The Waldorf Teacher's Survival Guide, by Eugene SchwartzRudolf Steiner College Press
To buck up the flagging teacher and give an 'insider's view' to parents.Over the course of the school year 1989-90, I had the opportunity to visit over thirty Waldorf schools in North America and Hawaii. In the course of those visits I had hundreds of conversations with Waldorf teachers active in every grade, ranging from untrained beginners to seasoned veterans. This book is something of a distillation of those visits and conversations. . . . As a way of conveying the immediacy of these words, I have couched them in a series of 'conversations' between my own mentor, the experienced Waldorf teacher Nelly Ann Damen, and Ken Rosen, a teacher 'taking his class through' for the first time.
-- Eugene Schwartz
Eugene Schwartz has had over thirty years of teaching experience with children and adults and has served as a consultant to over a hundred Waldorf schools.