|Title:||A Portrait of Camphill|
|Categories:||High School, Middle School, Elementary School, About Anthroposophy, School Organization, Health, About Rudolf Steiner, Remediation, Inner Life of the Teacher, Social Skills, Child Development, General Waldorf Education|
Jan Maritn Bang, Editor
|Publisher:||Floris Books (UK)|
|Number of pages:||208|
From Founding Seed to Worldwide Movement
The Camphill Movement is a worldwide network of homes and villages for children and adults with special needs. Inspired by the vision of its founder, Karl König, and a group of close associates, the growth of the Camphill Movement is the story of an idea about community: community as the basis for special needs education, therapy and living.
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