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Child study – part 2

Child study is a unique form of assessment in Steiner schools – because it is anthroposophical. No other schools think it is important to use Rudolf Steiner’s “indications” on the best way to assess how a child is doing and make decisions about their future education. 744 more words

Anthroposophy

Body Relics

It has been awhile since I have blogged anything…but I have been busy, preparing for my last assessment and our MA show.
Here is a sneaky, small glimpse of what I have up too recently.

Research

Interpreting rituals-The Single woman way

Since the year 2008, I had been a single parent to two wonderful brats. In the year 2011, I decided to move out of my parents’ house. 905 more words

Feminism

Daily rituals to make every day count

Rituals can strengthen and spotlight the values, intentions, and experiences you have chosen to live by; they and can be useful when we are trying to figure out what is important. 38 more words

A Dangerous Thing

The Crazed American Girl

This morning, I drop to my knees, raise both hands to the sky and thank god for this life of mine that is unravelling right before my eyes. 1,253 more words

Leap Of Faith

Wedding reflections

My daughter’s wedding- so much joy and family and love and friends in one place at one time has left me stunned. I want to do it again, but in slow motion. 226 more words

Writing

A Routine Way of Looking at Things

I got out of bed earlier than usual this morning and went for a walk before 5:00 AM, the first time I’d done so in far too many months. 640 more words

Perspectives