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Report: Council meeting 19-22 January in Solymár, Hungary

Published on March 9th, 2017 | by ecswe2@gmail.com De Haas

Beautiful sunshine, snow still covering the streets and the rays of sunlight reflecting on the white walls of the picturesque houses of Solymár. A tranquil and pleasant atmosphere together with caring Waldorf families and teachers warmly ... Read More


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Joint ECSWE & IASWECE Meeting in Tartu, October 2016

Published on December 20th, 2016 | by ECSWE

A joint meeting around common concerns All over Europe, Steiner Waldorf schools and kindergartens find themselves confronted with the same challenges that affect the quality of childhood. They all have to deal with the question of ... Read More


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Report: Symposium on Pluralism in Assessment in Luxembourg

Published on March 1st, 2016 | by ECSWE

If the future of school education is discussed at the European level, most stakeholders quickly agree on the importance of learner-centred approaches, respecting individual learning needs. However, the established methods of assessment do not meet this ... Read More


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ECSWE Council Meeting 19th-21st September

Published on November 30th, 2014 | by ECSWE

ECSWE visited the European Parliament during the Council meeting in Brussels to provide our members with some insights into EU politics. Apart from a visit to the Parlamentarium and an appointment with the European Parliament visitors’ service, our ... Read More


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  • ECSWE Newsletter 49, May 2017

    In this volume:
    • - Waldorf100 movie and website;
    • - Advocacy update: Lobbying for a human-centred education;
    • - ECSWE Council meeting, Solymár, Hungary, January 2017;
    • - WOW-Day: The commitment of Waldorf students makes a difference;
    • - Domestic reports: from France and the Czech Republic;
     
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