Learning to Think in Steiner-Waldorf Schools

@article{Oberski2006LearningTT,
  title={Learning to Think in Steiner-Waldorf Schools},
  author={I. Oberski},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={5},
  pages={336 - 349}
}
  • I. Oberski
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology
The Steiner-Waldorf schools are well known for offering a curriculum infused with creative activities and for introducing cognitive education at a later stage compared to most other schools. There are 893 Steiner-Waldorf schools worldwide, including 29 in the UK (England 23, Scotland 4, N-Ireland 1, Wales 1), 121 in the USA, and 16 in Canada (Bund der Freien Waldorfschulen, 2005). Whereas there has been a growing concern with the teaching of thinking and thinking skills from the start of… Expand
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