|Title:||The Child as a Sense Organ|
|Categories:||First, Kindergarten, PreSchool, Birth to PreSchool, About Anthroposophy, Health, Early Childhood, About Rudolf Steiner, Parenting, Speech, Social Skills, Movement, Child Development, General Waldorf Education|
|Number of pages:||134|
An Anthroposophic Understanding of Imitation Processes
In this cogent work, Peter Selg describes the early stages of childhood from the perspectives of conventional scientific and spiritual-scientific—anthropological and anthroposophic—research with the purpose of encouraging a new educational attitude in working with young children. In his numerous references to early childhood development, this was Rudolf Steiner’s most important and urgent purpose.
The Incarnation Process in the First Seven Years
This book was originally published in German as Das Kind als Sinnes-Organ: Zum anthroposophischen Verständnis der Nachahmungsprozesse (Verlag des Ita Wegman Instituts, Arlesheim, Switzerland, 2015).
Available from Steiner Books