Transformando pequeños en gigantes
Inspirados en la Pedagogía Waldorf

The New York Times sparked national media coverage with its front page story on why Silicon Valley parents are turning to Waldorf education. This film, created by the Waldorf School of the Peninsula, picks up where that story left off. “Preparing for Life” takes viewers inside the School where the focus is on developing the … Leer más

Familia Trinus

Reading time: 3 minutes Written by Miss Petersen, Main Educator of Grades in Trinus   A question we get asked a lot at Trinus is: “How will my child cope with the move from a traditional system to Trinus?”   In answer to this question I would like to share: A picture of what your … Leer más

Written by Cassandra Escobar, Trinus co-founder   In Class 6 our students learn business economics and then put these skills into practice by starting and running their own business!  It is an amazing way to teach our students about how our society functions.  It is also an opportunity for them to learn that when we … Leer más

down syndrome in guatemala

Written by Rocio Colina, President of 502 Down Syndrome   In Guatemala, we lack options of schools with inclusive education. There are only a few schools that are open to inclusion, even though education is a human right of every child, regardless of his or her capacities.   In some cases schools are willing to … Leer más

bilingual child

Reading time: 4 minutes Author Bio: Cristin Howard runs Smart Parent Advice, a site that provides parenting advice for moms and dads. Cristin writes about all of the different ups and downs of parenting, provides solutions to common challenges, and reviews products that parents need to purchase.   It can be challenging to help your … Leer más

Children singing

By Amanda Jones, Trinus Educator The long contended phrase goes that “Music makes you smarter.” Is this true to some degree? Is it true at all? It’s more easy to believe this about some types of music more than other types of music.  This is evidenced by the popularity of playing certain classical music for … Leer más

Written by Cristin Howard from Smart Parents Advice Children get bored easily, and keeping them entertained can be hard work. Great games for kids can spike up a birthday party with friends. In a family setting, they can also create special moments and fantastic memories for years to come. Regardless of your child’s age, you … Leer más

Article written by The Waldorf School of Philadelfia “In these secret places, children develop and control environments of their own and enjoy freedom from the rules of the adult world.” Educational and environmental psychologists, along with educators in the field, have taken a keen interest in fort building. It’s a constant presence in early and … Leer más


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