To promote, support and perpetuate Indigenous language, tradition and the wisdom of the Elders through Waldorf education.
Promouvoir, soutenir et maintenir la langue et les traditions autochtones grâce à la pédagogie Waldorf.
So the challenge today is to get back to the original principles of respecting the child and developing a concept of education around the child’s needs, around the child’s rhythms and teaching the child to be responsible, to follow his own talents, his own path and his own direction.
And I believe the system of Waldorf education does that and is open to bring in the languages, the teachings of the elders and the thousands of years of knowledge and traditions of being in harmony with the land, in harmony with each other, because their whole concept of teaching is teaching the child that we are all connected.
To see the complete video of Douglas on Indigenous Waldorf education:
- Waldorf Education For and By First Nations (45 minute video)
- Waldorf Education For and By First Nations (5 minute trailer)
- En français – Cours d’été – L’éducation Waldorf pour et par les Premières nations (5 minutes)
Waldorf is 100 years old – watch the video
Would you like to make a donation?
Donations made to the foundation will aid to finance scholarships for indigenous teachers at Waldorf education training centres and on-site Waldorf training for indigenous communities.
Any donation is appreciated. Thank you!
You can donate through Canada Helps. Just click the button below:
Or you can mail your donation to:
Douglas Cardinal Foundation for Indigenous Waldorf Education
140 Bruyere St.
The Douglas Cardinal Foundation for Indigenous Waldorf Education is registered with Canada Revenue as a charity and will issue tax receipts for donations.
Interested in actively working with us? Join our Google group “Indigenous Steiner/Waldorf Working Group”