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 [...]

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 [...]

Assessment: A Waldorf Perspective

 “We must not measure the child, we must interpret the child” - Lev Vygotsky Thinking about assessment Back in 1998 in my role as co-worker for the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship in Great [...]

Waldorf in Asia

This has been a busy summer of travelling and working. At the end of July I spent a week in the Bangalore Steiner School doing my annual advisory visit to the school. This [...]