Understanding Child Development: Rudolf Steiner's Essential Principles for Waldorf Education
Understanding Child Development is the result of the editors’ many years of experience as Waldorf educators and leaders in teacher training. Translated from Angelika Wiehl and Wolfgang-M. Auer’s Kindheit, this is a selection of Rudolf Steiner’s source texts on childhood, scholarly commentary, supplemental essays on sensory development and imitation, suggestions for studying the texts, and a discussion of the future of childhood. Steiner’s selected source texts on early childhood are here collected in English for the first time.
234 pages, perfect-bound.
|Editors:||Angelika Wiehl and Wolfgang-M. Auer
|Publisher:||Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America