I am currently an undergraduate History major, who will most likely be going on next year to get my masters in education with a concentration in Waldorf education. I have one thing that is making me a bit apprehensive about the idea of being a Waldorf teacher and that is Main Lesson Blocks.
My general fear is that while I excel in history and english and other such humanities subjects (my college degrees are in history and women's studies), I struggled myself through most of my schooling in math and science. While I am sure I am capable of teaching basic math, as my students get older I fear I would not be able to help them.
I know that not everyone is good at everything, so this much have posed a paradox for many teachers (or teacher wannabe's like me!), does anyone have any advice on easing that fear?
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