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- Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
- 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
- child, to be guided by a teacher or educator, man or woman, to
- investigated with diligent care by the teacher or the educator.
- 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
- things in the teacher's life. It is very easy, it seems to come
- quite as a matter of course, for the teacher as he confronts
- teacher, believe in myself.
- teacher and educator will transform this into a more objective
- by another way, namely, from the soul of the teacher or
- something is living in the teacher as an opinion or a way of
- teacher confronts the child, there must be something which
- child you once heard this thing or that from your teacher or
- Because you loved the teacher as an authority; because the
- teacher's personality stood before you in such a way that it
- teacher and educator applies and exercises individually.
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- Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Cover Sheet
- An Address to School Teachers At Bale, November 27th, 1919
- Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
- determine the teacher's work, then he must first be
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