Who educates whom?

Fear, ambition and love in the classroom

By Martin Carle, January 2020

When I was studying Waldorf education, I was smitten with an advertising poster that was hanging in the seminar building. It showed a picture of the young Rudolf Steiner which had the words above it in large letters: “There are only three educational tools: fear, ambition and love. We dispense with the first two …” [more]

Living lessons, Who educates whom?

The magic of things foreign

By Erhard Dahl, January 2020

The formative influence of foreign language lessons. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Who educates whom?

The clown in the teacher

By Rosie Harrison, Robin Dennis, January 2020

Two freshly-baked teachers describe how theatre clowning during their teacher training was able to give them a taste of freedom – a freedom they seek each day anew as they stand in front of their class. [more]

Who educates whom?, Waldorf worldwide

Tracks of the crocodile

By Sven Saar, January 2020

Waldorf 100 anniversary conference “The first teachers’ course” at the Goetheanum. [more]

Who educates whom?, Series

With eurythmy and Chinese in Colombia

By Nana Göbel, January 2020

Walter Boris Liebenthal (1933–2011) left a rich literary and artistic legacy for the Chinese Waldorf school movement.  [more]

Editorial, Who educates whom?

Misunderstanding

By Mathias Maurer, January 2020

We’re all familiar with it, be it at home, in class or in the car: loud, arguing children, hitting and scratching one another, screaming and shouting as they climb over tables and benches, ignoring all instructions, and, to cap it all, answering back. [more]

Editorial, Threefoldness

Three things

By Mathias Maurer, December 2019

Threefoldness is a structural principle of living things. No development would be possible without a third element, everything would rigidify in polarities. [more]

Threefoldness

Systemic threefolding and the question of body, soul and spirit

By Michaela Glöckler, December 2019

Human thinking, feeling and the will are mirrored in three different physiological processes. Rudolf Steiner first described this in 1917. But they are also related to the trinity of body, soul and spirit and the four so-called human constitutional elements. [more]

Living lessons, Threefoldness

Class trip with media fasting

By Hans-Wolfgang Roth, December 2019

For the past fourteen years, Hans-Wolfgang Roth from the Stade Free Waldorf School has undertaken an at least three-week long art trip with class 12. Over the years, there have been a lot of changes, both in the itinerary for the trip and in the behaviour and every-day habits of the pupils. One of the greatest changes concerns the use of media, particularly the communication media. They disrupt the “vision search with creative means”, so they are done without. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Threefoldness

It could become one. A Waldorf school initiative in Marrakesh

December 2019

At Easter 2019, Isabella Geier, teacher of French, history and social studies at the Augsburg Free Waldorf School, visited the small Waldorf school with daycare and a kindergarten in Marrakesh which was founded in September 2017. She gave two workshops for staff there and used the opportunity for a conversation with founder Sophie Dielissen. [more]

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