Alvin and the Chipmunks - Merry Christmasm Mr. Carroll!

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Steiner believed in childhood as a special phase of life and that the young child needs a protected environment in which all-round development can take place. He believed that a child’s temperament was important to overall development and learning. As well as intellectual progress, Steiner emphasised spiritual, moral, social, artistic, creative and altruistic (caring for each other) development. He did not emphasise what is taught but how and when it is taught. Steiner believed that young children need to be protected from formal learning and to learn through imaginative and creative play using simple tasks and activities with natural materials.

As in Steiner-Waldorf schools, establishing relationships is valued and reaching out and serving the community is considered part of the nursery’s role. Current mainstream practice is more likely to intervene and support the child to work through activities and to encourage group work. However, mainstream settings consider the content that is being taught as well as the process of learning. Also mainstream settings do not emphasise spirituality as much as Steiner. Rudolf Steiner (1861–1925) Steiner was a strict vegetarian, as well as a believer in reincarnation.

Give a detailed account, using examples from your own experiences of working with children. Neuroscience and brain development Neuroscience is the study of the brain and nervous system. It is an area of study that has developed a wide range of theoretical approaches to many areas of children’s growth and development. The use of imaging techniques of the brain, in part, has made this possible. In recent years, investigation into babies’ developing brains has provided insights relevant to the work of early years practitioners.

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