A gala ceremony took place on 18 September this year at the headquarters of the Institute of War Losses in Warsaw. During he ceremony, prizes were awarded to the winners of the first edition of the "Competition for lesson plans devoted to the problem of identifying and describing the consequences of World War II", announced by the Institute of War Losses.

The competition was open to teachers who decided to write 5 lesson plans to be implemented within school subjects selected by the organiser, i.e. history, Polish language, civics, history and the present, music, visual arts and basics of entrepreneurship.

Choosing the best scenario was not easy - the jury was surprised by the number of concepts and the creativity of the authors. However, it was decided to announce that:

  • The 1st place was awarded to Anna Krygier;
  • The 2nd place went to Agnieszka Wojda;
  • The 3rd place went to Cecylia Bielnik.

A special distinction was also awarded to Agnieszka Sławińska.

The awards were presented by the Director of the Institute, Prof. Dr. (hab) Konrad Wnęk.

We would like to congratulate the authors of the awarded scenarios, we hope that such creative ideas will accompany them in their everyday work.