A Compendium of Phenomenological Experiments
Teacher’s Reference Book
This rich resource come from out of this Waldorf teacher’s decades of creative teaching in Waldorf classrooms. This is a BIG book, (202 pages) full of insight and explanation of how to present phenomenological chemistry in grades 7 & 8. No Waldorf class teacher should be without this book. It makes all teaching in Chemistry possible!
This spiral bound book will lay flat on your desk as a reference while teaching and includes:
Biographies of noteworthy chemists and watershed bearers of new ideas in the history of chemistry and modern scientific thinking;
Illustrations in full color suitable for Blackboard drawings and Main Lesson Book illustrations;
Cautionary notes in RED for safety consciousness;
Ponderings of this experienced teacher about why we teach what we teach and what an experiment can illuminate;
Anecdotes from the Waldorf school history;
Child development hints about why Waldorf schools teach chemistry in grades 7 & 8;
Clear descriptions of experiments;
Listings of necessary equipment and chemicals;
Spiral bound and full color for maximum accessibility and differentiation!