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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • methods, and this will become poignantly clear to us when we
    • simple multiplication. Using this method, one might arrive at,
    • investigate — following the same method applied in the
    • three hundred years from now. Technically speaking, this method
    • and methods regarding this problem. I am referring to them here
    • introduced in schools. According to this method, the
    • coefficient zero is given. The idea of this method is to
    • against such experimental or statistical methods of
    • external nature, but shrinks from applying the same methods in
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • method of observation does not lead to a clear perception and
    • situation that externalizes all educational methods and
    • more practical methods of teaching at a later stage. But it is
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • principles and practical methods of education.
    • methods used appear very crude, to say the least. To illustrate
    • time, we must realize that these methods cannot offer a
    • kinds of artificial or esthetically contrived methods, even if
    • instinctive, whereas other methods lead to theories that can be
    • this respect, modern methods of observation again take the
    • have no intention of running down modern methods of scientific
    • investigation as such, nor of heaping scorn on its methods. In
    • principle and method. What we really need — and this I
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • which method is right or wrong. It is far more important for
    • frequent use of mechanical methods in preference to organic
    • methods, and this just during the early years of childhood up
    • method, and then, no matter what language we speak, choose some
    • if one adopts this method in order to work harmoniously with
    • faulty method of introducing reading to a child. Of course,
    • the methods of modern educational systems were healthier, far
    • phonetic method of teaching reading that superseded the old
    • method of making words by adding single letters — a
    • method that was again replaced by the whole-word method. And
    • spelling method. According to present opinion, such a person
    • old-fashioned spelling method is simply not appropriate. The
    • phonetic and the whole-word method carry the day. One feels
    • very proud of the phonetic method, teaching the child to
    • There is nothing wrong with that. The whole-word method is also
    • things become fads. The ideas that underlie all three methods
    • method, the phonetic method, or the whole-word method to the
    • or whole-word method — which is now appropriate because
    • method, one is actually going from the whole word to the
    • With the whole-word method one gains only the physical aspect.
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • see through them in every detail. This method deprives children
    • twelfth year; then the method of teaching I have thus far
    • that, if you use the method of painting-drawing and
    • This has to be cultivated methodically.
    • this new stage, and the methods of teaching must be changed
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • and methods must be formed so that they offer every opportunity
    • qualifications in educational principles and methods, more than
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • affirmation of Waldorf methods! They prompt me to tell you
    • bad methods, the harmful effects of which will surface only
    • life. There are educational methods in the world, the clever
    • have eaten practical life experience by the spoonful, methods
    • methods of the education based on anthroposophical research
    • what, in our way of thinking, are the proper methods of dealing
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • method of teaching the actual lessons plays a large part in the
    • wings, by our educational ideas and methods. This must always
    • during regular weekly lessons. This method is, no doubt, more
    • the first grade in a Waldorf school. Using our own methods, we
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • study (according to Goethe's method of what he called



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