If you want to educate others, you yourself need to be educated. If you want to have any kind of influence on young people, you yourself need to stay young and continuously work on yourself.

 

Simon Gfeller, Swiss teacher and author (1868 - 1943)

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February 2019

The Significance of Puberty for the Process of Individuation

In this article, the author identifies key aspects of adolescent pedagogy in Rudolf Steiner’s anthroposophy and considers them in terms of their educational potential. The first part, published here, focuses on the significance of puberty for the process of individuation. The article first appeared in “Youth education in the Waldorf School”, a...[more]

Cat: Foundations, Teaching Practice
February 2019

Promoting curiosity

Curiosity is a wonder of the human mind. It goes to the heart of modernity, as a driving force for learning, novel insights and innovation, both for individuals and communities. In societies dependent on science and development, finding out what promotes or hampers curiosity and wonder in school curricula and science education should be...[more]

Cat: Teaching Practice, Science
January 2019

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 challenges of the times we live in place on the curriculum we teach. What curriculum do our students need here, where we live? In this paper I address the...[more]

Cat: Curriculum Overview, Teaching Practice
December 2018

Fundamental Aspects of Sports Lessons in the Waldorf School

Why do I practice certain movement sequences in class? How should they be practiced? What movement qualities do I train? What effect do they have on the healthy development of children and adolescents? Together with Lutz Gerding, Gerlinde Idler has published the book "Fundamental Aspects of Sports Lessons" (1), published by Freies Geistesleben...[more]

Cat: Teaching Practice, Movement
August 2018

Free Play – Now and Then

For a long time, free play has been neglected for the sake of early literacy and numeracy. The appreciation of free play has only been revived in the last few years. But is it really seen and understood for what it means to the child? How do we, as parents and educators, approach free play? What does it mean to us?[more]

Cat: Early Childhood

YEP Young Eurythmy Performance
Sat 08.09.2018 - Sun 31.03.2019
  www.yep-eurythmie.de   Dear Colleagues, please point this out to the students of your...
2nd International Training Weeks Kassel
Mon 01.04.2019 - Thu 18.04.2019
High School Education at Steiner Waldorf...
11th International Refresher Course Week
Fri 12.04.2019 - Thu 18.04.2019
Main Focus Class...
International Conference for teachers for arts and crafts
Fri 12.04.2019 - Wed 17.04.2019
In the year 2019 the International Conference for teachers for arts and crafts will take place in...
East African Conference
Sun 14.04.2019 - Thu 18.04.2019
  ‘BEING’ IN MOVEMENT EAST AFRICAN CONFERENCE   Program and invitationWe celebrate a 100...

 

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