Synopses & Reviews
This basic introduction to the Waldorf School describes the philosophy and ideals behind the movement that aims to help children become freethinking, socially responsible adults with initiative.
There are over 700 Steiner Waldorf Schools in 40 countries, including 127 in the United States, making it the largest independent educational movement in the world.
Rudolf Steiner is most widely known as the founder of the Waldorf Schools and for his innovative ideas on children's mental, physical and emotional development. What these ideas were and how they have been put into practice are clearly described and vividly illustrated by pertinent examples from the classroom and the curriculum.