Developing the Will by Working with Pure Forms in the First Three Grades
Hella Loewe; Translated by Karin DiGiacomo
A detailed look at modelling in the Steiner-Waldorf curriculum, and how it can be used in a class with social and behavioural challenges.
In this well-illustrated book Hella Loewe describes her research and practice of working with modelling in the early years of a Steiner-Waldorf school. She describes meeting a class of mixed nationalities with social and behavioral challenges, and how she was able to temper this class through specific modelling techniques.
Are the children coming into our classrooms today requiring more will-centered activities? Loewe believes this is so and challenges teachers to take a new look at the traditional Waldorf modelling curriculum through her re-examination of Rudolf Steiner's indications.
Contents include: Modeling with Clay in the First Grade Step-by-Step Guide for Grades One through Three Practical Experiences About the Effects of Modeling with Clay Excerpts by Rudolf Steiner Regarding Sculptural Modeling
Softcover. 210 x 216 mm. 114 pages, with 45 black and white photographs.
Waldorf Publications, 2006.
About the Author
Hella Loewe was born in Munster, Germany in 1937. She was a Waldorf class teacher for more than 20 years, with a particular interest in sculpture.
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