Edukacja ekologiczna w drugiej Rzeczypospolitej
Environmental education in the second republic of Poland
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The aim of the article is to explain problems related to environmental education of children in the Second Republic of Poland, based on selected examples of the work of Maria Arct-Golczewska, Zofia Bohuszewiczówna and Wanda Haberkantówna. The work of these authors, i.e. stories for children and textbooks for environmental education to be used at general schools and secondary schools, was recommended by the Minister of Denominations and Public Enlightenment. These stories and textbooks were intended as teaching aids in the environmental education process, a process that was an implication of all educational activities. The authors named above also translated, into Polish, and popularized the work of foreign authors, especially the following: A. E. Brehm, A. B. Buckley, H. Coupin, H. Fabre, E. Hassenpflug, P. Ledoux, G. G. Lewis and E. Thompson. It must be emphasised that the work of these foreign authors were also used as teaching aids during the Second Republic of Poland.
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