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Out of his extensive experience in the Waldorf movement as teacher and lecturer, Wilkinson gives a comprehensive survey of Steiner's educational thinking and work. Steiner's visits to Britain are described, including his meeting with Margaret Macmillan, a pioneer of the nursery school movement. This helpful overview can serve as an introduction to Waldorf education or as a Out of his extensive experience in the Waldorf movement as teacher and lecturer, Wilkinson gives a comprehensive survey of Steiner's educational thinking and work. Steiner's visits to Britain are described, including his meeting with Margaret Macmillan, a pioneer of the nursery school movement. This helpful overview can serve as an introduction to Waldorf education or as a useful source book.


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Out of his extensive experience in the Waldorf movement as teacher and lecturer, Wilkinson gives a comprehensive survey of Steiner's educational thinking and work. Steiner's visits to Britain are described, including his meeting with Margaret Macmillan, a pioneer of the nursery school movement. This helpful overview can serve as an introduction to Waldorf education or as a Out of his extensive experience in the Waldorf movement as teacher and lecturer, Wilkinson gives a comprehensive survey of Steiner's educational thinking and work. Steiner's visits to Britain are described, including his meeting with Margaret Macmillan, a pioneer of the nursery school movement. This helpful overview can serve as an introduction to Waldorf education or as a useful source book.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    Stuart Macalpine

    The ideas Steiner promoted are clearly barking - really quite profoundly barking - but I have always found Steiner schools interesting. During reading this I realised it was published by my dear old friend Dan Large's family publisher in Stroud near Wynstones Steiner school, which I have visited and greatly enjoyed. So whilst this book has put me off reading anything more on Steiner, I still find his schools themselves appealing and fun, and will be visiting more in future. The ideas Steiner promoted are clearly barking - really quite profoundly barking - but I have always found Steiner schools interesting. During reading this I realised it was published by my dear old friend Dan Large's family publisher in Stroud near Wynstones Steiner school, which I have visited and greatly enjoyed. So whilst this book has put me off reading anything more on Steiner, I still find his schools themselves appealing and fun, and will be visiting more in future.

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