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Disciplina-Guiando Estilo Ángel: Acercarse a la disciplina de un lado puede afianzar la confianza y la cooperación

Este artículo ha sido traducido del inglés y originalmente apareció  en la revista LILIPOH. Esta es una publicación trimestral que tiene  fuertes conexiones con la educación Waldorf, conceptos de cultivo biodinámico y con  la antroposofía de Rudolf Steiner. Somos una voz para motivar cambios sociales, una vida saludable y un estilo de vida holístico. www.lilipoh.com Agradecemos a Nathalie de los ... Read More ►

Preventing Addiction; Help children find satisfaction and self-worth by giving them opportunities to DO more

By Nancy Blanning Spring 2016, Campaign Finance and the Social Order in the 2016 Election - Issue #83, Vol. 21 This title may seem strange for a column that is regularly focused upon early childhood. But it is in the earliest years of life when addiction prevention forms its bedrock. To understand this, we need to picture the pathway of ... Read More ►

Waldorf Values Find a Home in Cohousing Communities

By Neshama Abraham Paiss Issue: Summer 2005, HEALTH & THE SENSES - Issue #40 Today when I picked up my six-year old daughter from her Waldorf school, I felt delight at the lively conversations among the parents, teachers and kids of all ages. It reminded me of how people socialize in our cohousing courtyard. Turning to Halonah I said, “You ... Read More ►

Math – An Exercise in Esoteric Development

By Lori Mackinder Issue: Spring 2007, Staying Human in the Computer Age; Issue #47 The heart chakra, a 12-petalled lotus flower, is the chakra to develop for our current time. We associate the heart as the center of our love, our compassion, and the warmth and coldness of our soul. According to the writings of Rudolf Steiner, six of the ... Read More ►

HeartMath

Lilipoh editor Walter Alexander interviews Rollin McCraty, PhD, research director of the Institute of HeartMath Spring 2009: Redefining Education - Issue #55, Vol. 14 The Institute of HeartMath, founded in 1991 by Doc Childre, has conducted groundbreaking research on heart/brain communication and the power of coherence, a highly efficient psychological state where all the systems of the body work together ... Read More ►

Who Will Teach the Teachers?

By Thomas Patteson and Laura Birdsall Issue: Issue #57 Vol. 14, Autumn 2009 New Approaches to Professional Development in Waldorf Schools Background Impartial observers might have the impression that the educational reform debate has become a standoff. On one side politicians and parents are demanding that schools be made more accountable. On the other side teachers resent the imposition of ... Read More ►

Overload

By Nancy Blanning Overstimulated and Underprotected in the Modern Media World Information, useful and trivial, wanted or not, bombards us constantly. Our senses are continually stimulated. In self-protection, I have personally found an email access that avoids a “home page”— I no longer am assaulted with the latest celebrity news, nor the disaster of the moment, whether actual or threatened, ... Read More ►

Who’s Idea Is Your Child Thinking?

By Nancy Blanning The Effects of Media on Your Child’s Context for Life It is our fondest hope as parents and teachers that our children will be allowed to encounter the world directly through the freshness and unprejudiced vision of their own eyes, ears, and hands. I think of our grandson’s dedication to snail-watching last spring and summer. Nothing was ... Read More ►

Spring 2015, Issue #79: Editor’s Note

Dear Readers, Many of us in the US are surprised to hear that Waldorf education is being allowed to flourish in China. Rudolf Steiner initiated Waldorf schools as a way to educate children who would have the capacity to bring about positive social change. He wrote: "The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility, these ... Read More ►