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Adventures in Steiner Education: An Introduction to the Waldorf Approach
An internationally acknowledged authority in Steiner education, Brien Masters has worked for decades as a teacher in both public and Waldorf schools, and has served as a teacher trainer, consultant, writer and lecturer. In Adventures in Steiner Education, he draws on his rich and varied experience to paint a vivid picture of Waldorf education in practice. Spicing the text ...more
Paperback, 222 pages
Published May 1st 2005 by Rudolf Steiner Press
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I have no background in the Waldorf philosophy and so I picked this book up in effort to learn more about the how/why, etc. In my opinion, this book was poorly designed and lacked cohesiveness. I was much more impressed and enlightened with Rudolf Steiner's The Spirit of the Waldorf School. I thought it might be too technical since I didn't have the background, but his words made much more sense. Skip this one and go with Steiner's own words.