Thy Will Be Done

The Task of the College of Teachers in Waldorf Schools

Roberto Trostli

Out of print

Quick Look

  • Explains with the College of Teachers is, and describes its practices
  • Sheds light on this unique aspect of Waldorf education

An in-depth description of this unique aspect of Waldorf education.

228 x 152 mm
Waldorf Publications
Steiner-Waldorf Education; Waldorf Publications
132 pages
Publication date:
08 Feb 2018


In Waldorf schools around the world, teachers gather in a colleagiate way to discuss the school and the children entrusted to them, seeking to ground the school as a place of both material and spiritual education. These circles are called the 'College of Teachers', and are places where teachers work actively, collaboratively and meditatively on finding the best approach for each child.

This important book describes the practices and task of the College of Teachers with clarity and insight, shedding light on this unique aspect of Waldorf education.


Roberto Trostli studied at Columbia and Cambridge Universities and was a class teacher for ten years at the Rudolf Steiner Schooli n New York City. He worked for 18 years, in Hadley, MA, taking a class from grades 1-8 and then founded and taught at the Hartsbrook High School. Since 2009, Roberto has been a class teacher at Richmond Waldorf School in Virginia. He is the author of Physics is Fun! and Establishing a Circle of Collaborative Spiritual Leadership.

Just feel like browsing?

Browse our catalogues

Interested in an author?

Discover authors