Waldorf education

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There are Waldorf Schools all over the country, and they have been around for many years. A Waldorf School views the child as developing at their own rates. They believe kids are curious and intuitive and will learn though projects and hands-on activities. You will see a lot of activities where they create, do art, and dramatic play. You also see sewing and knitting in a Waldorf School. Another aspect of a Waldorf School is they often use wood toys. They don't believe in plastic toys, so there are a lot of wood. You will not see electronics at a Waldorf classroom. In the classroom is warm and inviting. It often looks like a home. Natural light is extremely important, the placement of the windows is very important in a Waldorf School.

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Educational Specialist & Executive Director of PEL

Joanna Port is Executive Director of the Parents Education League (PEL) of Los Angeles. She holds a master's degree in Education from Pepperdine University and a master's degree in Social Work from University of Southern California. Before having four children of her own, she worked as a social worker with families and children in residential treatment. After she obtained her teaching credential, she worked as a teacher for four years. Coming back to work as PEL's Executive Director, she is able to combine her degrees and interest in education and children's mental health in her hometown, Los Angeles.

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