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Welcome to the WREN - Waldorf Research Educators Network

WREN is intended to be a way of communication between all those interested in research into Steiner Waldorf education and also into educational topics that have a bearing on Steiner education.

By disseminating and sharing such research we are more able to improve the practices in the early years settings, schools and teacher seminars. As educators whose responsibility is for a healthily integrated and nurturing education for all children, as well as their general well-being, we need a wide perspective of what is happening in all areas of our educational environment, as well as a clear and informed insight into the Waldorf classroom itself.

WREN website - the purpose

The purpose of this website is to provide a central point for areas of research. The types of research that you will find on this site include:

  1. Research that has been done into various aspects of Waldorf Education;
  2. Research that pertains to Waldorf education and which is of interest to teachers, teacher educators and researchers;
  3. Research that should be taken note of that raises questions about or provides underpinning of innovative and creative educational theory and practice;
  4. Suitable conference reports and book announcements;
  5. Reports from National WREN events such as the regular WREN UK meetings;

WREN is an activity of ECSWE which is registered in Brussels, Belgium: ASBL 60732003. Registered address; Rue du Thrône 194, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium.

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ECSWE Work Programme 2010 is supported by the Jean Monnet Programme of the European Union.