Rudolf Steiner's Four Guiding Principles to Being a Great Waldorf Inspired Teacher

September 2015

Using Rudolf Steiner's Closing remarks to the lecture cycle known as Practical Advice to Teachers, as a guide, Joseph Anthony offers his own unique blend of inspiration and insight into the art of teaching--especially the art of Waldorf-inspired teaching.

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