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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • school. And this led to the founding of the Waldorf School in
    • The pedagogy and didactic of the Waldorf School in Stuttgart was
    • Hence we have found in the course of our Waldorf School teaching and
    • our Waldorf School education that the question of education is
    • Hence in the Waldorf School we set the greatest importance on the
    • grow. The Waldorf School does not aim at being a school, but a
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • take on the direction of the Waldorf School — founded that year
    • the Waldorf School — (master it, that is, relatively speaking
    • have been able to undertake such a thing as directing the Waldorf
    • the basis for the actual training of the staff of the Waldorf School.
    • no nursery school preliminary to the Waldorf School because we have
    • staff of the Waldorf School a right orientation of vision. For the
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • Waldorf School principles the first consideration in the elementary
    • In the Waldorf School what a teacher is is far more important than any
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • many children in the Waldorf School we have had to start parallel
    • artist. It is thus possible for us in the Waldorf School to
    • showing you something of the paintings of the Waldorf School children)
    • my connection with the Waldorf School I had to concern myself with
    • co-educational school such as the Waldorf School, I shall be speaking
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • teacher in the Waldorf School found a class of older children,
    • great scene. But what did our Waldorf School teacher do? He went along
    • education practised at the Waldorf School.
    • also to keep a class in order, even quite a large one. The Waldorf
    • Waldorf School from the very beginning. I have already explained the
    • in the Waldorf School the endeavour has been as far as possible to
    • Waldorf School.
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • THE ORGANISATION OF THE WALDORF SCHOOL
    • organisation of the Waldorf School I do not and cannot mean it in this
    • A school such as the Waldorf School is an organism in this sense, as a
    • of the Waldorf School that, since I am the director and spiritual
    • adviser to the Waldorf School, I must know the college of teachers
    • with certain practical difficulties in the Waldorf School. For the
    • Waldorf School was founded in Stuttgart by Emil Molt from the midst of
    • in the Waldorf School by its very social composition. And the aim
    • of what is universally human. In, the Waldorf School what is
    • continue to count. Thus from the very first, the Waldorf School was
    • from the fact that the ideal of the Waldorf School was to educate
    • In the first instance we arranged the Waldorf School as an elementary
    • so now in the Waldorf School. The point is so to educate the child
    • exceptionally good, and look upon an institution such as the Waldorf
    • nothing unpractical about the Waldorf School, on the contrary, on
    • Thus the heart of the Waldorf School, if I speak of its organisation,
    • Waldorf School a very interesting case, a very abnormal boy. He has
    • been at the Waldorf School from the beginning, he came straight into
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • BOYS AND GIRLS AT THE WALDORF SCHOOL
    • what all education and teaching in the Waldorf School is designed to
    • On an occasion when we were showing visitors over the Waldorf School
    • of the Waldorf School have been with those of fifteen or sixteen years
    • old. We began the Waldorf School with eight classes, the elementary
    • illustrate the aim of the Waldorf School by concrete examples rather
    • The reports in the Waldorf School are produced in another manner.
    • Waldorf School that one can put quite severe censure into this
    • single child in the Waldorf School we make a little verse, or saying.
    • You can also see from this that our task in the Waldorf School is not
    • We have been blamed at the Waldorf School for having children in the
    • The Waldorf School is not a school for a philosophy of life, but a
    • the Waldorf School, certain parents who would otherwise not have sent
    • religion, etc. If anyone thinks the Waldorf School is a school for
    • Anthroposophy it shows he has no understanding either of Waldorf
    • You can feel from the whole mood and being of the Waldorf School how a
    • proselytise in the Waldorf School or to connect it with any church
    • Waldorf School principle is not a principle which founds a school to
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
    • him a rare opportunity to present the principles of Waldorf education
    • THE TEACHERS OF THE WALDORF SCHOOL.
    • human nature and to deal with them. In a school like the Waldorf
    • And you see, when you have the attitude of a Waldorf teacher towards
    • Waldorf School teachers themselves is receptivity to the changes in
    • for reasons which I shall explain. A Waldorf teacher — if I may
    • express myself paradoxically — a Waldorf teacher has to be
    • the Waldorf teacher must be prepared for the sun not to rise one day.
    • essential mood and nature of a Waldorf teacher.
    • episode which occurred last year in the Waldorf School. One day when I
    • was back once again at the Waldorf School for the purpose of directing
    • the children of the Waldorf School there is no grudge against the
    • Waldorf School pedagogy is evolved day by day every occurrence must be
    • this situation it is essential to have what the Waldorf teachers have
    • Waldorf school teachers. (literally: this chasm must be filled up).
    • Now the Waldorf teacher comes to learn such things as this through
    • If one desires to be a Waldorf teacher, which means to work from a
    • take alarm to-day if one says: the Waldorf teachers start from
    • must be based on a knowledge of man, and that the staff of the Waldorf
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