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  1. Loving Every Child: Wisdom for Parents
  2. A Hero and the Holocaust: The Story of Janusz and His Children by David A. Adler, 2002-09
  3. Ghetto Diary by Janusz Korczak, 2003-05-11
  4. When I Am Little Again andThe Child's Right to Respect by Janusz Korczak, 1992-01-27
  5. The King of Children: The Life and Death of Janusz Korczak by Betty Jean Lifton, 2006-02-01
  6. King Matt The First by Janusz Korczak, 2004-01-01
  7. Janusz Korczak's Children (Kar-Ben for Older Readers) by Gloria Spielman, 2007-10
  8. A Voice for the Child: The Inspirational Words of Janusz Korczak by Sandra Josephs, 1999-10-25
  9. The Warsaw Ghetto Memoirs of Janusz Korczak by Janusz Korczak, 1978-06
  10. The King of Children: A Biography of Janusz Korczak by Betty Jean Lifton, 1989-08-26
  11. The Champion of Children: The Story of Janusz Korczak by Tomek Bogacki, 2009-09-01
  12. Ghetto Diary / The Last Walk of Janusz Korczak by Janusz Korczak, Aaron Zeitlin, 1978-06
  13. The Gate of Light: Janusz Korczak, the Educator and Writer Who Overcame the Holocaust (Sara F. Yoseloff Memorial Publications in Judaism and Jewish) by Adir Cohen, 1994-12
  14. Father of the Orphans - The Story of Janusz Korczak (Jewish Biography Series) by Mark Bernheim, 1989-03-05

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(1878/79–1942), physician, educator, and writer. Janusz Korczak (originally Henryk Goldszmit) was born in Warsaw to a secular family strongly acculturated into Polish culture and
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    In an inviting gift-book format, this is a heartfelt and helpful reminder of who we were as children and who we might become as parents. Customer Reviews: Wisdom from a Master The author, a physician, survived Nazi Germany and had love in his heart for all children. His wisdom and insights will make you glad to be a human being, and his humor and wry commentaries will delight you. Big gifts in small packages! Extraordinary parental advice. What children really think of us: Adults are not very clever. They don't even know how to take advantage of the freedom they have. They're so lucky, they can b

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      Was suchen wir, wenn wir das Leben eines Menschen nachzeichnen? - Was suchen wir bei einem Mann wie Janusz Korczak, dem Kinderarzt, Pdagogen, Schriftsteller und Leiter eines Warschauer Waisenhauses? - Immer mehr kommt unter uns daneben auf. - Dieser Satz aus Ernst Blochs Spuren ist als Motto der vorliegenden Lebensbeschreibung gewhlt worden. Korczak hat sich nie von der Zuversicht abbringen lassen, da in einer lebendigen Kindheit der Reichtum des spteren Lebens liegt, den zu ermglichen voll in der Verantwortung der Erziehung liegt. Geboren wurde Korczak am 22. Juli 1878 oder 1879 in Warschau. Genau lt sich das Geburtsjahr nicht mehr angeben und Korczak wute zeit seines Lebens nie, wie alt er eigentlich war.
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    Goals First iEARN e twinning workshop for teachers from Israel and teachers from Poland, in order to study in Poland together, about Korczak's educational method.
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    Goals: First iEARN "e- twinning" workshop for teachers from Israel and teachers from Poland , in order to study in Poland together, about Korczak's educational method. Peer- to- peer cultural meeting between teachers. Follow- up workshop in Israel Continue non-formal relationships that have been made during the workshop's conference
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    The 7 th Janusz Korczak International Conference November 2 nd th Ghetto Fighters' Hose Museum/Western Galilee Academic College Call for Papers
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    5. Korczak Janusz - WIEM, Darmowa Encyklopedia
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    Dodaj do notesu Literatura, Europa, USA, XIX i pocztek XX w., Jzykozawstwo Korczak Janusz , waciwie Henryk Goldszmit (1878 lub 1879-1942), polski prozaik ydowskiego pochodzenia, lekarz, pedagog, publicysta.
    Wsptwrca i kierownik ydowskiego Domu Sierot w Warszawie (1912-1942) i sierocica dla dzieci polskich Nasz Dom (1919-1936), gdzie stosowa nowatorskie metody pedagogiczne. Wykadowca Instytutu Pedagogiki Specjalnej i Wolnej Wszechnicy Polskiej. Zgin wraz ze swymi wychowankami wywieziony z getta w 1942, dobrowolnie towarzyszc im w drodze na mier. Prace z dziedziny pedagogiki, np.: Momenty wychowawcze Jak kocha dzieci (cz. 1-3, 1920), Prawo dziecka do szacunku
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    6. Biographies Of Janusz Korczak
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    7. Janusz Korczak - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Janusz Korczak; Janusz Korczak Born July 22, 1878 (187807-22) Warsaw, Congress Poland, Russian Empire Died August 1942 (1942-09) Treblinka extermination camp
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    Occupation Children's author humanitarian pediatrician and child pedagogue Janusz Korczak , the pen name of Henryk Goldszmit (July 22, 1878 – August 1942 ) was a Polish-Jewish children's author pediatrician , and child pedagogue , known as Pan Doktor (Mr Doctor) or Stary Doktor (Old Doctor). After spending many years working in an orphanage, he refused freedom and stayed with the children when the organisation was sent to exterminaton camps.
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      Janusz Korczak was born in Warsaw to an assimilated Jewish family. His mother, surname Głębicka, was the daughter of prominent Kalisz Jews and his father, Józef Goldszmit, was from a family of proponents of the haskalah . Korczak's father died in 1896, possibly by his own hand, leaving the family without a source of income. Over the next few years, the family was forced to abandon their spacious apartment. During his late teens, Korczak was the sole breadwinner for his mother, sister, and grandmother. In 1898 he used Janusz Korczak as a writing pseudonym in Ignacy Paderewski 's literary contest. The name originated from the book

