MODERN ART OF EDUCATION
'Foundations of Waldorf Education' series
These lectures comprise one of the most comprehensive introductions to Rudolf Steiner's philosophy, psychology, and practice of education.
Steiner begins by describing the union of science, art, religion and morality; the aim of all his work and underlying his concept of education. Against this background, he describes a new developmental psychology, establishing how a child's consciousness develops. He shows how to present various subjects so that they enable individuals to grow into real inner freedom.
February 2004; Trans. revised J.Darrell & G.Adams (14 lectures, Ilkley, Aug. 1923; GA 307); AP; 224pp; 21.5 x 13.5 cm; pb;
£17.99 ISBN 9780880105118