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The IPN’s new educational website

An online press conference with the participation of the President of the IPN, Dr Jaroslaw Szarek inaugurated the IPN’s new educational website - edukacja.ipn.gov.pl - prepared for teachers, students and history lovers wanting to broaden their knowledge of Polish history both at home and in the classroom.

After 20 years of operation , the IPN has a wealth of various educational materials, exhibitions and projects to offer. We have gathered and grouped these materials so as to facilitate the work of teachers, and to encourage young people to actively participate in the activities of the Institute of National Remembrance, not only in a traditional, but also online form.

 

https://edukacja.ipn.gov.pl/


Competition results, materials, schedules, news  - as of 26 March they will all be easily accessible on the IPN’s new educational site. We have prepared whole sets of materials, educational packs and teacher training materials. Educational portfolios, exhibitions, workshops, historical infographics, thematic portals and  numerous additional materials will also be available.


We will further  present the Polish Community Program, which has been greatly expanded in recent years. We have presented the scientific and educational achievements of the Institute of National Remembrance at our ”History Points” throughout the world. We have inspired Polish schools abroad and the Polish community to participate in our educational campaigns. As the Polish Community Program offer is directed at foreign recipients, many of our materials have been translated in order to cater for the needs of particular recipients. The IPN’s film productions and the recordings of interviews with witnesses of history can serve as excellent supplementary materials for lessons.

The new website will be presented by Dr Mateusz Marek, the Head of the Educational Projects Department at the IPN's National Education Office.

Access the website at : https://edukacja.ipn.gov.pl/

We invite you to watch the conference:

 


 

 

 

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