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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • into the school we shall still be able to make up for many things
    • school or another comes through the classroom door to any group of
    • enter the school and perhaps you find yourself faced with scamps, both
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
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    • school work. And clearly, it is particularly in the lower classes, in
    • the lower school grades, that education demands a connection in the
    • school constitution of recent years has been the habit of keeping the
    • teachers in the upper school. Naturally this is not the place for me
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • has already happened. In the Lunatscharsky school reform there is
    • run the Schools socialistically; they want to do away with all
    • We once visited a boarding-school and wanted to see one of the most
    • that the boarding-school was nothing more than a stable for animals
    • effect upon a child at the usual school age. Let us once more
    • they do it merely on authority because they see that one in the school
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture V
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    • time. You would have had to carry into your schoolwork the customary
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • child life. You may get a child in school who behaves like a true
    • school for the feeble-minded, or to the now popular schools for
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • On one occasion I met a schoolfellow of mine, after we had for some
    • same primary school together; I then went to the Grammar School
    • least be regarded as a cause of light. My former schoolfellow then
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • Therefore in dealing with children of primary school age we must
    • importance for your teaching. In the Waldorf School you will get
    • that we cannot build our school up from the bottom but have to begin
    • school for his later life: the idea, which is as many-sided and
    • keep in mind that children of primary school age want always to live
    • out in the boy or girl of school age, and that after fourteen the
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture X
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    • the school with egotistic feelings you need all kinds of wires —
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • school concerned with breast man. Relation of memory and imagination
    • significance for the primary school period. For just as up to the
    • head, so during the primary school period — from the change of
    • and all that goes with it. This belongs to the primary school period.
    • school period you have chiefly to do with the chest man. You cannot
    • do as follows: At the beginning of the school year he must pass his
    • like. And then at the end of the school year, or of some definite
    • and memory in the next school year, or period, so that I can
    • their school life; why it is such a mad arrangement to pass the
    • the other way round, at the beginning of the school year, or of the
    • period. And as the end of the primary school age approaches there is
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIII
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    • altogether and let the school year finish as it began. As teachers we
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • Just as one finds in the first years of school life that what
    • soul, so in the later years of schooling one finds pressing into the
    • in the later school years, the twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth and
    • cultivated during the later primary school years is the mutual
    • primary schools but for college life — but alive with the spirit



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