This page is created by the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum on behalf of the Hague Circle - International Council for Steiner Waldorf Education. We are dedicated to supporting Steiner Waldorf Teachers worldwide by providing the best possible resources and articles.
Children and teenagers are the reason why there are nurseries, playgroups, kindergartens and schools in the world. The young generation is the true principal for all those who care for our children's wellbeing. With this website we want to support all those who are connected to this task.
In the categories Foundation, Early Childhood, Teaching Practice, Self Development and School Management you will find collections of articles focusing on various aspects of preparation. How can a school lesson or a sequence of activities for the kindergarten be prepared? What is important for very young children? How may a parents' evening be planned and what are the preconditions for cooperative school management?
This website focuses on the conditions needed to plan and implement learning opportunities in schools, kindergartens and wherever children and teenagers are being cared for. We also address questions connected to personal and professional self development.
A list of international conferences, adult education courses and more is available in the category Events. Please do not hesitate to contact us with information about any other event you would like to publish here.
Dear practicing teachers and educators at Waldorf Steiner Schools worldwide
Your cooperation is invaluable to keep this site alive and stimulating. Please contact the editor with your suggestions, ideas and contributions: email@example.com
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We are immensely grateful to all those people and foundations who actively support this site; we would like to thank especially the Asociación de Centros Educativos Waldorf de España, China Waldorf Forum (CFW), China Early Childhood Education Forum (CECEF) for the financial support of translations.
Furthermore, we extend a heartfelt thank you to our kind copy-editors: Friederun Karsch, Blanche-Marie Schweizer, Gerd Stemann: German; Sue Simpson, Ingrid Feck, Douglas Gerwin, Craig Holdredge, Karin Smith, Martyn Rawson, Gabriele Feiter, Neil Boland, Margy Walther: English; Montserrat Babí, Mercè Amat, Angel Chiok: Spanish
Hague Circle - International Council for Steiner Waldorf Education and the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum