10 lectures, Oosterbeek, The Netherlands, July 17-24, 1924 (CW 310)The underlying thesis of these lectures, volume 20 in the Foundations of Waldorf Education series, is that true education must be based on knowledge of the whole human being and that such knowledge cannot be attained without love. On this basis, Steiner presents his understanding of every aspect of child development bodily, psychological, and spiritual. At the same time, he shows that, to prove worthy of their calling, teachers must begin a process of inner development. In Steiner s view, it is human beings who give value and meaning to the world. Modern education, however, is gradually undermining this meaning. These lectures demonstrate that education can heal that lack of meaning and restore the meaning of humankind for the world. Steiner also discusses the practical, day-to-day operation of the school. He talks about styles of teaching, teacher conferences, parent-teacher meetings, and how Waldorf education is related to the anthroposophic movement. This book, while serving as a good introduction to Steiner s ideas on education, also represents the fruits of four years experience in the Waldorf school. Lectures: The Need for Understanding the Human Being Incarnation of the Human Being in a Physical Body Walking, Speaking, Thinking The Three Stages of Childhood Teachers Conferences in the Waldorf School Parent-Teacher Meetings The Temperaments and the Human Organism Diet and the Four Temperaments Styles of Education Education and the Anthroposophic Movement German source: "Der padagogisch Wert der Menschenerkenntnis und der Kulturwert der Padagogik" (CW 310)."
Human Values in Education
10 Lectures, Arnheim, Holland July 17-24, 1924
The Foundations of Waldorf Education
Mind, Body & Spirit