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Torin M Finser
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Parables

Torin M Finser


9781621482307

SteinerBooks, Inc


The Arts: General & Reference;
Education;
Open learning, home learning, distance education;
Teaching of a specific subject


Paperback

68 pages

$19.99
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Torin Finser writes that parables involve looking down (or out) to find an often-overlooked object, and then looking up to the eternal truth that can be brought down to children. How can we do both? Can we teach our children to see not only what is on the desks before them, but also what surrounds them in nature and in circles above them in the starry heavens and beyond? Parables may help us!

By:   Torin M Finser
Imprint:   SteinerBooks, Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 203mm,  Width: 127mm,  Spine: 4mm
Weight:   82g
ISBN:   9781621482307
ISBN 10:   1621482308
Pages:   68
Publication Date:   June 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified

Torin M. Finser, PhD, has served Waldorf education for more than forty years, first as a class teacher, then as Director of Waldorf Teacher Education at Antioch University New England, and later as chair of the education department. A former General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society in America, he also helped found the Center for Anthroposophy in New Hampshire. His research and writings have reached people all over the world, with several books now translated into multiple languages. Torin has served as a consultant, workshop leader, and keynote speaker at numerous conferences.


Today's kids are aware of the global threats to the environment--but their physical contact, their intimacy with nature, is fading.... Yet, at the very moment that the bond is breaking between the young and the natural world, a growing body of research links our mental, physical and spiritual health directly to our associations with nature--in positive ways. --Richard Louv, author, Last Child in the Woods

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