Creativity in Education: The Waldorf Approach
In these seven lectures given at the San Francisco Waldorf School, Rene M. Querido describes an educational approach that has its goal the balanced development of the whole child- hand and heart as well as the mind-an approach that is now being practiced in over 700 Waldorf schools throughout the world.
- Creative Rhythms in the Life of the Child
- The Role of Temperament in Understanding the Child
- How does Waldorf Education Prepare Children for Life?
- Geography and Our Responsibility for the Earth
- World History and the Search for Self
- The Development of Wonder, Gratitude, and Responsibility in the Growing Child
- A Creative Approach to Foreign Languages
About the Author
René Querido (1926–2004) was multinational. He taught, lectured, and wrote in French, German, Dutch, and English on Waldorf education and various anthroposophic themes. He founded and advised several Waldorf schools and served for fourteen years as director of Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, California.