Two studies point to the power of teacher-student relationships to boost learning

Posted On: 5/24/2018 12:31 PM

Classroom of elementary students holding hands in a circle listening to teacher"One economist found that platooning might be harming kids and two other economists found that looping is quite beneficial. The reason one doesn’t work and the other does may be related."

Waldorf education loops - and not just two years in a row. Waldorf teachers ideally remain with their class grades 1-8 - and many class teachers actually do. Thus, the benefits of teacher-student relationships develop into teacher-student-family-community relationships - across the entire primary/middle school experience.

Read more at The Hechinger Report - May 21, 2018
Photo credit: DaVinci Waldorf School


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