Ulrike Sievers was born in the North of Germany. She studied English and Biology and has taught both of these subjects in Waldorf schools with great enthusiasm for over 20 years. Her main interest is in how school education can create a space in which children and young people can grow up in a healthy way, develop a love for nature and the living world and become interested in other people, their cultures and their languages. She has also contributed nationally and internationally to teacher education and offers courses for students at the Waldorf seminar in Hamburg and Stuttgart.
All the world is a stage – as Shakespeare put it! You might as well say, “life is full of drama” – or, putting...
Examples of good practice – language didactics and curriculum brought to life The future of the Waldorf school movement in general and of creative...