Steiner/Waldorf schools change the world
The first Waldorf school was founded in Stuttgart in 1919. Today there are over 1,100 Waldorf schools and almost 2,000 Waldorf kindergartens in some 80 countries around the globe. The Waldorf 100 movement is working to further develop Waldorf education for contemporary times, and to focus more consciously on its global dimensions. Many exciting projects on all continents are in the works! Keep your ears and eyes open, and be part of the movement: 100 years are just the beginning!
The film “Learn to Change the World” shows people from around the world who work on the big pedagogical tasks of our time based on Waldorf/Steiner pedagogy. It is the first of a series which aims to show concrete approaches to these tasks. For further information, go to Waldorf 100.
After the great success of part 1 “Learn to Change the World”, part 2 deals with encounter, engagement and inclusion: learning that goes beyond merely accumulating information can be understood as an individual way to seek the truth.
“Becoming…” is the third in a series of short films directed by award-winning documentary filmmaker, Paul Zehrer, which provide insight into Waldorf education in diverse cultural, social, religious and economic conditions around the globe.