Would you like Earthschooling to be part of your Waldorf school, public school, private school, or Waldorf inspired charter school curriculum? Earthschooling works with many teachers and schools around the world.
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Additional Schools We Work With
All schools listed below are listed in alphabetical order and in the United States unless indicated otherwise after the name of the school…
FAQs for Charter Schools, Public Schools and Private Schools
Some frequently asked questions we get about Earthschooling from schools are…
Question: Does Earthschooling fulfill the core standard requirements for my state or region?
Answer: Yes, we provide core standard charts for your state or region upon your request. Some samples are included below:Second Grade Core Standards for Ontario, Canada Fourth Grade Core Standards for Wisconsin, USA Fifth & Sixth Grade Grade Core Science Standards for Iowa, USA Sixth Grade Grade Core Standards for Alberta, Canada Second Grade Grade Core Standards for Alberta, Canada Kindergarten Regional Requirements (Core Standards) for NSW, Australia First Grade Regional Requirements (Core Standards) for NSW, Australia
Question: Does Earthschooling provide lessons by certified teachers?
Answer: Yes, our lessons and tutorials are created by certified teachers. You can meet them on our staff page. In addition, a certified Waldorf teacher is available online weekly to reply to member questions in our live forum. We also offer direct tutoring opportunities with some of our teachers.
Question: Is Earthschooling a religious curriculum?
Answer: Earthschooling is a secular curriculum. Any religious references made in our curriculum are made for historical or cultural reasons. Even then, we always provide alternative lessons if teachers do not want to study certain historical topics.
Question: What is Earthschooling?
Answer: Earthschooling is a secular Waldorf curriculum that is a complete but flexible educational curriculum based on learning from nature, real-life experience, natural rhythms, hands-on activities, storytelling, painting and handwork with natural fibers. Earthschooling uses the Waldorf curriculum as a framework and thus it includes lesson plans, instructional videos, and core curriculum created by certified Waldorf teachers and fulfills all the requirements of a Waldorf education. However, Earthschooling goes beyond what other Waldorf homeschooling curriculum providers offer by including curriculum correspondence with core standards for your location as well as a full range of teacher support tutorials including Eurythmy lessons.
Question: How does Earthschooling compare to other curricula?
Answer: You can see comparison charts and a short video on this page HERE.
From the Grace Holistic Center for Education Website
FROM A HAPPY WALDORF TEACHER