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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • Instruction .... In the collected edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the
    • In the collected edition of Rudolf Steiner's works, the volume containing
    • school. For what you do at this earlier age works into their later
    • life in an extraordinarily devastating way. It works destructively,
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • will enable them to carry through their work with
    • a few things that will enable you, if you let them work in the
    • may be able to work them out with intelligence and feeling; but
    • speech would work downward to the bodily and upward to the
    • whole faculty of the school ought to work together to
    • indiscriminately in the world; what we need is to work in the
    • enemies for ourselves. In working here, however, we
    • should be fully awake to the fact that we are called to work
    • things actually work within the human being. If we wish
    • everything that works as the earthy, as the solid or
    • its work of artistic creation.
    • can learn to understand how the elements work together, but
    • work together in an artistic way. If you reach
    • we need above all else in our work as teachers. We must relate
    • so that what comes to expression in speech may again work back
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • what forces are we really working when we work educationally?
    • work and to be able to develop this enthusiasm to the full if
    • it alone can work miracles in education. The child eagerly
    • our own. It is necessary for us to work at cultivating this
    • consciousness. This work to develop our own consciousness is
    • lose sight of our own goal, and therefore we must work to
    • second is unfolded when man begins to work upon the physical
    • changes. It is worked upon and absorbed into the whole
    • inserted within the working of the etheric; then we have
    • work, and a fact that is considered nary at all is that in this
    • in nourishment, for example, physical forces are at work. As
    • the physical substances are worked upon by the astral and
    • similar to the forces at work in the system of nourishment.
    • etc., is completely suppressed, but the combined working of the
    • the remedy. What we do as teachers, is really to work in such a
    • and so forth. In the workings of light upon the eye we have
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • question: what actually moves his limbs? What force is at work
    • essential, is working within you. How does this happen?
    • a human being is occupied only with intellectual work, the
    • cosmic processes. In fact, as teachers we are coworkers
    • importance of the work, and this will reveal itself even in
    • its work, the knowledge must live, and the faces of the
    • you should know these things but that they should work on your
    • clear insight and then work in the area where our efforts can
    • a particular sphere, we are working for the healing of humanity
  • Title: The Three Fundamental Forces in Education: Lecture
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    • child: the sculpture-forces. We work with them later, when the
    • year, during which we must work with the forces of authority,
    • — but a real architect who works out of the forms —
    • mediator, and you are in reality working with forces sent down
    • instruction it truly works miracles. And if you have this
    • seventh year what is plastic-architectonic works together with
    • because we know that thereby we are working for the future. On
    • the other hand, by working with the plastic forces we make
    • for our teaching, because we know that when working with music
    • and speech we are working for the future. And I believe that in
    • real human beings. And we can only work ourselves out of this
    • primitive-man state by working ourselves into spiritual
    • everything has worked itself to the surface that is a
    • the sculptor, must work more out of his inner faculties, the
    • becoming too strong. Therefore, instruction in drawing works
    • we work at forming him. We best obtain a feeling for this
    • This work of art would also best represent the external
  • Title: Introductory Words to the First of Four Educational Lectures
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    • present work is to prepare this next generation for definite
    • today in London, Paris, New York or Chicago. Things have worked
    • experience of the naturalist, into the research work of the men
    • when it is carried out by scientists, work their way first of
    • guardianship which will make our work effectual. You must know
    • concrete; you should always work your subject out from an
    • he will become as he works his way through childhood. It is
    • worked with this first class for a year we do not say to
    • you are not really able to do so very much, but by working with
    • to work them out as you went along! I must put the following
    • ready knowledge that is of value, but the work which leads to
    • work has its own particular value. It is the same in
    • has the right attitude of mind if, when he has finished a work,
    • attitude of mind If he is satisfied with any work he has done.
    • done, but he cannot really be satisfied with it. A work of art
    • work is being done. And on the other hand, the living element
    • in a work of art, the life that springs from it, owes its being
    • the forces which are at work in it. The constitution of the
    • eight and nine-year old children by working with them; at the
    • depend on the working out of abstract principles, but rather

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