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ECSWE Newsletter 31

Published on February 10th, 2012 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 31. “Schools as Learning Communities – A Conference in collaboration with the UNESCO Chair of Education at the Centro Universitario, La Salle in Madrid” It is always heartening to attend a ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 30

Published on December 10th, 2011 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 30. “First international European Waldorf Diploma conference at Emerson College” The European Waldorf Diploma (EWD) aims to be an accredited and internationally recognised qualification for Steiner Waldorf schools in Europe. The ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 29

Published on November 10th, 2011 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 29. “Science, Maths and Creativity – Reflections from Vienna” Science and Maths, best practices in creative teaching – phenomenological and symptomological methodology for better results’. University of Vienna, September 2011. In ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 28

Published on September 10th, 2011 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 28. “WOW-Day 2011” The Europe wide WOW-Day 2011 is almost here. It will take place on the 29 September and almost 150 schools in 18 countries have already applied and so ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 27

Published on May 10th, 2011 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 27. “EDUCATION AND HEALTH – Can educational practices foster physical, psychological and social health?”During this Conference we explored the pedagogical evolution necessary to respond to the change in the physical and ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 26

Published on March 10th, 2011 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 26. “Freedom and Active Citizenship – ECSWE Conference in Järna, Sweden 14 January 2011”Is freedom a liability for the modern world? If we sacrificed our claim to freedom and left the ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 25

Published on February 10th, 2011 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 25. “Report from the 3rd international Alliance for Childhood conference ‘Childhood in Balance’ held in Budapest, Hungary 13-16 October 2010”Following a speech by the Mayor Zoltán the Conference was opened by ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 24

Published on November 10th, 2010 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 24. “SOCIAL INCLUSION BY INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION”Many Steiner Waldorf schools have actively worked on the question of how to build bridges to different social groups and make the impulse of SW pedagogy ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 23

Published on August 10th, 2010 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 23. “Multilingualism”Steiner Waldorf schools have been committed to their pupils learning foreign languages since the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919. The Astoria Waldorf school, based in Germany began ... Read More


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ECSWE Newsletter 22

Published on June 10th, 2010 | by ECSWE

Download and read ECSWE Newsletter 22. “Che cosa nutre i nostri bambini? What nourishes children?”In the European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion, the theme of nourishment is addressed by the European Council for Steiner ... Read More


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  • ECSWE Newsletter 51, May 2018

    In this volume:
    • - The ELIANT Petition for age-appropriate media education;
    • - A Parliament resolution calling for educational choice;
    • - News from the ET2020 Working Group Schools;
    • - Reports of the last two Council meetings in Dornach and Cracow;
    • - Domestic reports: from Italy and the Netherlands;
    • - An update on the WOW-Day 2017;
     
  • Factsheet 2017/18

  • Partnerships

  • Recommended Research


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