How do we experience thinking in relation to will in a child?
“The First Teachers Course"* of 1919 is the basis of Waldorf Education. In this series of interviews, we ask one key question to Waldorf educators…
Day 7: The spiritual human being
Thoughts on 'The First Teachers Course'* from Susanne Speckenbach
How does methodology perform an alternation between thought, feeling and will?
How are head and limbs connected?
The new paradigm: Do not fill the head, but awaken it through the whole Human being. How do we awaken the 'Sleeping Head Spirit' in the child?
How can education appeal to all the senses?
How can the power of feeling be strengthened in students and teachers?
Day 6: Educating out of a deeper contemplation of life
Thoughts on 'The First Teachers Course'* from Urs Dietler
Day 5: Feeling as the Harmonizing Dancer between Cognition and Will
Thoughts on 'The First Teachers Course'* from Ben Cherry
Day 4: Awakening the will towards wholeness
Thoughts on 'The First Teachers Course'* from Ellen Fjeld Koettker
Day 2: The human being as a breath of the cosmos
Thoughts on 'The First Teachers Course'* from Marcel de Leuw
1100 Schools and The Challenges of Teacher Education
Currently, there are 1100 Steiner Waldorf Schools worldwide. One of the challenges to do with this development is the education or professional…
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?