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Education For Special Needs

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 9781855844094
Genre : Children with disabilities
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‘Essentially we do not really have the right to talk about normality or abnormality in a child’s inner life, nor indeed in the inner life of human beings altogether... One does not gain much from such labelling, and the first thing to happen should be that the physician or the teacher rejects such an assessment, and goes further than saying that something is clever or sensible according to the way people are habitually thinking.’ – Rudolf Steiner Speaking in 1924, when general attitudes to people with special needs were far from enlightened, Rudolf Steiner gave this seminal course of lectures to a small group of teachers and doctors as a fundamental basis for their future work. In the cultural context of the time, regressive ideas such as Social Darwinism and Eugenics were not only tolerated but popular (some 15 years after these lectures were delivered, the Nazis were to initiate their so-called ‘euthanasia’ programme). In contrast, Steiner – who as a young man had successfully tutored a boy with special needs – was devoted to the progressive task of special education and, in the words of one of those present, ‘...gave the course with pleasure and satisfaction’. In the twelve lectures, Rudolf Steiner describes polarities of illness and derives courses of treatment from a comprehensive analysis. He considers many individual cases in detail and gives indications on therapeutic exercises, diet and medicine. The ‘I’ (or self), he states, relates directly to the physical body, and spirit and soul need to be taken into consideration when making diagnoses. Throughout the course Steiner gives valuable advice regarding the educator’s own development, emphasizing the need for enthusiasm, humour and courage. As with Steiner’s lectures on agriculture, which stimulated the birth of the worldwide biodynamic movement, this single course has had a huge international impact, inspiring the founding of hundreds of schools and communities for people with special needs – encompassing both the Camphill and Steiner special education movements. Revolutionary in its approach, the far-reaching perspectives of these lectures are a living source of inspiration to both professionals in the field and parents and others seeking spiritual insight. This new edition features a fresh translation, introductory material, notes, colour plates and an index.
Category: Children with disabilities

The Children Of The Curative Education Course

Author : Wilhelm Uhlenhoff
ISBN : 0863156606
Genre : Education
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This book offers seventeen detailed case studies of children with special needs, dating back to the early twentieth century. The clinical and social background of each child is presented, and their interactions with Rudolf Steiner are described.Uhlenhoff documents Steiner’s recommendations concerning medication, curative eurythmy and other educational therapies and then traces their continuing progress over the coming months and years. The development of each child is described in great detail and with great warmth, with meaningful anecdotes adding colour and depth to the accounts.
Category: Education

Curative Education

Author : Henning Hansman
ISBN : PSU:000009460928
Genre : Children with disabilities
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Children With Special Needs

Author : Michael Luxford
ISBN : 0880103817
Genre : Education
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A concise, illustrated introduction to Steiner's ideas on the education of children with special needs. These insights have led to the creation of special schools, communities, and villages throughout the world, collectively known as the "curative education movement." An important part of this network is made up of the Camphill schools and communities, which are found in some 20 countries worldwide.
Category: Education

By The Light Of The Lanthorn

Author : Siegfried W. Rudel
ISBN : 9781906999278
Genre : Religion
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'We cannot hold a torch to another's path without brightening our own.' - Ben Sweetland When Council Inspector Paul Clark visited the Peredur Trust in Cornwall over 20 years ago, he was under pressure to serve a legal notice to comply with various regulations or face closure. He expected to encounter a cult organization with weird and unpalatable practices. In the event, he found something quite different. As he says in his Foreword: 'I came to inspect - I stopped to evaluate - and I remained to admire ' Paul later became the Trust's chief executive. The Peredur Trust has been caring for disadvantaged and differently-abled individuals, effectively and successfully, for over 60 years. Siegfried Rudel, its President and one of its four founders, tells the story of how the impulse behind the organization - which is inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner - first transpired. But this is not simply the narrative and history of a single organization. Rather, this book represents a universal cultural impulse that embraces the needs of our time, and one that reappears today in many residential communities for people with special needs around the world.In a fascinating presentation, and with the aid of many archival photographs, In the Light of the Lanthorn tackles interrelated themes including the arts, the environment, sustainability, agriculture and nutrition - all in the light of working with individuals with special needs.
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A Practical Guide To Curative Education

Author : Robyn M. Brown
ISBN : 1584209828
Genre : Education
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The last two decades have seen a significant rise in the number of children being diagnosed with mental and behavioural disorders. As yet there is no definitive consensus as to why this is, or what it means about the world in which we live. Neverthless, parents and educators are being faced with challenges they did not foresee, and are often ill-equipped to address. Steiner-Waldorf education is based on the principle of seeing every child as an individual -- nothing is 'normal' or 'abnormal'; labelling children doesn't help. Drawing on the ideas of Rudolf Steiner's pioneering Curative Education course, this book goes back to basics and examines the potential benefits of this unique educational approach in today's classrooms. Robyn Brown, an experienced teacher, argues that it can lead to calmer, more productive learning spaces and children who develop into rounded individuals, ready to become responsible and creative citizens.At a time when even longtime experienced educators are struck by how the dynamics of their classrooms have changed, this is a much needed reminder of a tried and tested approach which can work for every child, and ultimately for a society.
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The Therapeutic Eye

