|Title:||Keynotes in Life and Work|
|Categories:||Middle School, Elementary School, About Anthroposophy, School Organization, About Rudolf Steiner, Inner Life of the Teacher, Evaluation/Assessment, Child Development, General Waldorf Curriculum, General Waldorf Education|
|Number of pages:||288|
IPerspectives Gained from a Life Working with Steiner Education
It came as a ringing endorsement of Brien Masters’ analysis of the situation when the June 2005 Times Educational Supplement reviewed his Adventures in Steiner Education, stating that his rationale behind the Waldorf approach to literacy taught unhurriedly, with lots of stories and drawing, followed by writing and leading to reading at around age seven should be placed on the desks of all those critics who are so concerned with hastening small children toward the mechanics of it all.
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