Entertainment | Books | September 2009
|Tucson Waldorf School Student Main Lesson Books on Display at Main Library|
Rebecca Briamonte - Tucson Waldorf School
Tucson, AZ - Main lesson books created by the Tucson Waldorf School first through eighth grade students is currently on display in the Children's section of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library located at 101 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, AZ, 520-791-4393. The display is open during regular library hours and ends October 3rd.
The artistic work displayed is only a sample of the written and illustrated texts produced by each student during the course of the school year. The Tucson Waldorf School maintains a vigorous curriculum, rich in math, science, history and the arts. This work prepares students to enter adulthood with self-discipline, independence, mastery of analytical and critical faculties, and reverence for the world's beauty and wonder.
"The children receive developmentally appropriate curriculum which mirrors what is happening physically, mentally and emotionally within them," says Christina Ram, Development Director for the Tucson Waldorf School. "The instructor's job in the realm of teaching is to be creative and innovative in the classroom, recognizing the individual needs of each child and meeting them."
The Tucson Waldorf School will be hosting an Open House and Speaker Presentation, "Waldorf Curriculum as a Living Reflection of the Developing Child" on October 17th from 10am-12pm at the new River Bend Campus located at 3605 E. River Rd.
The Tucson Waldorf School is a non-profit, independent pre-K thru 8th grade school. Waldorf education has an 85-year track record of proven learning techniques supported by research in brain development, kinesthetic learning, and emotional intelligence. For more information, visit TucsonWaldorf.org, email enrollment(at)tucsonwaldorf.org, or call 325-5514.