Educating the Will
Michael Howard penetrates the depth of Waldorf education’s unique process of educating the “will” in children.
He takes the reader on a thought-filled journey into the qualities and training of the “thinking-will” the “feeling will” and the “comprehensive or common will”.
The final chapter offers practical exercises for application along with photo examples of projects.
The projects include:
- Indoor sandbox
- Form modeling
- Seed drawing
- Sand modeling
- Modeling human and animal forms
- Stone carving
- Wooden spoons and bowls
- Platonic solids
About the Author
Michael Howard, born in Vancouver, BC, in 1946, began sculpting at the age of fifteen. He received his B.F.A. from Eastern Michigan University and his M.A. in Fine Arts from Columbia Pacific University. He has studied the work of Rudolf Steiner since 1969. For thirty years, Michael has made an independent study of Rudolf Steiner’s sculpture and taught primarily in Waldorf schools and anthroposophic centers, both in Europe and North America. Since 1985, he has taught sculpture at Sunbridge College in Spring Valley, New York. He is the leader of the Visual Art Section of the Anthroposophical Society in North America.