Silvia is a primary school teacher, who works at a public school in the vibrant and colorful district of Berlin-Kreuzberg. Her main interests in teaching are literature and political education. She believes it is important to strengthen social and political awareness in young children to build an open-minded, social and peaceful future for everyone. If you would like to share ideas and projects with her, feel free to contact her at stieneker[[att]]gmx.de.
Written by Silvia Stieneker
Trade union rights are human rights 28 January 2020
“Susi”- a graphic novel about a Jewish girl in disguise - and how to work with the book in primary schools, by Silvia Stieneker (GEW, Germany).
I am a primary school teacher in Berlin. In the summer of 2019, I participated in a German-Israeli union seminar for teachers in Tel Aviv that was organized by the German union “Gewerkschaft Erziehung und Wissenschaft (GEW)” and the Israeli teachers union “Histadrut ha Morim”. In this seminar, we discussed...“Susi”- a graphic novel about a Jewish girl in disguise - and how to work with the book in primary schools, by Silvia Stieneker (GEW, Germany).