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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- manifestations and phenomena with definite inner demands,
- demand lesson content that has form and coloring that satisfies
- their pet ideas into the one branch of life that demands the
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
- demanded of the pupils in their later lives. This is why it is
- coping with the demands involved in teaching children of
- seems enough to voice demands, which are easy enough to make.
- formulate demands. All that is needed in our society, which is
- doubt that such theoretical demands would be highly impressive.
- existing school is something very different from making demands
- demands agreed upon in theory.
- serious side of life, with all its demands in daily work, is
- demands, whereas the child wants to be active simply out of an
- to the views of a materialistic culture with its demands
- where the basic demand is that our teaching methods be in
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
- that demands an understanding of causality. Consequently, one
- demand and readiness at this particular stage.
- thief. Proof is always demanded in cases of uncertainty, but
- in the student's memory only what is demanded by social life,
- blending external demands with our educational practice.
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
- and this could not be more correct. But such demands, made
- as the demand of an instigator for the immediate present. I
- demanded for a very long time to come. It may help us to
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
- demands of a truly grounded pedagogy, and also for their
- led to the dilemma. The other side consists of demands made by
- practical demands of later life (since, if this were the only
- simply can no longer bridge the conflicting demands, on the one
- “Duty is a love for what one demands of
- the situation demands it? This is, of course, a rather sweeping
- demand of a growing youth, who was to be educated in one or
- responsible for the demands of graduation exams are also
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