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Waldorf Science Newsletter

Published twice a year by AWSNA Publications. For subscription information or to purchase printed copies contact AWSNA Publications at (518) 634-2222 or by visiting the Why Waldorf Works website.

The Online Waldorf Library has all issues available from 1994 to the present in pdf format.

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Vol.18, #28, Autumn 2012

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Books of Interest
The Hidden Geometry  of Flowers: Living Rhythms, Forms and Numbers
Adolescents: Their Relationship to the Night and the Senses in Connection with Their Own Development
Masters of Physics, Imagination and Play
Teen Brains' Growing Pains - Striking Changes are Possible in IQ and Neuroanatomy, Study Finds
The Mind's Eye Revealed: New Technology Uses Brain Scans to See What a Person is Watching
The Perplexing Pattern of the Painted Turtle
Learning Languages
Fifth Grade Projects
A Path into the "Black Box": Making a 4-Bit Adder Using Electromagnetic Relay Switches in Class 10
Alternative Approach to Making a Four-bit Binary Adder
Information Technology Curriculum at Mt. Barker Waldorf School

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Vol. 17 #27, Spring 2011

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New Books for Teachers
Points to Consider in Teaching Science
A Brief Overview of the Waldorf High School Mathematics Curriculum
Some Fun Facts of Physiology
The Imaginary in Geometry
NASA Program puts Aspiring Engineer, Waldorf Graduate,to work on Mars Rover
Volcanism
Sea Turtles have Magnetic Sense for Longitude
Hydromonochord - Visualizing String Vibration by Water Swirls
Return of the Sun After the Darkest Days
Experiment: A Mini Robot
Experiment: Making Soap
Building an Electric Motor

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 16, #26, 2010

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 16, #26, 2010

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Going Through, Taking In, Considering by Manfred von Mackensen
The Geometry of Life by Arthur Zajonc
Phenomenology: Husserl's Philosophy and Goethe's Approach to Science by Michael Holdrege
First Approach to Mineralogy by Frederick Hiebel
Growing Salt Crystals by David Mitchell
The Beauty of Slime Molds by David Mitchell
Mutualism Between Elk and Magpies by Jeff Mitton
Symbiotic Relationships
An Interview with Daniel Pink
Why Waldorf? by Tracy Stevens


Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 15, #25, 2009

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 15, #25, 2009

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*Doing Phenomenology in Science Education
The Western Screech Owl
Turtles use Earth’s Magnetic Field
The Largest Bug in the World
Tree Talk; the Phenomenon of Colored Shadows
Analemma
Photos from Hubble
A Progression through the Mechanics Curriculum of 7th Grade Physics
*Note: The first article on phenomenology is restricted by copyright laws— the journal from which we purchased the rights does not allow it to be transmitted electronically, however, it is available from AWSNA Publications in its entirety.

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 14, #24, 2008

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 14, #24, 2008

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Robotics
Seventh Grade Fresco Project
A Pinhole Camera Project for the Seventh Grade
Other Projects for Elementary Physics Classes
The Aurora Borealis
Phenomenological Science Equipment
The Karma of Calculus—Involving Isaac Newton and Gottfried Leibniz
Award Winning Photos of Nature and Animals

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 13, #23, 2006

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 13, #23, 2006

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Books of Interest
Advice on Teaching 8th Grade Meteorology
An Explanation of the Phenomenological Approach for Parents of Middle School Children
Astronomy (Hubble Space Telescope Photographs)
Environment, Morphology, and Physical Principles for Waldorf High School Teachers and Students (part 2)
Sensible Science Workshop
How Parachute Spiders Invade a New Territory
Pluto Is No Longer a Planet

Computer Curricula in U.S. Waldorf Schools
Experiments:8th Grade Optics Demonstration or Puzzler; Making Nylon in the Laboratory

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Vol. 12, #22, Fall 2005

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Vol. 12, #22, Fall 2005

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A compilation of articles for Waldorf teachers
Preserving a Snowflake
Environment, Morphology, and Physical Principles for Waldorf High School Teachers and Students (Part 1 of 2)
Homemade Audio Speaker for Grade 8
Mathematics and Natural Science, A Reflection from the Viewpoint of Pedagogy and the History of Ideas
Animal Sight
Kepler's Model of the Universe
Teaching Sensible Science
An Optics Demonstration for Grade Seven Chemistry Challenge for Grade Eight
On Being an Insect
Surveys and Mapping - An Attempt to Integrate New and Emerging Technology into Class 10 Curriculum

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 11, #21, Spring 2005

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 11, #21, Spring 2005

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How does Sense-Nerve System Activity relate to Conscious Experience? by S.M. Elsas M.D.
Acoustics in 6th Grade
Fun Facts of Physiology
About Formative Forces in Vertebrates and Human Beings by Dick van Romunde
Global Perspective
Point to Consider in Science Teaching
Deconstructing Black Box Aspects of a Computerized Physics Lab by William P. O'Brien Jr

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 10, #20, 2004

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 10, #20, 2004

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Books of Note
A Number Story for the Six Table
Novel Entries for a Trig Table
An Introduction to the Sine and Tangent
Toss Out the Toss-up: Bias in Heads or Tails
Humor
Song of the Rain, a poem
Refrigeration in Physics, Heat Studies
The Poetry of Astronomy
The Xtant Project - Build Your own Sextant
Highlights from Recent Science Teaching Periodicals
Websites of Interest

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 10, #19, Fall 2003

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 10, #19, Fall 2003

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Books of Note
The Beaver
Nature in the Human Being by Walter Liebendorfer
Astronomy for the Middle School by John Trevillion
Child Development and the Teaching of Science by David Mitchell
Bibliography for Middle School
What is Phenomenology? by Michael D'Aleo
The Design of Human and Animal bodies by Peter De Boer
The Brain and Finger Dexterity by Hella Kraus-Zimmer
Observations of a Neurophysiologist by Matti Bergstrom

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