Waldorf education, an established and growing independent school movement, continues to be shaped and inspired by Rudolf Steiner's numerous lectures on education. In Rhythms of Learning, key lectures on children and education have been thoughtfully chosen from the vast amount of material by Steiner and presented in a context that makes them approachable and accessible. In his many discussions and lectures, Steiner shared his vision of an education that considers the spirit, soul, and physiology in children as they grow. Roberto Trostli, an experienced Waldorf teacher, has selected the works that best illustrate the fundamentals of this unique approach. In each chapter, Trostli explains Steiner's concepts and describes how they work in the contemporary Waldorf classroom. We learn how the teacher-child relationship and the Waldorf school curriculum changes as the students progress from kindergarten through high-school. This book will serve as an excellent resource for parents who want to understand how their child is learning. Parents will be better prepared to discuss their child's education with teachers, and teachers will find it a valuable reference source and communication tool.What Waldorf Education Offers Children, Parents aamp; Teachers Rudolf Steiner, Roberto Trostli. the children. ... in life later on. You could even make little ploughs and let them cultivate the school garden, or let them cut with small sickles or mow with small ... Abstract lessons in manual skills are not really a substitute for this.
|Title||:||Rhythms of Learning|
|Author||:||Rudolf Steiner, Roberto Trostli|
|Publisher||:||SteinerBooks - 1998|