Education through art
Art as an educational tool has a special place in Waldorf Schools. Artistic activity challenges the imagination and brings out creativity while developing a sensitivity for qualitative differences.
Waldorf education: a continuous cycle of renewal
For many people the Waldorf Curriculum (whatever they understand by this term) is integral to the definition of Waldorf education. They think a school is Waldorf (or is a Steiner school) if it uses
Puberty as the Gateway to Freedom
The following article has two goals: First, it shows how Steiner's view of the development of young people can be deepened if we include the results of brain research. Second, the author suggests a
Forces of courage and Waldorf education
In the Waldorf school movement, the question of courage is simultaneously the question of being open to higher impulses, inspirations, intuitions. It is a question of the identity of Waldorf schools
International Curriculum: Choosing story material
After almost 100 years of Waldorf pedagogy the question as how to adapt the curriculum to different places continues to be a challenge. Today we can add the dimension of time, by asking what the
How can education appeal to all the senses?
“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 worldwide on each historical day of the course. Here