Supporting one of a kind

By Claus-Peter Röh, June 2015

Respecting the individuality as the indivisible core of each person is one of the most important principles of Waldorf education. This individuality is not supported by funnelling ready-made knowledge into it but by awakening its own interest, it pleasure in learning. [more]

It takes courage to become an I

By Alexandra Handwerk, June 2015

Every human being is gifted with an I. But to turn this gift into a skill requires practice to be an I. [more]

Early childhood

The spherical I of the small child

By Fabrizio Venturini, June 2015

The I of the small child develops wholly out of the surroundings through movement and obtaining upright posture, speaking and thinking, until finally it learns to say “I” to itself. [more]


It’s me

By Mathias Maurer, June 2015

The telephone rings. Normally I don’t even bother to answer calls which show the caller as anonymous. “Hello, it’s me,” a female voice says. “Who is speaking, please,” I say, a bit irritated. The voice tells me nothing.  [more]