The human being is basically threefold in its organic structure- head, trunk, limbs. The corresponding functions of thinking, feeling, and willing come to maturity in three distinct stages, each culminating in a particular peak of physiological development: the change of teeth, the arrival of puberty, and finally adulthood. 1,136 more words
- Instruction and education must not proceed from applied knowledge but rather from a living abundance. With this abundance the teacher deals with the children as though she were an instrument enabling the world itself to speak to the child. 719 more words
With each of the senses, the human being stands in a particular relationship with himself and his environment. With the sense of being, the sense of own motion and the sense of balance, the human being experiences perceptions that refer to his/her physically emotional existence and personal physical self. 269 more words
Writing as Willing
All students are incredibly brilliant learners long before they come to school. They have accomplished the greatest learning they will do in their lives by learning through imitation to stand upright and walk, speak and converse with others, and think clearly about their psychological makeup of being a person who thinks, feels, and wills. 3,422 more words
- The principal is the “Head Master Teacher” who can demonstrate the methodology.
- We start with Intuitive Learning with two kindergartens and two first grade teachers who are well trained and can be examples or models for the other teachers. 191 more words