In this book Rudolf Steiner discusses how the Anthrosophical approach allows a child to be understood in its wholeness as a being of body, soul, and spirit. He quotes Goethe's saying, ``Consider the what, but pay more attention to the how.`` Teaching should be artistic, creative, improvisational. Yet it is clear that the great battle concerns the spiritual nature of the child. Teachers must discover the element of ``unborness`` in their children. They must form a relationship with what human beings experience in the spiritual world before birth.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: Anthroposophic Press
Language: English from German