Waldorf Education: Theory and Practice Richard Blunt

ISBN: 9780958388542

Published: June 1st 1995

Paperback

239 pages


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Waldorf Education: Theory and Practice  by  Richard  Blunt

Waldorf Education: Theory and Practice by Richard Blunt
June 1st 1995 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 239 pages | ISBN: 9780958388542 | 10.42 Mb

This thorough primer on Waldorf education provides the reader with a complete and easily accessible introduction to Rudolf Steiner and Waldorf educational theory. Beginning with a short biography of Steiner and a review of his writings and theMoreThis thorough primer on Waldorf education provides the reader with a complete and easily accessible introduction to Rudolf Steiner and Waldorf educational theory. Beginning with a short biography of Steiner and a review of his writings and the various works about him, the author goes on to discuss Steiners concept of Man, and his ideas regarding the stages of development and their implications for education.

At this point, Blunt undertakes a dear analysis of the Waldorf system including its aims, principles, and methods. Here he discusses the training of Waldorf teachers, the various subjects and how they are approached, and ends with a description of how an average Waldorf school operates on each class level.This is a wonderful introduction to the entire Waldorf process for anyone thinking about enrolling their child in one of the schools or for anyone merely interested in the Waldorf system of education.



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