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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • of an Address to School Teachers
    • interests of education. To one who has to work as a teacher or
    • the teacher, the educator, is imbued with the very warmest
    • then can he pour forth all that is needed for the teaching, the
    • child, to be guided by a teacher or educator, man or woman, to
    • investigated with diligent care by the teacher or the educator.
    • in teaching large numbers at a time, each succeeding month and
    • teaching and for the curriculum.
    • teachers whom I had selected for this school. At that time, all
    • extract of what was given to those teachers in the training
    • the arrangement of subjects, the definite aim of the teacher,
    • the one human being — the grown-up teacher, for example
    • other words, instead of teaching writing in an abstract way, we
    • teaching of these subjects in an. artistic element, then, we
    • teaching of external things, object- lesson teaching also, from
    • differently if what you, are teaching is first steeped in an
    • of the authority of the person who is teaching him and.
    • one who allows spirit to permeate and fill his teaching; Spirit
    • must hold sway in our whole treatment of our teaching work, and
    • things in the teacher's life. It is very easy, it seems to come
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Cover Sheet
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    • An Address to School Teachers At Bale, November 27th, 1919
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
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    • determine the teacher's work, then he must first be
    • in the actual teaching world; but not subject to extraneous
    • between the public and the teaching profession — not the

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