An Introduction to Steiner Education: The Waldorf School

An Introduction to Steiner Education: The Waldorf  SchoolRudolf Steiner’s educational system — long established and respected on the European continent — is gradually spreading around the world. Its radical principles, based on a view of the human being as composed of body, soul, and spirit, allows for a truly holistic and balanced education that nourishes the whole child. The author explains, in a clear and lively style, many aspects of Steiner’s educational theories, especially the three stages of …

An Introduction to Waldorf Education and Other Essays

An Introduction to Waldorf Education and Other EssaysRudolf Steiner’s educational system — long established and respected on the European continent — is gradually spreading around the world. Its radical principles, based on a view of the human being as composed of body, soul, and spirit, allows for a truly holistic and balanced education that nourishes the whole child. The author explains, in a clear and lively style, many aspects of Steiner’s educational theories, especially the three stages of …

Adventures in Steiner Education: An Introduction to the Waldorf Approach (Bringing Spirit to Life)

Adventures in Steiner Education: An Introduction to the Waldorf Approach (Bringing Spirit to Life)An internationally acknowledged authority in Steiner education, Brien Masters has worked for decades as teacher (both State and Waldorf), teacher trainer, consultant, writer and lecturer. In Adventures in Steiner Education he draws on his rich and varied experience to paint a vivid picture of Waldorf education in practice. Spicing the text with many personal stories and anecdotes, he brings to life the theory behind this increasingly popular educ…

An Introduction to Steiner Education: The Waldorf School

An Introduction to Steiner Education: The Waldorf SchoolAn internationally acknowledged authority in Steiner education, Brien Masters has worked for decades as teacher (both State and Waldorf), teacher trainer, consultant, writer and lecturer. In Adventures in Steiner Education he draws on his rich and varied experience to paint a vivid picture of Waldorf education in practice. Spicing the text with many personal stories and anecdotes, he brings to life the theory behind this increasingly popular educ…

An Introduction to Steiner Education: The Waldorf School by Francis Edmunds (2004-05-10)

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An Introduction to Steiner Education: The Waldorf School by Francis Edmunds (2004-05-10)An internationally acknowledged authority in Steiner education, Brien Masters has worked for decades as teacher (both State and Waldorf), teacher trainer, consultant, writer and lecturer. In Adventures in Steiner Education he draws on his rich and varied experience to paint a vivid picture of Waldorf education in practice. Spicing the text with many personal stories and anecdotes, he brings to life the theory behind this increasingly popular educ…

[(An Introduction to Steiner Education : The Waldorf School)] [By (author) Francis Edmunds] published on (October, 2004)

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[(An Introduction to Steiner Education : The Waldorf School)] [By (author) Francis Edmunds] published on (October, 2004)An internationally acknowledged authority in Steiner education, Brien Masters has worked for decades as teacher (both State and Waldorf), teacher trainer, consultant, writer and lecturer. In Adventures in Steiner Education he draws on his rich and varied experience to paint a vivid picture of Waldorf education in practice. Spicing the text with many personal stories and anecdotes, he brings to life the theory behind this increasingly popular educ…

The Way of a Child: An Introduction to Steiner Education and the Basics of Child Development

The Way of a Child: An Introduction to Steiner Education and the Basics of Child DevelopmentPressured by exams and premature academic demands, surrounded by screens and technology, children today face huge challenges. Childhood itself, it could be said, is facing a crisis. Are children in danger of losing their natural imaginative faculties, which are the source of all creative activity in later life? As a society, are we in danger of losing childhood altogether? First published in 1940, Harwood’s little book has become a classic introd…