Steiner (also known as Waldorf) is focused on self-directed learning and is based on children's interests.
The Steiner philosophy encourages self-motivated learning that supports and encourages problem-solving, critical thinking, creativity and social skills.
When learning is self-directed, children's motivation doesn't come from rewards; instead they are engaged because they find it satisfying.
Steiner learning resources are simple and low-tech to stimulate curiosity and creativity. These include weaving materials, crayons, painting, puppets, natural fibres and natural timber.