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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 1
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • doctor and teacher have to do is to reject it and get beyond the
    • degrees and in which a part is often played by teachers —
    • fact will be clearly perceptible, and we teachers must take note of
    • from the external world; and we teachers have opportunity to watch
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 2
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • deranged thoughts the mirror is out of order. Teacher must have
    • above it. This applies as between teacher and child. How teacher can
    • teachers were then to give lessons in the manner of this science —
    • teachers, are permeated through and through with the feeling that the
    • work from the teacher upon the child? What can the teacher do? From
    • body. And we teachers must ask ourselves the question: What is it
    • Teacher
    • teacher's etheric body (and this should follow quite naturally as a
    • of the child, and the teacher's astral body the etheric body of the
    • child. The ego of the teacher must be able to influence the astral
    • come next to the spirit-self of the teacher, and you will be thinking
    • is the law. The spirit-self of the teacher must work upon the ego of
    • the child. And I will show you how, not only in the ideal teacher,
    • but often in the very worst possible teacher, the teacher's
    • child must receive the influence of the teacher's health-giving
    • teacher must be of such a character and quality that he is able to
    • impulse comes to a standstill before the actual deed. If the teacher
    • every trace of subjective reaction, the teacher educates his own
    • long as the teacher meets the situation with any kind of bias, so
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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 3
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • co-operate with the teacher. For we shall not get to the heart of the
    • of this; we must never forget it. If teachers and parents in the
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 4
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • death process. Anxiety among teachers caused by their training. Need
    • child. Alternation of depression and sense of well-being. Teacher
    • and encouragement. The best self-education for the teacher.
    • teacher, on his part, is able to bring to the child in his own
    • something. Suppose you are a very nervy teacher, a person who is
    • teachers. If I may use a frivolous expression — are not most
    • teachers today inclined to be “jumpy”? This state of
    • avoided, so long as the training of teachers continues to be as it is
    • undigested knowledge. Those who take teachers' training courses (we
    • are concerned here with the training of teachers, so I say nothing
    • teacher — must be avoided. And do you know why? Because the
    • teacher must also be capable of inducing shock, consciously and
    • the teacher watching intently all the time to observe the effect on
    • l0 a.m.; the teacher can take what he chooses, what he sees to be
    • carefully watched. For this is where we must intervene as teachers.
    • teacher who can understand these things will learn to find for
    • why it is of such paramount importance that, as teachers, we should
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 5
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • them in a certain direction. But this the teacher must achieve; and
    • for example, take the following form. The teacher says: “Look,
    • Teacher: “But you must look at the red.” Child:
    • class. And now perhaps there is a teacher who has a voice like
    • fixed ideas. It would never have happened, had the teacher only known
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 6
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • School.) If we teachers are bent on having everything left perfectly
    • On the other hand, it is of very great importance that the teacher
    • This requires that the teacher shall be himself fully “there”.
    • the teacher is wide-awake and on the spot the whole time, not
    • the first and most essential qualification for a teacher of these
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 7
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • Supposing you decide to appoint, instead of one teacher, a whole
    • staff of teachers to train actors for speaking on the stage,
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 8
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 9
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    • and disliking. Authority of teacher especially needed. Early
    • language. Teacher must attend to speech and gesture.
    • teacher to awaken in the child the feeling for the good — the
    • teacher with devotion. The teacher will then speak of things that are
    • natural acceptance of the teacher's authority. If this is necessary
    • the child has trust and confidence in the one who is his teacher; and
    • this right relationship between child and teacher can be relied on
    • able to look up with love and respect to his teacher (for parents, as
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 10
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • deep observation to be cultivated by teacher. Epileptic boy of
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 11
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • particularly important that the teacher shall have made the right
    • wants to come with the child. (One of the teachers interposed: “She
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 12
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • that every animal represents an illness. Meditation for the teacher.
    • effective for a teacher is the one I gave here two days ago.
    • arms, fondling it and caressing it tenderly. And now, if the teacher



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