Social Work

Charting the inner landscape. How a surveying field trip can help us to grow socially

April 2021

Christian Boettger in conversation with Ivonne Krüger (social worker) Volker Altmann (class guardian) and Freia Arncken (pupil) at the Schopfheim Free Waldorf School. [more]

Living lessons

Crafts as an elective – concealed education

By Rainer Christian Hardorp, April 2021

This text was written to introduce parents and colleagues to the underlying ideas of the Mannheim Waldorf School’s crafts concept. The term “Crafts elective” means that pupils in upper school can choose one of the crafts of wood or metal working or tailoring as a firm subject, provided they have decided to aim for the lower or intermediate secondary school leaving qualification or a qualification to study at a university of applied science.  [more]

Living Teachers

From school yard to farm yard

April 2021

In conversation with Tobias Hartkemeyer, pioneer in the field of Community Supported Agriculture and Action Pedagogy (CSA), social entrepreneur, lecturer, trainer in dialogue process facilitation and co-author of the book Dialogische Intelligenz: Aus dem Käfig des Gedachten in den Kosmos des gemeinsamen Denkens (Dialogical Intelligence: Out of the Cage of Fixed Thought into the Cosmos of Shared Thinking). [more]

Spotlight

No life in freedom and dignity without risks

April 2021

Interview with Michaela Glöckler, paediatrician and former head of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum. [more]

Waldorf worldwide

Woodie’s creations

By Elrisha Ochurus, Magareth Nuru-Khom, Emanuela Kaxuxuena, John Nanghonda, April 2021

The Learners Company of the Windhoek Waldorf School in Namibia. [more]

Spotlight

We take it very seriously

April 2021

Interview with Henning Kullak-Ublick, board member and spokesperson of the German Association of Waldorf Schools, about racist tendencies in society, the Waldorf schools and in the work of Rudolf Steiner. [more]

Spotlight

The inexhaustible source of humanity

April 2021

Interview with Henning Kullak-Ublick, board member and spokesperson of the German Association of Waldorf Schools. [more]

Editorial

Free spaces

By Mathias Maurer, April 2021

We start 2021 with somewhat mixed feelings. What did we wish for at New Year? What did we resolve to do? Will the New Year bring the longed-for return to normality, as it once was in 2019? What of our wishes goes beyond that?  [more]

Birth and Spirit

“For unto us a child is born”. Incarnation in a time of omnipresent screens

By Edwin Hübner, March 2021

“For unto us a child is born” – those are the glad tidings of Christmas which give us a feeling of hope. In fact, something new and unique starts with the birth of every human being. For us parents and teachers, it is an ideal to create for this developing human being paths into their future while at the same time protecting them – as the Christmas story also tells – from everything that tries to harm the child. On the one hand protection, on the other hand creating developmental opportunities – this is what we want to give the newborn child as a gift. [more]

Birth and Spirit

Do machines have to teach us what it means to be human?

By Claus-Peter Röh, March 2021

The year 2020, marked by the Covid-19 pandemic, led to major challenges and changes in the educational landscape. The primary task facing each school community after the lockdown was to implement the changing policies in such a way that teaching could resume. In order to achieve this goal, many changes were necessary, e.g. in timetables, groupings and forms of teaching, up to and including significantly increased home schooling and e-learning. [more]

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