The most important thing for which we can prepare a child is the experience of freedom, at the right moment in life, through the understanding of one's own being.

 

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925)

Foundations

August 2016

Being Fully Human - Part III

This is the third and final part of the introduction to a new collection of essays on teaching human sexuality entitled Trailing Clouds of Glory: Essays on Human Sexuality and the Education of Youth in Waldorf Schools, published 2014 by Waldorf Publications at the Research Institute for Waldorf Education in Chatham, NY.[more]

Category: Foundations, Teaching Practice, Gender
August 2016

Being Fully Human - Part II

This is part two of the introduction to a new collection of essays on teaching human sexuality entitled Trailing Clouds of Glory: Essays on Human Sexuality and the Education of Youth in Waldorf Schools, published 2014 by Waldorf Publications at the Research Institute for Waldorf Education in Chatham, NY.[more]

Category: Foundations, Teaching Practice, Gender
August 2016

Being Fully Human - Part I

The following article is taken from the introduction to a new collection of essays on teaching human sexuality entitled Trailing Clouds of Glory: Essays on Human Sexuality and the Education of Youth in Waldorf Schools, published 2014 by Waldorf Publications at the Research Institute for Waldorf Education in Chatham, NY.[more]

Category: Foundations, Teaching Practice, Gender
November 2015

Art and the Integration of Head, Heart and Hand

Art is, according to James, the decisive factor in the learning process, because art is the mediator between perception and physical activity. The brain's structure and the interactions between the various brain regions are explained here, taking Steiner's image of the threefold human being into consideration. Even though James focuses on brain...[more]

Category: Teaching Practice, Arts and Crafts, Foundations
February 2015

How I teach Anthroposophy

Is it at all possible to teach anthroposophy? And what is anthroposophy anyway? A kind of faith? A science? Or rather some sort of lifestyle? Arve Mathisen has been running courses in anthroposophy for trainee teachers for a number of years and here he offers the reader a glimpse into his classes.[more]

Category: Foundations
December 2014

Audrey McAllen’s ’The Extra Lesson’

The origin and source of the Extra Lesson: anthroposophy and Waldorf pedagogy / The archetypal steps of a child’s development / Extra Lesson in relation to general pedagogical approaches and medical therapies / The qualities of Extra Lesson exercises / Educational support lessons / Extra Lesson exercises in the class room[more]

Category: Movement, Foundations
October 2014

Holistic Education - at the Crossing Point of Developmental Streams (Transition - Part Three)

This third and last part of the series “Transitions” focuses on the holistic quality of teaching, particularly in the middle school. In part one Claus-Peter Röh contemplates aspects of the three and four year old child, while in part two he focuses on the nine and ten year old. Part three thus completes the picture with an emphasis on early...[more]

Category: Foundations
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