The contributions in this book deal with the process of incarnation in the first three years of life. They highlight questions concerning walking-, speaking- and learning to think of the young child – on the one hand from the viewpoint of anthroposophic knowledge of the human being, and on the other hand from research by Emmi Pikler.
• How can the young child be given enough free space, to best unfold his innate capacities for the future?
• How can the child’s autonomous will to learn be supported and promoted, so that his personality can develop on the basis of trust and security?
• How can the relationship skills of the young child be formed by attentive and trusting togetherness in care situations, as prerequisite to be freely active.
• How should the surrounding of the little child be designed, also with regard to the self-education and self-development of the parents and educators, so that the child can experience being by himself and then again in connection with his surroundings?
The answers to these four essential questions correspond to the current state of knowledge and practical experience. In order to optimally support the child in his development in a world that is often not child friendly, the interdisciplinary combination of medical-psychological-pedagogical research has proven to be particularly fruitful and forward-looking. In coordination with the Association of Waldorf Kindergartens and the Medical Section at the Goetheanum.
Herausgeber Glöckler, Michaela; Grah-Wittich, Claudia
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2019
Seiten: ca 256 mit farbigen Abbildungen
Format: 23,0 x 15,8 cm