroposophy, the foundation of Waldorf education, are its universalism on the one hand, and its utter respect for the individual on the other. The weaving between these two can seem like a paradox–but therein…

  • Children and Computers

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    Here is a talk–a rather long talk of about 30 minutes–I have recorded on the subject of why computers are not good for children. If one asks ‘is there a need for computers, called for by the universal and therapeutic…

  • Free from Big Tech

    Posted by Gabriel2

    Christopherus is in the process of cutting all ties with Big Tech so-called ‘social’ media. Here is Donna explaining why: https://www.christopherushomeschool.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Goodbye-Facebook.mp3

  • A Goethean ‘Sense-Walk’

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    Our new self-study course is all about looking at the world from new perspectives; nurturing one’s senses and observations; delving into one’s ‘stuckness’ so one can become the homeschooling parent one wants to be. Through self development exercises, artistic work…

  • Michaelmas thoughts

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    Starting on 29 September, Michaelmas Day, we can live into the reality of the four-week period of Michaelmas, a time to gather inner courage as we face the darkening days ahead. In a time when many can feel that life…

  • Feedback Regarding Computer Use in Waldorf Schools

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    Last month I wrote an impassioned plea to Waldorf teachers to please stop and consider other ways to work with their classes during this time of shut-down and  distancing regulations. I got quite a lot of feedback, some of which…

  • A Plea to Waldorf Teachers

    Posted by Donna Simmons

    a Michael imagination by David Newbatt Dear Waldorf Teachers, I am writing to you as a colleague and friend, a former Waldorf student, teacher and parent, and present Waldorf educator mainly focused on homeschoolers. I write because I am shocked…

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