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Journal for Waldorf Rudolf Steiner Education (New Zealand)

Published by The Initiative Circles of the Education (Pedagogical) Section in Australia, Hawai’i and New Zealand.
The Online Waldorf Library offers articles in issues from 2004 to the present.

Journal for Waldorf Rudolf Steiner Education (New Zealand)

October 2015

Entire issue in one file: Volume 17.2
2015 SEA Conference: Transforming Understanding into Action by Peggy Day
Kolisko Conference: Trauma in Childhood, Building Resilience in the 21st Century
Painting and Drawing Curriculum for Waldorf Classes 6-8 by Susie Gray
A Personal Reflection on the Kolisko Conference by Bernadette White
Inner Development: Main Lesson Preparation by Lynne Klugman
The Art of Eurythmy and the Word by Bevis Stevens
In Memoriam: John Blackwood
L'Ecole du Domaine du Possible by Jan Baker-Finch
Teacher Education in Malaysia; International Forum

Volume 16.2 November 2014 will be posted soon

April 2014

Entire Issue in one file, Volume 16 #1
Editorial by Neil Carter
The Teacher as Time Artist by Peggy Day
The I Knows Itself by Peter Glasby
Resurgence in China by Ben Cherry
The Educator's View of the Human Being by Tracey Puckeridge and Neil Boland
Celebrating the 9th Year of Glenaeon Teacher Intensives by Peggy Day
An Eulogy for Peter Glasby by Karl Karltenbach and Jan Baker-Finch
Peter Glasby by Johannes Kühl
Book Reviews
Conferences and Seminars 2014

September 2013

Entire issue in one file, Volume 15 #2
Editorial by Neil Carter and Peter Glasby
Six Weeks in Australia: Surveying and Scuba Diving by Jayesh Narashimhulu
Robin Baccus in Retirement
A Journey with Number by Lesley Waite
How are you Like Eagles by Jack Petrash
Movable Classroom Concept by Julianne Smutz
Supporting Development and Learning by Julie Sale and Imelda Verbaak
Gudrun Koller's Angel Tapestries
The Life of David Mitchell by Patrice Maynard
Parzival - A Main Lesson Block by Tintin Ongpin-Montes
Asian Waldorf Teacher's Conference by Kathy MacFarlane

March, 2013

Entire Issue in one file, Volume 15 #1
Editorial by Neil Carter
Art and the Integration of Head, Heart and Hands by Van James
The Impact of Television on Child Development by Robyn Richie
Behaviour and Boundaries by John Allison
"Our Long march" by Zewu Li and Li Zhang
Bunga by Edith van der Meer
Foreign Language Teaching and the Art of Education by Christof Wiechert
Preparing to be a Teacher by Robin Baccus

December, 2012

Entire issue in one file, Volume 14.2 by Editors: Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Editorial by Neil Cater, Peter Glasby
Creating a Culture of Wonder Reverence and Devotion - A Class Teacher’s Perspective by Rosie Simpson
Goetheanum Glimpses - World Teacher's Conference 2012 by Tracey Puckeridge
International Early Childhood Conference 2012 by Kathy MacFarlane
Canoe the Murray Down...Every Adventure Begins with an Idea by Woody Clark
A Joint Surveying Main Lesson - With Class 10 students from Hyderabad, India and Samford Valley, Australia by P. Jayesh Narsimhulu
Pedagogical Section Progress Report by Florian Osswald
Is Wireless Technology Safe? by Dr. Donald Palmer
The Six-Hole Pipe - An instrument for young children in Steiner schools by Chris Baccus

March, 2012

Entire issue in one file, Volume 14.1 by Editors: Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Editorial by Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Learning for Life - Learning from Life by Florian Osswald
Free Schools - Free Spirits by Rod Tomlinson
A Precautionary Tale about Wi-fi by Anne Gastinger
Working with Angels by Helmut van Küegelgen
Anthroposophical Society's 2012 Conference
Morphology and Orthogenetic Evolution by John Blackwood
The Form of the Main Lesson by Rachel Pomeroy
Stepping Stones to a Deeper Understanding of the Human Brain by Kerstin Andersson

November, 2011

Entire issue in one file, Volume 13.2 by Editors: Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Editorial by Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Painting Problems: Making Aesthetic Sense of Color by Van James
Our Feathered Friends - Amazing Nest Builders by Jeremy Board
Maori Spirituality and Anthroposophy by Simone Hamblet
Thoughts on the History Curriculum of a Waldorf School - in particular, China by Ineke van Florenstein Mulder
Emergency Pedagogy in Japan by Susan Gray
A Curriculum Journey- from an individual to a national perspective by Tracey Puckeridge
Inner Development of the Teacher - How it may allow the Light of the Subjects to Shine by Florian Osswald

April, 2011

Entire issue in one file, Volume 13.1 by Editors:Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Editorial by Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Class 11 Botany Camp - An Approach by Peter Glasby
Anxiety, Nervousness, & Timidity, An Anthroposophic Medical Perspective by Michael Sargent, M.D.
The Oversensitive Child by Robyn Ritchie
True Resilience is Robust Vulnerability by Lisa Devine
Developing our Potential to Learn by Annette Brian
On the Question of the Three-Fold Structure of the Main Lesson, A Stimulus for Discussion by Christof Wiechert
Something to be Passionate About by Alduino Mazzone PhD in collaboration with Susan Laing - Reviewed by John Allison

