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Children and Their Temperaments

 
Title:      Children and Their Temperaments
Categories:      General Waldorf Education
BookID:      137
Authors:      Marieke Anschutz
ISBN-10(13):      0863151752
Publisher:      Floris Books
Publication date:      2005
Edition:      2nd
Number of pages:      128
Language:      English
Rating:      0 
Picture:      cover
Description:     


Drawing on an ancient tradition, Rudolf Steiner spoke of four fundamental types, or temperaments, belonging to the human personality, each of which has a different personal need and means of relating socially. Through her experience of working with children, the author, Marieke Anschütz provides a guide to children’s temperaments and their role in the development of character, health, and personality.

The book includes illustrations from home and school, in the context of Waldorf classrooms. The author discusses how these ideas may be used to manage, and relate to, groups and individuals.

This is a valuable tool for teachers, parents, and care providers, especially when dealing with "problem" children.

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