In this book, Aeppli, an experienced Waldorf teacher, allows us to enter his classroom — we hear the children speak, we see their little faces, and we remember for a while what it was like to be eight years old. Through his children, we gain insights that serve as invaluable guides not only for educators, but also for all adults. He presents a challenge to the teacher: how to penetrate into the inner being of the subject, to grasp its essence, to transform it artistically and present it to the children in a way that fits their own evolving tuner orientation. This exciting approach to the subject is not just another theory about good education. Aeppli writes out of experience. His goal: to send young adults into the world who can stand on their own two feet and who can accept responsibility for their own actions.
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