October 2010

Entire issue in one file, Volume 12.2 by Editors: Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Building a Lime Calcination Kiln for Class 7 Chemistry by Peter Glasby
Learner Centered Geography - Main Lessons at Michael Mount Waldorf School, Johannesburg, South Africa by Clinton D. van der Merwe & Elizabeth Swanepoel
Putting on a Class Play with Children by Robyn Hewetson
How do we go About Developing Curriculum in a Waldorf School? by Peter Glasby
Parenting the Will by Mary Willow
Connecting with Today's Children: Body, Soul and Spirit - Kolisko Conference, July 2010 by Neil Carter
Education and Integrity of Self - Kolisko Conference Opening by Margaret Snowdon
Inspirations for Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy, Hyderabad, India by Anandhi

May, 2010

Entire issue in one file, Volume 12.1 by Editors: Neil Carter, Peter Glasby
Guy Fawkes River National Park Trip by Bob Sutherland
Schooling Character in the Wilderness by Ronald Koetzsch Ph.D.
Going through. taking in, considering - A Three Phase Learning as a Method for Teaching Epochs by Dr. Manfred von Mackensen (Translated by Balindt-Small)
Turning Tides: Creating Dialogue between Rudolf Steiner and 21st Century Academic Discourses by Dr. Jennifer M. Gidley
Reading Research Supports Waldorf Approach by Dr. Sebastian Suggate

November, 2009

Issue 11.2 - November 2009 - entire issue in one file
The Portrait: Picturing Oneself in the World by Van James
Learning to Accompany the Child - Part Two by John Allison
Evolution caught between intelligent design by Diederic Ruarus
Our own Australian Steiner National Curriculum Framework by Rosemary Gentle
Book Review - The Secret Language of Form: Visual Meaning in Art and Nature by Robyn Hewetson
Research into Early Reading Instruction and Luke Effects in the Development of Reading by Sebastian Suggate
Standardised Testing and Rudolf Steiner Education by Thomas Proctor
Why National Standards must allow for the Special Character of Schools by Sebastian Suggate
Stars and Rocks - A Trip into the Flinders Ranges, South Australia by Paul White
South East Asian Waldorf and Waldorf Inspired Kindergartens and Schools List

May 2009

Etched in Stone - Some things Teachers should know about Computers by Stuart Rushton
Learning to Accompany the Child - Part One by John Allison
Views on High-Stakes Testing, Profiling and Protection of Childhood by David Mitchell, Douglas Gerwin, Ernst Schuberth, Michael Mancini, and Hansjorg Hofrichter
Standardised Testing in Australia and National Curriculum by Jennifer West
Submission to the National Curriculum Board in Australia by John Blackwood
Failure of Schools to Educate by Tim Hawkes
The Seer and the Scientist: Rudolf Steiner and Jean Piaget on Children's Development by Stephen Sagarin
Climate Crisis and Waldorf Education by Benjamin Cherry
Help for a Suffering Child by John Taylor
To Homework or not to Homework? That is the Question by Thomas Poplawski
Personal Evolution for World Evolution - Rudolf Steiner's Attitude Towards Charles Darwin by Paul White
National Certificate High School Qualification for Steiner Schools in New Zealand: an Update by Jane Patterson
Will Developed Intelligence - guest speaker- Bernard Graves by Angela Romaine
Autism Spectrum Conference by Tracey Puckeridge

January 2008

Journal for Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner Education - January 2008
Articles in this issue include: Santal (India) Tribal Education; Salutogenesis Effects of Music; Drama as a Source of Wellness; The Mind Body Problem; Towards the World Conference 2008; Towards an Economics Curriculum in Class Twelve.

June 2007

Journal for Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner Education - June 2007
Articles in this issue include: What is the Work of the Pedagogical Section?; Parzival- The Journey Through Adolescence; Bridging the Gap Between Muslim and Christian- Reflections on Parzival and it's Medieval Background; and more.

May 2006

Journal for Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner Education - May 2006
Included in this issue: Kolisko Conference 2006; Enliving the Curriculum - Practical Work in the High School; Working with the Life Processes: The eight-year Journey of a Waldorf Class; A visit to South Africa.

November 2006

Journal for Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner Education - November 2006
Included in this issue: Class Six Camp at Staveley; Language of the Line; The Rate of Learning to Read in a Waldorf School; Working with the Life Processes Part 2; A Culture of Research

September 2005

Journal for Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner Education - September 2005
Included in this issue: Surveying Using Computer Technology; Art:The Awakener of Consciousness, Humaniser of Society; Waldorf Education in China.

April, 2004

Journal for Waldorf/Rudolf Steiner Education Vol. 6, #1, 2004
Included in this issue are: Aesthetic knowledge as a source for the Main Lesson; Jihad- Holy Struggle or Holy War ?; Thoughts on Information and Communication Technology; Teaching Vowels in Class I -Thoughts from the Eurythmy Teacher; and more

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