Blog Archive

  • The Sense of Balance (3/4/2021) - Balance is the third sense among the twelve that Rudolf Steiner, founder of Waldorf Education, developed and introduced about 100 years ago. On his website, van Gelder indicated Balance was the fourth sense, but Steiner identified it as the third sense in his book, Spiritual Science as a Foundation for Social… ... Read More
  • Actions Have Consequences (2/15/2021) - February 12, 2021By Deborah Weiner, GIRE Transitions Consultant “Actions have consequences,” my spouse would say to our children as they were growing up.  They were – as is the case with so may children and youth – focused on experimenting, gaining independence, and being ‘their own people.’ Sometimes the experiments… ... Read More
  • The Sense of Movement (2/7/2021) - Movement is the second sense among the twelve that Rudolf Steiner, founder of Waldorf Education, developed and introduced about 100 years ago. The sense of movement is a lower sense, classified as physical, inner, or a sense of the will.  These inward senses make the effects of the external world upon us evident… ... Read More
  • Collaborative Leadership (2/4/2021) -       Collaborative leadership came into public view in the early 1990s (Chrislip and Larson, 1994).  The fundamental premise of collaborative leadership is that any organization is only as strong as each individual's collective strength within the organization. The strength of the contributors becomes evident through creative problem solving for shared… ... Read More
  • The Sense of Life (1/14/2021) - Amy Huntereece, PhD candidate, M.Ed. January 2021 Life is the first sense among the 12 that Rudolf Steiner, founder of Waldorf Education, developed and introduced about 100 years ago. The sense of life is a lower sense, classified as physical, inner, or a sense of the will.  These inward senses… ... Read More