The story of Waldorf education in the United States
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The story of Waldorf education in the United States past, present, and future by Stephen Keith Sagarin

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Published by Steiner Books in Great Barrington, MA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Waldorf method of education,
  • History

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementStephen Keith Sagarin
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLB1029.W34 S27 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25011476M
ISBN 109780880106566
LC Control Number2011034720

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(SteinerBooks) As Waldorf education becomes more popular, questions about what it is and is not become more relevant. Sagarin provides a history of Waldorf education in America, examining its methods and myths. Sagarin is faculty chair, co-founder, and a teacher at the Great Barrington Waldorf High School in western Massachusetts. Louise deForest (Editor) was a Waldorf early childhood educator for many years and now consults, lectures, and teaches internationally. She is a WECAN Board Member and Regional Representative for Mexico, and one of two North American representatives on the council of the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE)/5(87).   "Waldorf Education - A Family Guide" offers a "first look" for parents and educators into the history, philosophy, curriculum, and traditions of this unique education. This comprehensive book is a collection of articles describing the world of Waldorf Education - the fastest growing independent school movement in the world/5(31). (shelved 1 time as waldorf-education) avg rating — 1, ratings — published Want to Read saving.

Schools of North America and the Waldorf Early Childhood Association, and sev-eral public schools using Waldorf methods to enrich their teaching. There are also over 50 full-time Waldorf teacher-training institutes around the world, of these 8 are in the United States and one in Canada. No two schools are identical; each is administratively.   A morning in a Waldorf early childhood classroom almost always includes a story, which may either be told or presented as a puppet play—usually a nature story, a fairy tale, or a folktale. In Waldorf early childhood education, teachers tell stories rather than reading from a book. Mosi was homeschooled in the Waldorf tradition for many years, has a deep passion for books, is an enthusiastic book club participant, bikes to the community library regularly, supports local book stores, attends author presentations once a month, attends a writers workshop for a week every year, and even keeps a “scratch-off” poster of. In a letter to community written by David Barham, Faculty Chair at the Maine Coast Waldorf School, he states, “Certainly none of us would choose digitized instruction over the beauty of face to face interaction in the lovely Waldorf classrooms we are so lucky to have.

The Story of Waldorf Education in America is a fresh, insightful, analytical, and valuable resource for parents, teachers, and educators who would like to know more about Waldorf education - whether they have extensive experience in Waldorf education or have only just heard of it.   This story was originally published on Aug. 15, in NYT Parenting. Being in a Waldorf early-education classroom — with its pale-pink walls and an .   There’s a book by Stephen Sagarin, he’s involved in Waldorf education and the book is called The Story of Waldorf Education in the United States: Past, Present, and Future. I believe that that came out of the work on his own PhD but that is a great book for those who are interested in more detail on that exact question. Waldorf Education is not a theory but a living reality, and Selg brings this reality to life before us through the biography of the first Waldorf school. Thus, we learn to see it in a new way―in its essence, as a healing model of what education might become if the primary relationship, the inner core of a school, is the free relationship Reviews: 8.