Disruption of Sleep in Children Can Hamper Memory - The BEarth Institute
Waldorf Principle Explored: 3-Day-Rhythm The concept of the 3-day-rhythm in Waldorf education (explained HERE) states that it is important for a child to be able to “sleep on” new ideas and concepts so they can retain what they have learned. This is one reason that lessons are given over a three day period, rather than just one session. The article below illustrates one reason why this method is so effective and important… European Sleep Foundation Sleep disordered breathing can hamper memory processes in children, according to a new study. The research, which will be presented at the Sleep and Breathing Conference (16 April 2015), Continue Reading