Pentru Comemorarea Zilei Internaționale a Victimelor Holocaustului (27 ianuarie) și a victimelor Pogromului de la București din 21-23 ianuarie 1941 de la București, elevii clasei a XI-a E de la Colegiului Național „Iulia Hasdeu” Lugoj au realizat, în ianuarie 2017, proiectul „Sclipiri în noaptea Holocaustului”. Elevii implicați în proiect au inscripționat, prin decupare, o serie de noțiuni și termeni referitori Holocaust în cilindrii de carton.
For the International Holocaust Remembrance Day (27 of January) and the victims of the Pogrom of Bucharest (21-23 January 1941), the students of class XI E from the National College „Iulia Hasdeu” Lugoj have participated in January 2017 in the project entitled „Glimmers in the Night of the Holocaust”. The students involved in this project have engraved, by cropping, a series of notions and terms related to the Holocaust on cardboard cylinders.
On the 9th of October, Romania celebrates the Holocaust Memorial day. On this occasion, as a result of an old collaboration, the students of the Nartional College "Iulia Hasdeu" Lugoj, alongside the coordinating teacher Horațiu Suciu, have joined the Jewish community at the ceremony organised at the Synagogue in Lugoj on the 10th of October 2016. During the course of the event, the Jewish community leader, Mr. Ivan Bloch, spoke to the students about the Holocaust, and the traditions and life style of the Jewish community within Lugoj.
When I teach about holocaust in my school, I use centropa material. My favourite story is Three promises - Matilda Khalef story. As I think that actualization is important part of history lesson, we compared transportation of Jewes to concentration camps with modern migration issue. My pupils decided to make a film about topic. They write script, filmed and edited it by themself. They also made subtitles. This short film was result of their work. Project was finished in one month.
In the school year 2015-2016 the students in the 11th grade of Colegiul National “Iulia Hasdeu” Lugoj have studied “The history of the Jewish. The Holocaust”. The last project based on the study of this subject consisted of “Lights in the darkness”
Family stories of the Leo Baeck Education Center's 7th grade students:
When you hear the name of an outstanding teacher, writer and doctor Janusz Korczak, just imagine the pre-war and in-war Poland. Few people know that their outstanding work, "How to love a child," he wrote in our city -Kiev
Let's go on a tour around his places in Kiev