Early development. Waldorf education

Early development. Waldorf education

Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian-born scientist, artist and philosopher, founded the first Waldorf school in 1919 in the German city of Stuttgart. It is based on a deep understanding of the inner world of a child: who he is, how he develops, how he responds to the impact of the surrounding world. The task of such education is the versatile development of the baby. Training, which includes both hands, and head, and heart. Education that does not load children's memory, requiring a preschooler to memorize a poem, alphabet, or the order of numbers. The Waldorf education system enables the child to learn to recognize himself in this world and become a vibrant personality, a free person.

On the features of Waldorf pedagogy, read on.

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  • Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

    Early development. Waldorf education

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