Lindsey Earle completed her Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in elementary education and special education from the University of Wisconsin Whitewater, receiving her Wisconsin State teaching license. Lindsey has attended Waldorf lower grades trainings at The Rudolf Steiner College in Sacramento, CA and Kimberton Hills, PA.
Lindsey is a graduate of Prairie Hill Waldorf School and has taught at the school in varying capacities since 2009.
Lindsey feels that Waldorf education provides the children with a curriculum that meets their needs on their own time. She loves that each grade is carefully crafted so that the children continue to find wonder and beauty in the world, and that upon graduation from the school they can move forth in the world with a sense of purpose.
"A central objective of Waldorf teaching is to create a sense of wonder about each subject, even math." -Todd Oppenheimer, The Atlantic
Prairie Hill Waldorf School is committed to excellence in academics. The Waldorf approach aligns with current educational theory that learning should be age appropriate and multi-sensory, acquired not only through sight and sound, but also through touch, movement, imagination, and feeling. Students receive a comprehensive education that not only engages the intellect, but the whole child through head, heart and hands – an education that integrates the artistic and creative with the scientific and intellectual study.