Understanding Child Development

Steiner's Essential Principles for Waldorf Education

Edited by Angelika Wiehl and Wolfgang-M Auer; Translated by Margot Saar

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  • Edited by experts in education and teacher training
  • First time these Steiner texts have been collected together in English
  • Includes supplemental essays on sensory development and imitation, and the future of childhood

A useful volume which presents a selection of Rudolf Steiner's writings on childhood, alongside expert commentaries and essays.

Format:
paperback
Size:
228 x 152 mm
Publisher:
WECAN (Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America)
Subject:
Parenting & Child Health; WECAN (Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America)
Extent:
234 pages
ISBN:
9781936849536
Publication date:
06 Aug 2020

Description

This useful volume presents a selection of Rudolf Steiner's writings on childhood, alongside supplemental essays on sensory development and imitation, suggestions for how to study Steiner's work, and a discussion of the future of childhood.

This is the first time these texts have been collected together in English and the commentaries draw on the many years of experience as educators and teacher trainers of the editors.

Author

Dr Angelika Wiehl, co-founder of the Wolfsburg Waldorf School in Germany and teacher for many
years, is now a lecturer in education sciences and Waldorf education at the Institute for Waldorf Education, Inclusion and Interculturality at Alanus University, Mannheim, Germany.

Dr Wolfgang-M. Auer, a teacher in Steiner-Waldorf schools for over 30 years, currently lectures
worldwide on Waldorf education with specific focus on anthropology and the education and
development of the senses.

Margot M. Saar taught at Waldorf Schools in the UK for twenty years, has translated many books,
and is now working as a full time translator and conference interpreter.

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