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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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 […]
From Co-creation to Association: A Social Challenge for the New Economy May 31, 2011 by John Bloom Search“co-creation” on the internet, and you will find it described primarily as a marketing technique. A company puts out a product, opens the lines of communication with its consumers and shapes the products based upon the input. […]
The Waldorf Alumni Survey conducted by the Waldorf Research Institute found that Waldorf Students pursue college studies in Sciences at a much higher rate than their peers - 42% to 19%. Overall 94% of the Waldorf graduates surveyed attended college. For more information about this interesting survey, read more here.
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/
This new revised edition of Vision in Action is a workbook for those involved in social creation -- in taking initiatives that influence the social environment in which we live and where one's ideas and actions can matter. The social world is a humanly created world. In developing any enterprise -- whether a small business, […]
The following podcast is an interview with Elan Leibner on"Working with the Spirit in a Waldorf School." In Waldorf schools across the world, the question of what it means to work with the spirit is often discussed. In this refreshing and insightful conversation, Elan Leibner, experienced teacher and member of the Pedagogical Section Council, talks […]
Here is an interesting article on the recent awarding of a Nobel Prize to a waldorf school graduate. Autobiography – Thomas C. Südhof When I was born in Göttingen in 1955, the aftermaths of the second world war were still reverberating. I was born into an anthroposophical family. My maternal grandparents had been early followers […]
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