Waldorf Education and Steiner's new thinking

The End of Waldorf Education: 1919-2020 101 years of the Waldorf Movement Ignoring Steiner's Goal of Inaugurating a NEW THINKING SCHOOL
Point of view: Rudolf Steiner wanted his Waldorf School to teach a new form of dynamic, organic thinking. Unbeknownst to his colleagues, Steiner employed this ‘new thinking’ in the organic style in which he wrote his books and designed his Waldorf School. Steiner never gave a systematic account of his new thinking but instead gave examples particularly in his Waldorf School lectures and in remarks he made about his writing style about his Philosophy of Freedom. Read more in the essay....
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Black Board Drawing from Diana Tessari from her workshop on Waldorf Education looking at the form of the curriculum from the point of view of the new thinking.

A Primer is a new translation of Steiner's Essay Education of the Child in light of anthroposophy. It has a study guide to practice to the new thinking.