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Douglas Gerwin

Douglas Gerwin, Ph.D., is Director of the Center for Anthroposophy, including Chair of its Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program, and Co-director of the Research Institute for Waldorf Education. A Waldorf graduate himself, Dr. Gerwin has taught for more than twenty-five years at university and high school levels in subjects ranging from biology and history to German and music. He is editor of For the Love of Literature: A Celebration of Language and Imagination; Genesis of a Waldorf High School; The Andover Proceeding: Tapping the Wellsprings of Health in Adolescence; and Who Shall Teach the Teachers: The Christ Impulse in Waldorf Education, as well as author of various articles on adolescence and the Waldorf curriculum. He is also coauthor the Survey of Waldorf Graduates, the first comprehensive look at how North American Waldorf graduates fare in college and beyond. He lives in Amherst, Massachusetts, with his wife Connie, a Waldorf high school teacher.

Books by Douglas Gerwin :

Balance in Teaching

(CW 302a)
Introduction by Douglas Gerwin