Layers of experience: Forms of representation in a Waldorf school classroom

@article{Nicholson2000LayersOE,
  title={Layers of experience: Forms of representation in a Waldorf school classroom},
  author={David W. Nicholson},
  journal={Journal of Curriculum Studies},
  year={2000},
  volume={32},
  pages={575 - 587}
}
During the lesson block in a Waldorf sixth-grade classroom studying mediaeval history, the teacher presented content in a variety of ways, such as oral story-telling, creative writing, drawing, music, singing, and group-recitation. The teacher based her selection of forms of representation on the children's stage of development. According to the philosophical foundation of Waldorf education, anthroposophy, students in the sixth-grade are in the stage of middle-childhood, when feeling… Expand
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