Author : Steiner Rudolf
Title : Rudolf Steiner in the Waldorf school Lectures and addresses to children, parents, and teachers 1919 – 1924
Year : 1925
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Introduction. It is December 21, 1919, and Rudolf Steiner is addressing a Christmas assembly of teachers, parents, and students of the newly formed Waldorf School. “Do you love your teachers?” he asks the children. “Yes,” comes the resounding reply. A few minutes later in his talk he repeats, “. . . I would like to ask you again, ‘Don’t you all sincerely love your teachers?’” “Yes, we do,” shout the children. These earnest questions and fervent answers are repeated many times in the next few years on his frequent visits to the school. Many who were present on such occasions have described how Steiner would make his way across the school grounds besieged by a sea of children clinging to his coat and trousers. How many Waldorf teachers today, while seeking insight into a pedagogical problem, planning a parent meeting, or preparing a public presentation wish to have before them this founder of the education! How many dream of having Rudolf Steiner present on their campuses to provide inspiration and direction! In these addresses English-speaking readers can share a bit of the enthusiasm felt by those who experienced the presence of this remarkable Austrian philosopher and spiritual scientist. All of the talks in this collection were given between September 1919 and June 1924 at the first Waldorf School in Stuttgart, Germany. The addresses to students, teachers, and parents were offered on such occasions as the opening of the school year, Christmas and Easter assemblies, parents meetings, and the opening of a new building. One particularly poignant talk was delivered immediately following the tragic burning of the Goetheanum, the newly constructed center of the anthroposophical movement inaugurated by Steiner. ...
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