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Towards Creative Teaching: Notes to an Evolving Curriculum for Steiner Waldorf Class Teachers 3ed

by Martyn Rawson Steiner Waldorf School Fellowship
Pub Date:
02/2013
ISBN:
9780863159619
Format:
Pbk 256 pages
Price:
AU$34.99 NZ$36.51
Product Status: In Stock Now
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This wonderful resource book for Steiner-Waldorf class teachers offers ideas for planning, shaping and developing lessons for Classes 1 to 8.Taking the Waldorf curriculum as its basis, and without being restrictive or prescriptive, this book comes out of a teachers' working group and provides helpful suggestions to both class teachers and subject specialists, adding to the richness and imagination of each teacher's own work. The book is a truly comprehensive overview of all main-lesson and accompanying subjects, offering a wealth of guidance, knowledge and inspiration for Waldorf class teachers.This revised third edition is published in association with the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship.
'[This book] should be in every kindergarten and home-educator's library!' --Kindling
Martyn Rawson has taught in Waldorf Schools in the UK. He currently lives in Germany and works for the International Waldorf Schools Federation. Brien Masters was a teacher of music at the Michael Hall Waldorf School in Sussex, England. He was editor of the educational journal Child and Man and he is also the author The Waldorf Song Book (Floris Books, 1987).