Resources

It isn’t always easy to find your way in the Steiner Waldorf network. To help you navigate, we have collected some relevant resources. Our list is constantly being developed. To help us in this task, please do not hesitate to suggest any sources, articles, books. Send your ideas to enswap@enswap.org.

All national Steiner Waldorf school associations, federations, schools and kindergartens are listed on the Waldorf World List.

Organisations

International Forum (The Hague Circle)

European Council for Steiner Waldorf Education

International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education

European Forum for Freedom in Education

Waldorf 100

Freunde der Erziehungskunst Rudolf Steiners

Waldorf one World-Day

International Association for Waldorf Pedagogy in Middle- and Eastern-Europe and Further Eastern Countries

Alliance for Childhood

Learning for Well-Being

European Council of National Associations of Independent Schools

Botín Foundation

European Alliance of Initiatives for Applied Anthroposophy

Other Resources

“Erziehungskunst – Waldorf Education today” magazine

Waldorf Today

Waldorf Resources

Waldorf Research Educators Network

Research on Steiner Education

Research Institute for Waldorf Education

Christopher Clouder

Articles and research on digitalisation

The following are interesting articles on the topic of the 2018 conference. These writings present different ideas, research and views on this theme. The contents do not necessarily present ENSWaP’s view on digitalisation in the classroom. Our aim is to provide some interesting background reading material.

Struwwelpeter 2.0 – Media competency and Waldorf education, Bund der Freien Waldorfschulen

Struwwelpeter 2.0 – Medienmündigkeit und Waldorfpädagogik, Bund der Freien Waldorfschulen

Stuwwelpeter 2.1 – Ein Leitfaden  für Eltern durch den Medien-Dschungel, Bund der Freien Waldorfschulen

Students learn way more effectively from print textbooks than screens – Business Insider

Could Steiner schools have a point on children, tablets and tech? – The Guardian

Too much Facebook causes ‘virtual autism’ claim experts – International Business Times

Scientific reseach to be found on the ELIANT website