A Dialogue: survival in the classroom

This is a subject of vital importance to teachers, parents, and students. The perspectives presented here are excerpts from a taped discussion provided by four Oregon schoolteachers, all of them Christian Scientists. They began by talking about the inspiration gained each morning from their individual study of the Bible Lesson, In the Christian Science Quarterly; and how they use the time driving to school by going over some of the thoughts they've found helpful.

Shirley: The thing I think about most is that there aren't many minds—not thirty child minds and sixty parent minds and a neighborhood of hundreds of minds, including administrators' and other teachers' minds, but just one Mind, God.

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