Rudolf Steiner

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Austrian philosopher who founded anthroposophy (1861-1925)


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It was an easy decision to make the new school building for the Motueka Rudolf Steiner school the focus of our Christmas donations.
They are run in line with educational theories of Rudolf Steiner, an Austrian academic born in 1861.
JENNIFER was a member of the drama club at the Rudolf Steiner School in New York before studying Music & Art and Performing Arts.
Early on in the first chapter we learn that Saariaho spent the thirteen years of her pre-collegiate education at the Rudolf Steiner School in Helsinki.
I applied to become a teacher in the Rudolf Steiner education system.
Johnson explains key influences upon Barfield such as Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy, C.
Much later, it was introduced as a cancer treatment by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the founder of anthroposophical medicine (Steiner 1985).
Organizers consulted with Rudolf Steiner, best known for his Waldorf schools and for the philosophy of "biodynamism," where farmers pay close attention to the nature and nurture of the soil.
He said that Roshni Association was also running a primary school for (normal) village children based on the Waldorf School Concept, a child friendly education concept started by Rudolf Steiner in Germany in 1919.
His grandfather, David Clement, from Stourbridge was a pioneering biodynamic farmer in the 1930s, when he joined the Rudolf Steiner Sunfield community for disabled children in Selly Oak, Birmingham.
Thanks to brilliant scientist and philosopher Rudolf Steiner, biodynamic farmers are obliged to take note of all things astral--or spiritual, if you like--when growing food.
Rudolf Steiner initiated their exploration and technical development to create "special structures" and new "aggregation processes" of mistletoe compounds while the two extracts are merged by drop impacts in a rotating fluid vessel.