Waldorf Education Resources

Learn more about the Waldorf education movement

Waldorf Informational Links


Association of Waldorf School of North America (AWSNA) – The Association of Waldorf School Of North America (AWSNA) is a wonderful resource to dive further in to Why Waldorf Works; providing articles, testimonials, research and opportunities to further bring Waldorf education into your home.

Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN) – The mission of the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN) is to foster a new cultural impulse for the work with the young child from pre-birth to age seven. WECAN is committed to nurturing childhood as a foundation for renewing human culture.

AWSNA Waldorf 100 Resources

Waldorf Chronicles – Story Corps Archives of interviews from Waldorf Schools.

Waldorf Today – A wonderful website full of Articles, job listings, artwork gallery, and many enriching resources.

Anthroposophy.org – Anthroposophical Society of America. Articles, Webinars, and inspiration.

the Simplicity Parenting Podcast – with Kim John Payne

Online Waldorf Library

Learn to Change The World Film Series:

Part One: This first “Learn to Change the World” film shows people from around the world who work on the big pedagogical tasks of our time based on Waldorf/Steiner pedagogy demonstrates and celebrates Waldorf schools in action.

Part Two: After the great success of part 1 of our film “Learn to Change the World”, the second part deals with encounter, engagement and inclusion: learning that goes beyond merely accumulating information can be understood as an individual way to seek the truth. One focus is the encounter across social, religious and ethnic barriers, as exemplified by the Oakland Community School for Creative Education, located in a social focus point in California, a Jewish-Arabic Kindergarten and the Parzival School Center in Karlsruhe.

Part Three: On the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of Waldorf Education, Waldorf 100 and the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE) are pleased to present a film about early childhood today in the mirror of different cultures worldwide. “Becoming…” is the third in a series of short films directed by award-winning
documentary filmmaker Paul Zehrer which provide an insight into Waldorf Education in the most diverse cultural, social, religious and economic conditions around the globe.

Association Of Waldorf Schools Of North America-AWSNA: Waldorf schools accrediting organization. A vast website for information, history, articles, news, webinars, and more.