Reframing Failure in the Classroom

“Those who take failure not as a first attempt to improve, but instead as a fixed reality, will avoid it at all costs – while those who see failure as a natural part of the learning process and the precursor to intelligence, improvement and growth will become lifelong learners with a deep intrinsic motivation to learn new skills.”

Read the latest Essentials In Education blog post to read why, more than test scores, Waldorf schools emphasize skills like curiosity, self-motivation, resilience, determination and courage.