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  • Title: Deeper Education: Contents
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    • Speaking to the teachers at the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart,
    • and professor as a necessity for successful teaching.
    • Imagination in the Teacher
  • Title: Deeper Education: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Deeper Education: Back Cover
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    • Speaking to the teachers at the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart,
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    • teacher can observe a natural phenomenon so intimately that its
    • of the teacher have a direct effect upon the physiological
    • in the teacher a heartfelt enthusiasm and a sense of
    • teachers for their great social tasks in the face of the
    • teacher finds strength in the image of Michael fighting the
  • Title: Deeper Education: Introduction
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    • through his own experiences as tutor and teacher. In 1907 he
    • Practical Advice for Teachers,
    • Discussions with Teachers,
    • teachers, launched the bold venture that was to grow into a
    • teachers, visited classes, and advised parents, all this in
    • first teachers of the Waldorf School in Stuttgart, who were
    • more than the application of methods of teaching; this
    • original teachers of the Waldorf School, who had received four
    • fourteen lectures given to Swiss teachers in
    • comprehensive teachings are undogmatic in character. They are
    • indications, seeds that parents or teachers or anyone genuinely
  • Title: Deeper Education: For Further Reading
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  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • on the ability of the teachers to develop the attitude that
    • the teachers themselves. I would like to preface what I have to
    • teachers in England, [Rudolf Steiner, A Modern Art of
    • an admirable mastery of the principles of teaching; you
    • or to teach their pupils in the way we do today. We speak
    • teachers who have passed through only a training college
    • teacher pf gymnastics whom I knew well. He felt extremely
    • teachers in the Waldorf School to adhere to the principle that
    • teacher should cultivate gymnastics in the noblest sense,
    • said. It must not be distorted. The teacher should simply
    • a particular significance for the teacher today. No educator,
    • That, above all, is what the teacher needs. I would like to
    • emphasize strongly at the beginning that the teacher should
    • we need above all else in our work as teachers. We must relate
    • introduce in our teaching in school should sustain and uphold
    • that no true teaching can ever be boring. How could it be? One
    • our teaching is boring there must be something wrong with it,
    • is lacking in us when our teaching bores the children.
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  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture II: Forces Leading to Health and Illness in Education
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    • Speaking to the teachers at the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart,
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    • our teaching and education. I would like to speak to you now
    • value in what he became through the teaching and education he
    • he is to be a true teacher. This enthusiasm is infectious, and
    • teacher.
    • heaviness in the teachers. The lessons are really conducted
    • realize that as teachers we need to develop a consciousness of
    • graduation. This lies like a leaden burden upon the teaching in
    • develop this consciousness, the Waldorf teacher's
    • breathing, as teachers we must bring the next higher stage into
    • the remedy. What we do as teachers, is really to work in such a
    • as a teacher with the child. This is the higher metamorphosis
    • oneself as a teacher. It may be said that engendering this
    • if, in teaching languages, for example, we make the child learn
    • This shows us how as teachers we must demand a higher
    • teaching in the musical sphere and, on the other, the right
    • kind of teaching in lessons that are based upon outer
    • upon the musical sphere. Thus, our teaching takes shape, and
    • The consciousness of a Waldorf teacher should be imbued
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture III: A Comprehensive Knowledge of Man as the Source of Imagination in the Teacher
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    • Speaking to the teachers at the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart,
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    • teacher's profession. In continuation of what I said this
    • process. By arranging a schedule so that the teaching of
    • a true consciousness of one's purpose as teacher. We must
    • cosmic processes. In fact, as teachers we are coworkers
    • teacher, confronted by an obvious authority. The teacher
    • and goodness. What the teacher takes to be beautiful or true or
    • be the basis of all the teaching. A child does not always
    • this authority but accepts them because he loves the teacher.
    • merely teach children trivial mental conceptions has no real
    • something he once accepted simply through love for his teacher.
    • of teaching, but you can go into the classroom supported by
    • various realms of your teaching; if one has acquired this
    • human being, and goes no further than that, will not teach in a
    • teaching in school; it is essential for the right method to
    • your facial expression while teaching. Your expression is then
    • face of a teacher has three main nuances of expression,
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