|Title:||Rhythms of Learning: What Waldorf Education Offers Children, Parents & Teachers|
|Categories:||High School, Middle School, Elementary School, About Anthroposophy, Early Childhood, About Rudolf Steiner, Reading, Biology, Science, Form Drawing, Parenting, All inclusive, Writing, Stories/Pedagogical Stories, Drama, Festivals, Inner Life of the Teacher, Physics, Movement, Information Technology, History, Handwork, Geography, Gardening, Foreign Languages, Crafts, Chemistry, Art Studies, Arithmetic and Mathematics, Child Development, General Waldorf Curriculum|
Rudolf Steiner, Roberto Trostli
|Number of pages:||366|
“The primary task of a Waldorf teacher is to understand the human being in body, soul, and spirit. From this understanding will grow the approach, the curriculum, and the methods of an education capable of addressing the whole child.” —Roberto Trostli
Waldorf education, an established and growing independent school movement, continues to be shaped and inspired by Rudolf Steiner's numerous lectures on education.