These lectures are ideal for anyone first approaching Waldorf education. Using language that any teacher or parent can understand, Steiner goes into the essentials of his educational philosophy, providing many examples and anecdotes to convey his meaning. Against the background of the developing child, he allows the curriculum and the method of teaching to emerge as the commonsense conclusion of practical experience.
Foundations of Waldorf Education (vol. 16)
Trans. R. Everett (8 lectures, Dornach, 1923, GA 306); SB; 323pp; 21.5 x 14 cm; pb;