Kinesthetic Learning for Adolescents: Learning Through Movement and Eurythmy
Each elementary school child has opportunities on a daily basis to learn by using his hands, by moving, singing and through other activities. Learning with movement activities brings joy and success. Is this learning modality given the attention it warrants at the secondary level? Do high school students need to just grapple with information or do they need to be engaged and active in their learning?
This book addresses these questions and presents many examples most notably through eurythmy.
About the Author
Leonore Russell has over thirty years’ experience in education and eurythmy and works as a consultant to Waldorf schools. She lives in Garden City, NY.