Author : Peter Selg
ISBN : 9781621511120
Genre : BODY, MIND & SPIRIT
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Rudolf Steiners extraordinary ability to perceive the inner nature and development of children provided insights at many levels and areas of the creative learning process. He spoke of this ability as a precondition for all forms of healthy childhood educationincluding special educationand suggested that teachers should develop such a capacity within themselves., Dr. Peter Selg discusses Steiners views on childhood development, how teachers can look at children, and ways that these approaches can be used to develop lessons and classroom activities to deal with behavioral extremes and learning challenges.
Category: BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Spiritual Healing With Children With Special Needs

Author : Bob Woodward
ISBN : 9781843105459
Genre : Medical
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This book gives a fascinating account of individual healing sessions with children with complex special needs and moderate to severe learning difficulties. Drawing on his extensive experience, Bob Woodward shows how spiritual healing can help children with special needs to achieve peace and relaxation.
Category: Medical

Autism

Author : Marga Hogenboom
ISBN : 9781782500261
Genre : Medical
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Educating and caring for an autistic child is a severely difficult task, too often associated with frustration and disappointment. As a result, the inner development of children with autism is at times considered to be beyond the reach of parents and carers. This book challenges that assumption, exploring case studies where therapy based on a holistic approach has resulted in marked improvements in the autistic child's behaviour and social integration. With an extended holistic programme, autistic children discover inner self-awareness and self-recognition, leading to first steps in relationships and social skills. The authors describe in detail their own practical experiences, as well as the findings of other experts in the field. This new third edition covers recent developments in diagnostic methods and approaches to treatment, including new case studies and a new chapter looking at the sensory aspect of autism and Sensory Integration Therapy. Well-researched and movingly written, this book has an essential, positive message for all those involved in the care and education of autistic children.
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Aspects Of Curative Education

Author : Carlo Pietzner
ISBN : UOM:39015062908218
Genre : Children with disabilities
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Being Human

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ISBN : 9781621511069
Genre : MEDICAL
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Educating Traumatized Children

Author : Bernd Ruf
ISBN : 9781584201564
Genre : Education
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Since 2006, specialists, doctors, psychologists, and therapists of Parzival-Zentrum Karlsruhe have taken part in emergency education crisis interventions, carried out by the organization Friends of Friends of Waldorf Education. They work with psychologically traumatized children and young people in war zones and disaster areas, including Lebanon, China, the Gaza Strip, Indonesia, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan, and most recently in Japan following the tsunami there and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. Bernd Ruf, who heads these operations, describes in his book in various ways the basics of anthroposophically extended “emergency education,” including the anthroposophic understanding of trauma itself. In addition, he describes processes and experiences, focusing on recent experiences in Japan at the center of his descriptions. Educating Traumatized Children offers much-needed insight into this little-known area of education and healing for traumatized children and young people. This book will be valuable not only for those working in areas of disaster and armed conflict, but also for any teacher or parent who is teaching or caring for a traumatized child.
Category: Education

Children With A Difference

Author : Walter Holtzapfel
ISBN : 0906155487
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Based on Rudolf Steiner's course of lectures on curative education, this concise but comprehensive book addresses all types and aspects of special needs education, deepening and elaborating on Steiner's original ideas.Dr Walter Holtzapfel gives valuable insight into the physiological background of psychology disorders, and offer many suggestions to educators to find new ways of providing help to children and their families.
Category: Family & Relationships

Brothers And Sisters

Author : Karl König
ISBN : 9781782501015
Genre : Social Science
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Are you an oldest, middle, youngest or only child? What effect has your birth order had on your life? In this classic work, Karl König attempts to explain the various characteristi of first-, second- and third-born people, without losing sight of the tremendous individuality of the human being. Just as our environment shapes our language, social behaviour and mannerisms, so our place in the family also determines how we encounter life. This book is a fascinating handbook for parents, teachers and carers. Over the years it has become a definitive reference on the subject of child development.
Category: Social Science

Rhythms Of Learning

Author : Rudolf Steiner
ISBN : 9780880109741
Genre : EDUCATION
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Waldorf education, an established and growing independent school movement, continues to be shaped and inspired by Rudolf Steiner's numerous lectures on education. In Rhythms of Learning, key lectures on children and education have been thoughtfully chosen from the vast amount of material by Steiner and presented in a context that makes them approachable and accessible. In his many discussions and lectures, Steiner shared his vision of an education that considers the spirit, soul, and physiology in children as they grow. Roberto Trostli, an experienced Waldorf teacher, has selected the works that best illustrate the fundamentals of this unique approach. In each chapter, Trostli explains Steiner's concepts and describes how they work in the contemporary Waldorf classroom. We learn how the teacher-child relationship and the Waldorf school curriculum changes as the students progress from kindergarten through high-school. This book will serve as an excellent resource for parents who want to understand how their child is learning. Parents will be better prepared to discuss their child's education with teachers, and teachers will find it a valuable reference source and communication tool.
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Aspects Of Youth Guidance

Author : Cornelius M. Pietzner
ISBN : 9780880109598
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Rudolf Steiner

Author : Maria Josepha Krück von Poturzyn
ISBN : UOM:39015000559511
Genre : Education
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