For what is really the most inwardly beautiful thing in the world? Surely it is the growing, developing human being.

 

Rudolf Steiner, Human Values in Education, Lecture X

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August 2017

Engaging (or not) with community

Neil Boland suggests that we scrutinize time, place and community. Does everyone experience a sense of belonging within the school? Which communities are represented in school? Does the curriculum reflect every community or only the European middle class? In his third and final article Neil encourages us to look closely: How diverse is the school...[more]

Cat: Teaching Practice, Culture, Self Development
July 2017

Radish or Barbie?

The boom in 'Waldorf Dolls' raises questions about the significance of these types of dolls. Philipp Reubke, senior Waldorf kindergarten teacher and member of the International Association of Waldorf Kindergartens (IASWECE) asks, 'what is a Waldorf Doll'? Is there a 'real' Waldorf Doll?[more]

Cat: Early Childhood
June 2017

A Classroom without a Prima Donna

The artistic teacher is not the prima donna of the classroom but is completely immersed in the classroom and co-creates education. The South African teacher Michael Grimley is an expert when it comes to the art of education. He asks how a teacher develops artistic feeling, be it through meditation, artistic activity, an awareness of their own...[more]

Cat: Foundations
June 2017

Artistic Feeling in the Art of Education

Why should education not be a science, but an art? Where is the art which can be learned without living constantly in feeling? What is the qualitative difference between the normal expression of feelings we use in daily life and their mode of use as media for the artistic practice of teaching, and how is their transformation effected? How can the...[more]

Cat: Foundations
June 2017

Waldorf: An education of its time?

To what degree is Waldorf education of its time? Is it contemporary? These questions are put forward by Neil Boland, senior lecturer at Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand. He looks towards possible futures and finding new forms of and for education. This is his second article; the first, "A sense of place within the Waldorf...[more]

Cat: Teaching Practice, Culture, Foundations

Colour in the Elements; Elements of Colour
Sun 20.08.2017 - Fri 01.09.2017
Languages: English and Mandarin Chinese This year's International Summer University will focus on...
First World Congress for Persons with Disabilities
Thu 07.09.2017 - Sun 10.09.2017
We have a dream. We want to share this dream with you. The time for a positive change has...
YEP! young eurythmy performance
Fri 15.09.2017 - Thu 15.03.2018
School’s over and Life can begin – what now?    yep! stands for Young Eurythmy...
WOW-Day
Fri 29.09.2017 - Wed 29.11.2017
  Waldorf one World-Day   For students and teachers!   Together for each other on...
Regional Conferences on the Importance of Sleep
Sun 01.10.2017 - Sat 31.03.2018
  An Invitation to Collaborate The IASWECE Birth to Three Working Group is preparing a study...

 

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