Waldorf science curriculum is an amazing example of experiential, project-based learning. Students set up their own demonstrations, and use of all their senses to observe a phenomenon - recording their observations, discussing and asking questions - before the phenomenon is explained to them. They also draw on their past experiences of the natural world and a keen sense of wonder, which the Waldorf method has cultivated since early childhood. This helps students to develop a sense of themselves as scientists, and to see science as an alive and constantly evolving learning opportunity. Who knows what they will discover next?
Check out our YouTube channel to view our 2018 Science Showcase, courtesy of Ms. Bradley's 8th Grade and Mr. Lucas's 7th and 8th Grades.
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