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The following articles are available in pdf format.

Organology and Physiology of Learning
Aspects of an Educational Theory of the Body
Wolfgang Schad

Social-Emotional Education and Waldorf Education
Children s social-emotional development is as important as their intellectual and physical development.
David S. Mitchell

Soul Breathing Exercises
In this brief article, Dennis Klocek offers a short, practical contribution to the inner, meditative practice of teachers.
Dennis Klocek

The Art of Knowing
Epistemological Implications for a Schooling of the Imagination.
Jonathan Code

The Waldorf Approach to Attention Related Disorders
A Creative Way to Understand and Help Children with Difficult Behavior
Kim Payne, Arthur Zajonc, and Martha Hadley

Creating a Sense of Wonder in Chemistry
David Mitchell

Organology and Physiology of Learning
Aspects of an Educational Theory of the Body
Wolfgang Schad

The Lowering of School Age and the Changes in Childhood
An Iterim Report
Claudia McKeen, Reiner Patzlaff, and Martyn Rawson

Organic Functionalism
An Important Principle of the Visual Arts in Waldorf School Crafts and Architecture

David Adams

The Push for Early Childhood Literacy
A View from Europe

Christopher Clouder

The Push for Early Childhood Literacy
A Risk Factor in Child Psychopathology

Sharna Olfman

The Push for Early Childhood Literacy
Critical Issues and Concerns

Nancy Carlsson-Paige

Non-Verbal Education
A Necessity in the Developmental Stages

Michaela Glöckler, M.D.

The Vital Role of Play in Early Childhood Education
Joan Almon

Science and the Child
Steve Talbott

In What Respect Are Star Children Different?
Studies Concerning the Extension of Childhood

Georg Kühlewind

The Teaching of Science
Stimulation of the Senses—Astute Observation—Rigorous Training in
Thinking—Phenomenological Thinking

David Mitchell

Evolution of Consciousness, Rites of Passage, and the Waldorf Curriculum
Alduino Mazzone

The Kindergarten Child
Peter Lang

Puberty as the Gateway to Freedom
Richard Landl

Soul Hygiene and Longevity for Teachers
David Mitchell

The Emergence of the Idea of Evolution in the Time of Goethe
Frank Teichmann

The Seer and the Scientist
Stephen Keith Sagarin

What Will Today’s Children Need for Financial Success in Tomorrow’s Economy?
Judy Lubin

The Tricky Triangle
Children, Parents, and Teachers
Dorit Winter


Work of the Research Fellows

Research Fellows from Autumn 2005 Bulletin