Entries by Michael Soulé

Developing a Culture of Leadership, Learning and Service in Waldorf Schools – Chris Schaefer

This essay was adapted from a talk given at a Leadership Symposium at Camphill Soltane, January 26-28, 1996: “Leadership in the Culture of Anthroposophical Organizations.” It also appears in Partnerships of Hope: Building Waldorf Schools and Other Communities of the Spirit. The following excerpt from the essay provides a foundation for a new perspective on […]

Quality Considerations in Waldorf Education: An essay by Kevin Avison, SWSF UK

An essay by Kevin Avison, Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship, UK In this essay Avison discusses the art of Waldorf education and the importance of supporting the educational process with a community that understands and nurtures quality. He describes how, when quality is lacking, schools frequently turn to increased policies and regulations which often puts further […]

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And Who Shall Teach the Teachers? A compilation by the Pedagogical Section Council published by AWSNA Publications

This booklet was produced by the Pedagogical Section Council to explore the deeper aspects of the work of a teacher and from where they get their inspiration and continued source of strength. Each article is helpful in bringing insight into what Steiner saw as the source of the teacher's work. Contents Introduction..........Douglas Gerwin The Work […]

Austrian Research Institute Recommends Waldorf schools as models for teaching science

Public Austrian research institute recommends Steiner Waldorf schools as models for science teaching: Given that Waldorf schools are more generally associated with the arts while their phenomenological science approach is poorly understood or appreciated, this research institute looks at Waldorf Science teaching as a model, with evidence to back it. http://excalibor.wordpress.com/2011/02/09/austrian-research-institute-recommends-steiner-waldorf-schools-as-models-for-science-teaching/