The question of what is special about the Waldorf School and its concerns arises today - after 100 years of Waldorf Education - both for those who do not yet know it and for all those who live and work in it. In a refreshing and modern way Wolfgang Held deals with the principles of Waldorf Education in schools and, through 12 observations of lessons, also conveys a subtle picture of the everyday life of teachers and pupils. With this book the reader can approach the term "art of education". Binding: brochure. Number of pages: 221. author: Wolfgang Held. Wolfgang Held, born 1964, studied education and mathematics. After working for many years as a staff member of the Mathematical-Astronomical Section at the Goetheanum in Dornach, he now works there in the field of communication and public relations. He also writes regularly for the life magazine a tempo. The Verlag Freies Geistesleben is one of the leading publishing houses for anthroposophy and Waldorf education and can look back on a publishing history of over 70 years. In the mid-nineties Urachhaus merged with the Verlag Freies Geistesleben to form a limited company, but the programmes of both publishing houses continue to exist independently alongside each other.
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