A Steiner Home School?

An Overview for Those Planning a Natural Learning Program for Their Child/ren

Alan Whitehead


The Steiner educational impulse was born in the world (1919 Germany) when homeschooling was something provided by parents of necessity because they lacked the wealth to send their children elsewhere. Even though Steiner’s approach was created for school use, over the years it has proved equally beneficial for the new generations of homeschoolers: those who consciously choose to guide their children’s education. The contents of this volume are: History and Structure; Bureaucracy-Community-Family; Resources & Facilities; Teachers & Training; Curriculum & Programming; Content; Creativity; Discipline; Extracurricular; Obstacles; High School and Qualifications; The Future; Childhood Illnesses; Children’s Drawing as Therapy

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