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Video Clips:
Parent Education

May 2016: How To Talk to Your Children about Drugs and Alcohol

"Alcohol and Drug Facts" Slides from Allen Broadman

March 2016: Dr. Sharon Maxwell, It's Time to Have "The Talk"

Length: 1 hour, 27 minutes

November 2015: Dr. Howard C. Stevenson on Promoting Racial Literacy in Schools

Length: 1 hour, 7 minutes

March 2015: The Adolescent Brain and Protecting Your Children Online and with Mobile Devices

Allen Broadman's Presentation

Resources List from Allen Broadman

TEDMED video on the adolescent brain (Clip shown at 3/18/15 event, about 7 minutes)

TEDMED video on the adolescent brain (Full talk, about 17 minutes)

March 2015: Luis Fernando Llosa on Whole Child Sports

(Excerpt length: 17:39)

December 2014: Marnie Goldenberg on Raising Sexually Intelligent Kids in a Hyper-Sexualized World

Length: 1 hour, 2 minutes


Resource links:

Handout #1 from the 12/1/14 event

Handout #2 from the 12/1/14 event

Short video clip Marnie mentioned (a reminder to clarify questions before answering them): What's Virgin Mean?


November 2014: Paula Moraine on The Attention Fix

Length: 52:13



June 2014: Commencement Address by Deborah Schaeffer '01

Video: Nicholas Guldner Productions

February 2014: How Do We All Benefit from a Truly Diverse Learning Community? Intentional Diversity as Academic and Social Excellence

Join Dr. Randolph Carter of the Eastern Education Resource Collaborative as he talks about the re-segregation of school districts across the United States, and the skills we actively, intentionally need to give our children so that they can successfully navigate the rapidly shifting social dynamics in our country. Dr. Carter has a Master's degree from the Graduate School of Education at Harvard University, and works with faculty, staff, students, and parents at Green Meadow and other schools nationwide. Length: 28:51

November 2013: Navigating Through Adolescence

What are the specific challenges of each year in the four years of high school? Veteran GMWS teacher John Wulsin discusses how the Waldorf curriculum supports the healthy growth of the developing human being. Learn how Waldorf teachers work in appropriate ways, so that the right subjects, taught in suitable ways at the right time, can help students navigate through adolescence. Length: 1:19:46

November 2013: Child Development from Birth to Seven

Early Childhood Educators at Green Meadow Waldorf School in Chestnut Ridge, NY discuss the child's development from birth to age 7. Please be patient with the audio at the beginning...it improves! Length: 1:26:58

October 2013: Internet Safety

Join GMWS parent Allen Broadman to learn how to protect your child(ren)online. Length: 30 minutes

October 2013: How Mathematics is Taught in a Waldorf School

Join GMWS Mathematics Teachers Lisa Krogh and Harlan Gilbert for a discussion of how students in the grades and high school learn math, and how the Early Childhood Programs develops pre-math skills. Join GMWS Mathematics Teachers Lisa Krogh and Harlan Gilbert for a discussion of how students in the grades and high school learn math, and how the Early Childhood Programs develops pre-math skills. Length: 52:46

April 2013: Gender Diversity
With Joel Baum

Despite efforts to be inclusive of all students, one basic area of student diversity that schools rarely acknowledge is gender. While many children fit easily and naturally into our culture's binary gender options, others do not. For these children and their families, school represents one of the greatest areas of uncertainty and fear. But gender-inclusive schools and classrooms welcoming all children and teens are within any school community's reach. Join us as we expand our understanding of gender identity and talk about how to teach our children about the gender identity spectrum.

Joel Baum, M.S., is the Director of Education and Training for Gender Spectrum. He has been featured on All Things Considered, in The New York Times and Newsweek, and in various other publications and media.

To borrow a copy of this talk on DVD, please contact Director of Communications and Marketing Vicki Larson at 845.356.2514 x311 or vlarson@gmws.org.

April 2013: Why Should We Talk About Race?
With Dr. Shelly Tochluk

The dominant culture in the United States holds that being "colorblind" is the best way to move past historic and contemporary race issues. But, what if our best intentions were undermined by unintended consequences that come with this stance? If it is true that colorblindness has a significant downside, can we imagine the possibility that our society is ready for an updated approach to race issues?

Dr. Shelly Tochluk is an educator with a background in depth psychology and the author of Witnessing Whiteness: The Need to Talk about Race and How to Do It. Important for all, her presentations reveal the damage that a “colorblind" perspective often unintentionally creates and the benefits that come with being race conscious, including more authentic and trusting relationships across race and a reduction in anxiety when discussing race.

To borrow a copy of this talk on DVD, please contact Director of Communications and Marketing Vicki Larson at 845.356.2514 x311 or vlarson@gmws.org.

March 2013: Nourishing the Capacities to Ponder, Question, and Observe Through the Teaching of Science
With Renate Kurth

January 2013: Introduction to the Lower School

Join Lower School Chair and Class Teacher Elizabeth Hall as she shares insights about the Waldorf curriculum in Grades 1-8. Note: This video refers to slides that are unavailable. We apologize for the inconvenience. Length: 1:27:42

January 2013: First Grade Readiness

Our Early Childhood Educators share a picture of the child's development from ages 1-7, and discuss the six-year-old change. Length 1:30:21.

September 2012: Early Childhood Parent Evening on Media

Faculty and parents discuss the benefits of a media-free childhood, in a presentation by the Media Resource Group. Length: 22:09

February 2012: Farmer and author Joel Salatin at GMWS

Noted farmer and author Joel Salatin (referred to as the "high priest of the pasture" by The New York Times) talks about soil, food, urban planning, sustainability, and the need for a culture of stewardship and individual participation in addressing social issues. Length: 27:30

November 2011: Kim John Payne on Exclusion and Teasing

Sought-after speaker and author of Simplicity Parenting, Kim John Payne speaks to Green Meadow parents and faculty about social inclusion. Length: 13:19

May 2010: The Value of a Waldorf Education

Presented by Patrice Maynard, Director of Outreach for AWSNA (the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America)

Patrice talks to Green Meadow parents and prospective parents about the value and uniqueness of a Waldorf education, our role as parents, and the Waldorf movement across the globe. A sought-after speaker and a parent of three Waldorf graduates, Patrice Maynard, M.Ed., is the leader for Outreach and Development of AWSNA. She was a class teacher as well as a music teacher at Hawthorne Valley School in upstate New York. Ms. Maynard is the parent of three Waldorf graduates. Length: 01:13:33

January 2010: How Reading is Taught in a Waldorf School

Presented by Anna Silber, Director of Education at Sunbridge Institute and former GMWS class teacher. Length: 48:56

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