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Stages of learning – a Waldorf perspective

As promised in my blog following English Week, I have now written up my thoughts on the seven learning processes or stages of learning. I would be very happy to hear from readers what [...]

Step together – Waldorf in Lebanon

This blog is about my visit to Lebanon in January and some ideas that it prompted in me. My return journey was rather eventful, since my flight via Istanbul was cancelled because of heavy [...]

elewa – a learning community comes alive

First impressions and thoughts After having invested quite some time into the creation and construction of the first elewa course about ‘Sustainable language teaching and learning’, it is great to read and hear comments [...]

English Week 2016

It seems a while ago now but it was in fact only three weeks. However, it was the 20th anniversary and it was celebrated in style. For those who don’t know, English Week [...]

Manas Social Village: learning through participation within a community of practice

I have just returned from a richly rewarding trip to Kirgistan to visit the Manas Social Village, which is in the hills outside of Bishkek. The Social Village is a community in which [...]

elewa – e-learning Waldorf

An idea has got a name, is taking shape, and will be launched on November 7th! Last September I came into closer contact with e-learning or online-learning – an area of adult education [...]

Curriculm matters

Last week I was teaching on the International Masters Programme in Stuttgart - a really interesting group of young people from 21 different countries - a course on the Waldorf curriculum. While preparing this [...]