dr Aleksandra Stolarczyk
A doctor of Humanities in the field of Theory of Literature by the resolution of the Board of the Institute of Languages of Nicolaus Coperncicus University. She is also a graduate of the post- graduate studies devoted to teaching the Polish language as a foreign language; the author of elaboration of teaching programmes offered during Summer School of Polish and Polish Culture for Foreigners.
She has completed different workshops and conferences devoted to methodology of teaching the Polish language. She cooperates with methodological centres, e.g. Kujawsko-Pomorskie Centre of Teacher Education.
Her interests include: contemporary literature with special emphasis placed on Polish literature education, the problem of the use of literary works during Polish literature classes, which is connected with innovative methods of working with texts. She is also interested in the status of the Polish language teacher and the position of Polish language and literature teaching in the Polish educational system.
During 2017 and 2018, Wisława Świerszcz (Republic of Poland) taught Polish as a foreign language at Kamianets-Podilskyi Ivan Ohiienko National University. The teacher cooperated with our IHE on the basis of a bilateral agreement between the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Poland.
Doctor of Humanities, University of Rzeszów (Republic of Poland)
Scientific interests: methodology of teaching Polish as a foreign language.
Work experience: 2008-2014 delegated ORPEG (Center for the Development of Polish Education Abroad) to Ukraine to teach Polish.
She started working with Kamianets-Podilskyi Ivan Ohiienko National University when she received a teaching assignment from the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange in Warsaw within the framework of the Lecturers program. Over the past few years, Ms. Barbara has conducted many trainings in Ukraine and Poland that helped to improve the language competences of teachers who teach Polish.