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Waldorf Science Newsletter

Published twice a year by AWSNA Publications. For subscription information or to purchase printed copies contact AWSNA Publications at (518) 634-2222 or by visiting the Why Waldorf Works website.

The Online Waldorf Library has all issues available from 1994 to the present in pdf format.

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 4 #7, Fall 1997

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 4 #7, Fall 1997

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The Pyramids
Cell Cosmology in Grade 10
Einstein's Question
What is the Goethean Science?
Prototype Waldorf Computer Course
The Earth's Interior
A River Watch Project
Thoughts about Science Curriculum Standards
Comments on the Building of a Waldorf School
Experiments:Chladni Plate Construction
Hydraulics Construction,
Raising Heavy Weights by Water Pressure,
Lightning Observation

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 3 #6, Spring 1997

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 3 #6, Spring 1997

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Space and Counter Space
New Eyes for Plants
Experiments of Academia dell Cement
Physics and Chemistry in the Grades
Goethean Science Credits
Chemistry Workshop
Table of Important Salts
Goethe's Scientific Imagination
To Infinity and Back in Class 11
PI and Trigonometry
Science in the Waldorf Kindergarten
A Note on Pascal's Triangle
Experiments

Waldorf Science Newsletter. Volume 3 #5, Fall 1996

Waldorf Science Newsletter. Volume 3 #5, Fall 1996

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First lessons in Astronomy
Steps in the Development of Thinking (Power of Judgment)
Computer Science and Computers in the Waldorf School
Technology
Computers in Education
Some Characteristics of the Computer
Computers and Consciousness

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 2 #4, Spring 1996

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 2 #4, Spring 1996

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Current Research
Strange Theories
Science Education and Wonder
The Human Earth
Steiner's Counterspace Examined
The Cow
Language and the Book of Nature
Experiment: Colored-Flame Flash Paper

Waldorf Science Newsletter, volume 2, #3, Fall 1995

Waldorf Science Newsletter, volume 2, #3, Fall 1995

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Grade 12 Physics by von Mackensen
Biology Teaching in the 11th Grade
Euclid's Algorithm
The Logos and Goethean Observation
Nature Education
Aristotle's Taste Spectrum
Experiments: Rainbows for 7th and/or 12th Grade
Making a Density Column
Algebra
Computer Science

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 1, #2, Spring 1995

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 1, #2, Spring 1995

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The Characteristics of Drugs
Eratosthenes Revived
The Golden Number
Educational Guidelines for a Chemical Formula Language
The Properties of Acids and Bases
Walter Lebendörfer on Chemistry
What is Home?
Waldorf Environmental Curriculum
Experiments: Grade 11, Phosphorous
Grade 10, Salts
The Black Box
Shadows in a Mirror
The Bentham Top
Making Simple Chromotropes
Making a Electrical Switch
The World's Simplest Electrical Motor
Convection in a Tank

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 1, #1, Fall 1994

Waldorf Science Newsletter, Volume 1, #1, Fall 1994

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Acoustics in Grade 6
Teaching About Alcohol in Grade 8 Chemistry
The Chemistry Curriculum: The Debate over Teacher Demonstration vs. Student Experimentation
Spiritual Aspects of 20th Century Science
Overview of Waldorf Science Curriculum
Characteristics of the Major Sugars
Goethe's Meditation on Granite. Experiments: Physics/Mechanics for Grade 7 or 8; Geometry
Physiology, Grade 7 or 8; Physics/Optics, Grade 6
Physics/Acoustics. Grade 6; Metals; Lab Report for Chemistry, Grade 9; Physiology, Grade 9 Lab exercise
Grade 9 Lab Report, Chemistry
Physiology Lab Exercise
Lab Report, Chemistry Grade 9
Cultural Geography