False Door between Life and Death Supporting Grieving Students, Teachers, and Parents

By: FINSER, TORIN

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When a school community loses a child, parent, or teacher, the experience can be devastating to the whole community. Few things in life can prepare anyone for such a tragedy. Teachers and parents often struggle with how to speak with the children and may have important questions, such as: What is the best way to work with grief? What happens after death? How can we stay connected? Working through shock, grief, and even depression is a necessary step in life following a death in one's community. Torin Finser'long-serving faculty member of the Waldorf Teacher Edu-cation Program at Antioch University New England'presents stories, fairy tales, personal anecdotes, and even the Egyptian Book of the Dead to help children and adults deal with loss through spiritual insights into the meaning of death and suggestions for how a school community can build resilience by coming together after the loss of a colleague or fellow student. The False Door between Life and Death is an indispensible resource to prepare teachers and par-ents who are likely to face a death at some time in their community.
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Title: False Door between Life and Death Supporting Grieving Students, Teachers, and Parents

Author(s): FINSER, TORIN

Categories: Death and Dying,

Publisher: SteinerBooks:

ISBN Number: 1621482448

ISBN Number 13: 9781621482444

Seller ID: 15479

Keywords: Death and Dying Education Schools START Death and Dying,