Piotr Kowzan is an assistant professor at the Institute of Education at the University of Gdańsk's Department of Didactics and Education of Adults. In his research, he focuses on learning in social movements and children's participation in protests, as well as migration and financial education in contexts of crisis. He carried out research in countries like Poland, Iceland, and the United Kingdom. He teaches future educators about topics such as organising cooperation, teacher development, and global education.
Written by Piotr Kowzan
Strikes are emotionally difficult because a prolonged absence from work can be challenging for teachers, especially if they spend the strike period in schools with no students. It is often a moment of financial distress for teachers’ families. When confronted by the police, strikers face physical danger as well. But,...Teaching society through strike protest songs