Rudolf Steiner Centre,
Canada's foremost centre for Waldorf teacher training and adult
programs based on the work of Rudolf Steiner.
The premier site for Waldorf homeschoolers, this website is devoted
to resources, original articles, consumer reviews and links for
Waldorf homeschooling. In the words of the site's owner, the website
offers "an accessible, practical, non-dogmatic homage to Rudolf
Steiner's Waldorf educational philosophy." This site also contains a
link to the first and most active email list devoted to Waldorf
Waldorf Without Walls
The website of Waldorf homeschooling consultant Barbara Dewey. Barbara
offers private consultation to Waldorf homeschoolers and offers workshops
around the country. Her publications on teaching form drawing, mathematics,
watercolour painting and other subjects in the home, are also available
from her website.
Waldorf Schools Association of Ontario
(WSAO) WSAO operates a bookstore (located inside the Rudolf Steiner
Centre in Toronto) which is one of the best Canadian sources for books
on Waldorf education and anthroposophy. Membership in WSAO offers access
to a small lending library and resource centre which is located inside
Bob and Nancy
Bob Lathe and Nancy Parsons, translaters of Steiner and devotees of Waldorf
education and all things anthroposophical, have built a site rich in articles
and other resources. This site also contains a link to the biggest email
list devoted to Waldorf schooling.
WaldorfWorld A sister
site to Bob and Nancy, this site contains hundreds of links and listings
for information related to Waldorf education, including Waldorf homeschooling.
Alliance for Childhood
The Alliance for Childhood is a partnership of individuals and organizations
committed to fostering and respecting each child's inherent right to a
healthy, developmentally appropriate childhood. One of the driving forces
in this group is the wonderful child advocate and Waldorf teacher, Joan
Almon. The website contains the full text of their report, "Fool's Gold:
A Critical Look at Computers in Childhood", as well as other articles.
A mail order catalogue for Waldorf Homeschoolers available through
Andrea Graham at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 613-386-1869.
Waldorf school supplies including main lesson books (blank), stockmar
crayons and paints, Lyra pencil crayons, painting paper and more. By mail,
contact Joe O'Hearn, 4294
Faulkner Ave., Newmarket, Ontario, L3Y 4W1, or email your orders or questions
c/o Lucie Smoker www.wonderhs.com