In this important collection of lectures, originally delivered in 1921 to teachers at the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, Germany, Rudolf Steiner discussed his ideas about the developmental stages of the child and approaches for teaching adolescents. Throughout these lectures, Steiner stresses the unity of human life and the task of Waldorf education: to help mature, responsible beings into the world to work for the common good. An essential addition to the literature of adolescent education. From the Foundations of Waldorf Education series.
Education for Adolescents
Eight Lectures Given to the Teachers of the Stuttgart Waldorf School, June 12-19, 1921
Foundations of Waldorf Education, 10
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