Steiner and the Waldorf Pedagogy

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925)

Rudolf Steiner is the creator of the Waldrof pedagogical method, which implies the link between pedagogy, biodynamic agriculture, anthroposophic medicine and eurythymia. His anthroposophical science or philosophy, or anthroposophy was the basis of his work.

Waldorff Pedagogy seeks to develop the natural abilities of children in their relationship with nature, enhance the sensory experiences of the first years of life. It also seeks to strike a balance between the rhythms of life and the rhythms of nature.

Waldorfe pedagogy seeks to work relevant knowledge in connection with nature. For example shaping wax, sewing colored cloths, kneading and baking bread, working with natural materials such as wood logs, shells and cork, or caring for the garden and garden.

These activities seek to develop children’s senses, stimulate their imagination, give vitality and the joy of living, always betting on a greater connection and respect for nature.