And Who Shall Teach the Teachers?
This rich collection of essays by members of the Pedagogical Section Council in America describes the depth of research and commitment to a new understanding of the relationship between the spiritual being of Christ and its fundamental place as underpinning in Waldorf education. Never taught directly to students in these schools, the font of strength and courage needed for the teachers in Waldorf schools rests in this relationship. Comprehending Christ's place as the spiritual leader in our times, as Buddha was in his, Zarathustra in his, and Isis in his, to name a few examples, gives teachers a broader view of students and a deeper meditative power in reaching the young. These essays, written by experienced Waldorf teachers, leaders in the Waldorf movement describe these things artistically and in depth.
The Pedagogical Section Council
5.5 x 8.5 inches