Glimpses of the Taiwan Waldorf Movement

Here is a short video giving you a picture of the burgeoning Taiwan Waldorf movement. The film features the Ci Xin Waldorf school in Yilan county, during Jamie York’s Waldorf math visit there this spring. The school has 700 students from kindergarten to high school. The kindergarten is on a separate campus and the high school shares a campus with a public high school. The Taiwanese system requires students to take tests in grades 9 and 12, but the Taiwan Waldorf schools do not feel this compromises their ability to bring a rich Waldorf curriculum. The school’s vision is for double-streaming of all grades in the future, and a new campus for the high school, which is already short on space. Enjoy this glimpse into thriving, vital school community.

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