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By Thea Sabin

Because the Pagan and Wiccan groups develop, so does the necessity for academics, mentors, and function types. should you are looking to proportion their wisdom, educating could be a very empowering and non secular adventure. yet training the Craft and educating it are very various things. during this well timed consultant, renowned Wiccan writer and instructor Thea Sabin provides transparent recommendations for making a curriculum, together with pattern syllabi. She additionally offers guide and assistance on an important elements of turning into an efficient and encouraging instructor of Wicca and Paganism. —Develop instructing equipment for grownup learners—Manage crew dynamics—Give nice presentations—Find and display students—Set up on-line classes—Cultivate endurance and humility additionally, you will locate interviews and recommendation from a number of revered Pagan lecturers, comparable to Patrick McCollum, Holli Emore of Cherry Hill Seminary, Christopher Penczak, and T. Thorn Coyle.

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I wasn’t at the event, but believe me, I heard about it—in no uncertain terms and from multiple sources. The “put a leash on your student” message came through loud and clear. The student’s mistake was definitely seen as my responsibility. Teaching Can Be Emotionally and Energetically Draining Don’t underestimate the emotional impact that getting involved with people’s lives can have on the teacher. If you are teaching a one-off class or online and not interacting too much with students individually, this might not be such a large factor.

But many people yearn for more. They want a personal connection in their spiritual growth. ” They want the experience of communing with deity in the presence of like-minded others—whether that be in person or online—or at least with the guidance of like-minded others. As more and more seekers explore Paganism, there just aren’t enough teachers to go around. Although having a teacher is not necessary for being Pagan—self-training is perfectly valid, many Pagans never have a teacher, and some prefer to be self-taught—the demand for teachers is still far greater than the supply.

And although this book isn’t geared toward teenagers, it could still be very useful for teens who end up teaching each other. Some teens step up and teach their peers simply because they can’t get any adult help. Many adult Wiccan and Pagan groups don’t accept teens, either because they feel that teens aren’t old enough or they are worried that the teens’ families might not want their children learning Wicca or Paganism, and they don’t want to deal with the backlash from angry parents. These concerns are understandable, especially in an environment where Wicca and Paganism aren’t seen as valid spiritual paths and can even be viewed as evil or satanic.

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