|Title:||Knowledge, Teaching and the Death of the Mysterious|
|Categories:||High School, Middle School, Elementary School, About Anthroposophy, Research, Inner Life of the Teacher, Philosophy, Child Development, General Waldorf Curriculum, General Waldorf Education|
|Publisher:||Rudolf Steiner College Press|
|Number of pages:||134|
Six lectures given at the West Coast Waldorf Teachers Conference, February 20-24, 2000
Thoughts on keeping learning alive. These lectures address learning in the periods of life from birth to adulthood, with illustrations from physiology and psychology, to form pictures of the teaching/learning tasks and concerns appropriate for each age group. Contemporary education often attempts to 'solve' the mysterious aspects of nature through proper application of information. This tends to make awe and wonder diminish in the soul of the student.
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