How Should We Teach About the Righteous Around the European Day of the Righteous?

Redakcja / Editorial staff / English translation: Andrew Rajcher, 12th February 2021
Every two weeks, we invite teachers, educators and specialists in education methods the POLIN Museum Education Centre's Facebook page, where discussions and lectures are broadcast. During these events, topics regarding current challenges posed by remote education will be presented and discussed. They will include inspirational work methods for working with young people. The first lecture is centred around the European Day of the Righteous.

The European Day of the Righteous falls on 6th March. How do you prepare the commemoration of this day in your school or class? How do you organise online classes on the subject of helping others? What do you draw attention to when talking to students about the Righteous?

You are invited to the first event in the series "Tuesdays for Teachers”.On 16th February, at 6:00pm, Anna Staszewska-Zatońska (POLIN Museum) will deliver a lecture on:

How Should We Teach About the Righteous Around the European Day of the Righteous?

See: POLIN Museum Education Centre on Facebook »

Anna Staszewska-Zatońska is a teacher, translator, educator and a POLIN MUseum guide. She is a graduate of the Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw where, for many years, she taught future translators and teachers and were she conducted research into glottology and socio-linguistics. She studied philosophy at the University of Paris 1, classical philology at the University of Warsaw and the history and culture of Jews in Poland at the Anielewicz Centre in the Faculty of History at the University of Warsaw. She has been associated with the POLIN MUseum since 2013.