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authors at this site:
Robert Mays has
been involved in Waldorf education and anthroposophy for more than 25 years.
He helped found the Emerson Waldorf
School in Chapel Hill, NC, USA and served on its Board of Directors
for many years. He completed Waldorf high school teacher training in the
physical sciences through the Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program
in Wilton, NH. He is a member of the Anthroposophical Society in America
and the School for Spiritual Science. He received a B.S. degree in chemistry
from the Massachusetts Institute Technology and worked professionally as
a software engineer for many years.
Sune Nordwall trained
1972-4 in Jaerna, Sweden, to become a Waldorf teacher and has later taught
mathematics at Waldorf schools. He has studied mathematics, physics, biology,
philosophy of science and psychology at different universities in Sweden
and Norway. He has also trained and worked as a computer support technician
and network administrator.
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