Catalogue "Waldorf Education"
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Our catalogue "Waldorf Education" (87 pages, many pictures) from 1996 gives a very good introduction to the principles of Waldorf education.
It is available in 14 languages: English, German, Dutch, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Arabian, Romanian, Russian, Estonian, Latvian, Japanese, Korean.
- Educating children - the global challenge.
- "The child is father to the man."
- Education - a continuous task.
- Rooted in the cultural and spiritual traditions of mankind.
- Discovering the threefold nature of man.
- The human being is the archetype of all creation.
- Equilibrium, language and thinking - essential mile-stones in child development.
- Meeting the developmental needs of the child.
- Learning to love and to know the world as it is.
- Nimble fingers make nimble minds.
- Learning through rhythm.
- From imagery to conception.
- Artistic education is more than just doing art.
- Education founded on love.
- Enlivening and integrating science, art and religion.
- Giving a child space to be a child.
- Play is the serious work of childhood.
- Why does a teacher stay with his class for the first eight years?
- Individualised reports instead of grades.
- Learning by doing.
- From simple technology to Computer sciences.
- Creating culture and freeing minds.
- Eurythmy - visible speech and music.
- Curative education.
- Fostering individuality and brotherhood.
- Sowing the seeds of tolerance in the face of violence.
- Drugs - how education can help.
- Environmental education.
- Educating for a multi-cultural society.
- Where education meets the global challenges.
- How a school functions without a director.
- Schools as learning communities.
- Schools and state government - a question of balance.
- How the Waldorf movement began.
- Rudolf Steiner, the founder of Waldorf education.
- New ideas to meet new challenges.
- Waldorf schools are a part of a global network.
- Striving for freedom in education worldwide.