Rudolf Steiner's Curriculum for Waldorf Schools

An attempt to summarise his indications

E. A. Karl Stockmeyer; Edited by Stephen Craddock; Translated by Roland Everett-Zade

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An in-depth exploration of the curriculum of the first Waldorf school, expanding on the original 'Lehrplan'.

Format:
pamphlet
Size:
296 x 210 mm
Publisher:
Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship
Subject:
Steiner-Waldorf Education; Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship
Extent:
156 pages
ISBN:
9781900169103
Publication date:
01 Apr 2001
Edition:
4th edition

Description

This book is an in-depth exploration of the curriculum of the first Waldorf school, expanding on the original 'Lehrplan'.

Divided into sections, the book outlines Steiner's comments on schools and lessons in general, as well as many details on his thinking on specific issues ranging from different age groups to classroom decoration and arrangement.

This important book for all Steiner-Waldorf teachers gets to the heart of Steiner's ideas on education and child development.

Author

E. A. Karl Stockmeyer (1886-1963) was one of the founding teachers of the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart.

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