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  • Title: Education: Lecture I: Science, Art, Religion and Morality
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    • The spiritual values inherent in the education of children is the main
    • first idea was the education of children whose parents were working
    • School arose as a general school for the workers' children. It was
  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • treatment of children at the present time is to be practical and not
    • children was brought into line with what was held to be
    • manner in which language and speech are taught to children, are a
    • education of children, even in this age of materialism, has remained
    • it was the Gymnasts in Greece who also educated the children. It was
    • the Rhetoricians, later on, who educated the children. Finally, in
    • civilization as a whole, it was the Doctor who educated the children.
  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • education was not concerned with children under the age of seven.
    • children as we are up to the seventh year. We should not unfold the
    • the education of children. For unless we realise the far-reaching
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • including “children” between the ages of fifteen and
    • to educate our children — but not their subconscious life. And
    • so we talk a great deal about the children's naughtiness and it never
    • clear consciousness — we must appear very comic to the children
    • be unsympathetic to children into something sympathetic? Now the
    • they could not yet know — namely, how children ought to be
    • that people know a great deal nowadays about how children ought to be
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • able to understand these things realizes that children who shuffle their
    • observe the faults in our children which develop in later life, we
    • everyone has in a certain sense to train children from birth up to
    • is laid down or open when it is lifted up! We often give our children
    • Children often behave well in the presence of others merely from a
    • suggest to children that they ought to love such toys, the forces of
    • children have an intense antipathy to anything resembling the
    • The first great essential is to learn to deal with children wisely and
    • the beautiful doll, we shall produce for the older children a
    • even our children the result of what we have ‘thought
    • arisen from a true inner love for children, but they have failed to
    • goodwill and a sincere love of children, yet on the other hand it has
    • children to their true level.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • children are often given to do. The idea is (everything is
    • body. If we give children these conventional gymnastic exercises,
    • fully into the spirit of ancient Greece, one would say: the children
    • elements into the gymnastic exercises given to children.
    • absent. Children who are forced to practise the wrong kind of
    • children between the time of the change of teeth and adolescence.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • but this particular way is the best for very young children. We
    • forces also. In teaching children about a plant therefore, we must
    • of the moon forces, for if the children were to say at home that they
    • Yet it is constantly being said that the ideas we give to children
    • children ought always to be learning them. But nothing is more
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • children we can begin to do this. For example: we draw some figure on
    • different methods of teaching children to count, but very little
    • something which has real significance. Here are two children, 10
    • the children would not lose what they had been taught. If the lessons
    • mean that it should be a matter for rejoicing whenever children forget.
    • will be possible to arrange some sixty children standing in a line,
    • do not know what is going on unconsciously in the souls of the children,
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • classes for children of this age, therefore, we have introduced
    • school life children ought to acquire really practical ideas of their
    • children are fourteen or fifteen years old, we begin to give
    • development, but at the age of fourteen or fifteen the children must
    • acquaint our children with the practical affairs of the world at the
    • seven. By this means we endeavour to give our children something that
    • children; a great deal of time, moreover, is devoted to this subject.
    • they are children who would receive no religious instruction at all
    • School was originally founded for the children of working-class
    • for this reason a large majority of the children belonged to no
    • these children were being taught nothing in the way of religion, and
    • principle of Waldorf School education. In the case of children who
    • the children are always taken into fullest account. As a matter of
    • fact the great majority of the children attend, although we have made
    • sense, parents who wish their children to be educated in a Christian
    • Christian atmosphere. Our religious instruction makes the children
    • is usually the case nowadays. Also the ages of the children must
    • ever-increasing number of children whose parents wish it. The teaching
    • form of ritual. A service is held every Sunday for the children who are
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • predecessors have been prone to burden the memories of children and,
    • dealing with children, it is not enough to notice how in illness an element
    • understanding of things. But when the children thoroughly understand
    • profession and besides looking after the children's health, he is
    • with the bodily health of the children can proceed in fullest harmony
    • itself we arrange the children in a way that enables the various temperaments
    • the choleric children or again the melancholic children sit together,
    • between the teaching staff and the parents of the children. A really
    • suitable diet for the individual children. This is just as important
    • very different individualities of children. It has become the practice
    • in schools not to allow children who cannot keep up with the work in a
    • of course, each class consists of children of one particular age. If
    • know, there are children who do not develop normally, who are in some
    • ‘helping’ class for these children. This helping class
    • provides for children whose faculties of thinking, feeling and
    • up a child to him. The children too feel it rather against the grain
    • needed when it is a matter of bringing on children in an isolated
    • all necessary in the treatment of so-called abnormal children to know
    • abnormal children at school.
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