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  • Lisa Werth

    So your kid made an I movie so???? ? Many kids know how to do that. Does your kid know how to do anything beyond electronics? This is where I see evidence all the time that children don't know things many were learning to do a generation or two ago in things like the scouts, 4-H or even our own parents at home that didn't have their noses in front of a computer screen. I am a nanny who has taught children a wide range of things as work on those government mandated teaching circulums we find in public schools. I see my charges take in things that can be very complex compared to their classmates. Yes they still knew how do powerpoint presentations that they got A's on home movies etc. Going "old school" is time consuming too. I congratulate the Waldorf for doing it.

  • patricia78

    How much does it cost to send a child to the Waldorf school? Can the masses afford it?

    Technology is fine, but there should be limits. Does there need to be a new version of everything every 6 months? Look at the young, obese children (and adults) today. It is sad to see a 2-year old child (or an adult) staring at a video game in their hands. Or children (or adults) with a cell phone attached to their ear, oblivious to anything around them. Just one woman's opinion.