In this article Kristie Karima Burns, MH, ND of www.TheWaldorfChannel.com writes about the impact of television on students from the viewpoints of Waldorf pedagogy as well as recent neurological and behavioral research.
So what did Steiner have to say about television? Nothing. There were no televisions in his time. But, he said enough about early childhood education that we can surmise what his views on the tube would have been.
These reasons center on Steiner’s view of the astral body, imagination and the way a child learns.