Self-administration at Waldorf schools

Rudolf Steiner and self-governance at the first Waldorf school

By Tomáš Zdražil, June 2022

At the end of 1918, a small initiative group of Stuttgart entrepreneurs led by Emil Molt decided to launch a campaign for social renewal. It met with Rudolf Steiner in Dornach at the end of January 1919 to prepare a concept for the project.  [more]

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No day like another – chief executive of a Waldorf School

By Susanne Piwecki, June 2022

Waldorf schools are like small or medium-sized businesses. Everything, from teaching to bookkeeping and balance sheets, from building maintenance to waste disposal, has to be managed. The management is responsible for providing a suitable infrastructure so that the educational operation can run smoothly. Meeting the needs of the school community is its challenging and varied, but also exciting task.  [more]

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The power of images and the Waldorf Peace Network

By Tia ten Venne, June 2022

War in Europe. This was unimaginable for most of us until Russia's attack on Ukraine. Just as the war of aggression in Europe has shaken us adults, it has also made the pupils, children and young people pause in their everyday lives.  [more]

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What to do in the face of this unbelievable aggression?

By Cornelie Unger-Leistner, June 2022

Around 5,000 Waldorf upper school pupils in digital conversation with experts on the war in Ukraine. [more]

Waldorf & Science

Calm down! Interview with Harald Lesch

May 2022

Harald Lesch, born 1960, professor of astronomy and astrophysics at Ludwig Maximilian University Munich, lecturer in natural philosophy at the Munich School of Philosophy. TV presenter for programmes such as "alpha Centauri", "Leschs Kosmos" or the Youtube channel "Terra X Lesch & Co". Knowledge transfer and education are particularly important to him. Since 2018, he has been patron of the Weimar Children's University. [more]

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Anthroposophy under fire

By Jost Schieren, May 2022

One feature that is characteristic of coronavirus and its time is the fissures, rifts and divisions that run through the various groups in society.  [more]

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Hunger for anthroposophy?

May 2022

The relationship between Rudolf Steiner's views and today's dominant forms of educational and scientific thinking. Questions for Wolfgang Müller, journalist with NDR for many years and author of »Zumutung Anthroposophie«. [more]

Ecology & Sustainability

Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) – an assessment of the current situation

By Gunter Keller, April 2022

How can we empower our children and ourselves to live a sustainable life? [more]

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"Green Future" at the Trier Waldorf School

By Mario Gilcher, Christoph Hartmann, April 2022

When we met for the first time in the summer of 2020, the drive to do something was great. Under the motto "climate-neutral Waldorf schools now", representatives of parents, teachers and pupils discussed numerous ideas with the initiators of CO2ero on how we can reduce the ecological footprint of the daycare and school community as much as possible. The insulation of the buildings was examined with a critical eye, mobility behaviour (modal split) was discussed, and the aging combined heat and power plant also came up for discussion.  [more]

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Questions on the current situation of Waldorf schools

April 2022

We asked Nele Auschra and Hans Hutzel, members of the executive council of the German Association of Waldorf Schools. [more]

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