Stepping into the Future: Early childhood education as the foundation for a healthy social life
Published to honor 100 years since the founding of Waldorf Education, this book takes a deeper look at how Waldorf education contributes to a better human future.
Featured work: "The Laws of Childhood" by Helmut von Kügelgen - "The Transformation of Walking, Speaking and Thinking into Higher Forces" by Hermann Poppelbaum - "Giving Love, Being Loved" by Renate Long-Breipohl - "Building capacities for our human social future in the first three years" by Susan Weber - "From the trans-substantiation of touch to the compassion of a sense-of-the-other" by Michaël Merle - "Four forms of warmth in daily life" by Edmond Schoorel - "Autonomy in Learning" by Claudia Grah-Wittich - "Family Culture" by Christoph Meinecke and Cristina Meinecke - "The benefits of outdoor life and play in a kindergarten" by Helle Heckmann - "Discovering the Child after Childhood" by Florian Osswald - "Education of the will as the wellspring of Morality" by Michaela Glöckler
130 pages, perfect-bound.
|Editor:||International Association of Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE)|