    8. Janusz Korczak - Holocaust Education
    (1) Korczak, Janusz. Encycolopedia Judaica. Ed. Michael Berenbaum and Fred Skolnik. Vol. 12. 2nd ed. Detroit Macmillan Reference USA, 2007.
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    Children of the Street , described the horrors of homeless orphans who used street smart skills to survive. Because of his dedication to homeless children, he became head of a Jewish orphanage in Warsaw, a position he kept for the rest of his life (1).
    Korczak believed that the welfare of children would bring a better future for all mankind. He felt that modern parents regarded children as worthless and senseless creatures who distracted adults from productive work. He felt parents were putting their own pleasures ahead of the needs of their children (2).
    King Matt the First King Matt on the Desert Island , King Matt reflects on his disappointments and realizes that although he cannot change the past, he can improve his future and influence others to do the same (2).
    Korczak visited Palestine (Israel) many times and contemplated settling there. Compared to Poland, a life in Israel seemed more comfortable and secure. In spite of this, he returned to Poland because he did not want to leave the orphans in the Warsaw orphanage by themselves during troubled times. He felt this would be heartless and disloyal to all the children. Soon after he returned to Poland, the Germans invaded and Korczak was forced to relocate the orphans to the Warsaw ghetto (2).
    The Nazis came in 1942 to take the children to Treblinka. One of the orphans carried a green flag, symbolizing King Matt. The group of 200 children sang as they marched away. Korczak walked at the head of the group, even though he was weak and had been ill. The group was crowded together into the train as it pulled away to a concentration camp. Korczak never left his children (3).

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    Janusz Korczak was born Henryk Goldszmit, on July 22, 1878. He grew up in a Jewish family and decided to study medicine. Earlier in his life he was known as a literary figure in Poland. Janusz chose to lead another way of life and put his heart into the plight of the poor and orphaned children in Warsaw's quarters.
    Janusz Korczak From 1911, Janusz Korczak led the orphan house, Dom Sierot. He developed the ideas of a peaceful and classless society. In 1919, he created another children's house called, Nasz Dom, which means "our house." Janusz was always fighting for a better community and education for the children. He was a principal for the children houses, a doctor, a publisher of a children's newspaper, as well as an author. Korczak was also an expert witness in the district court of minors. In this position, he always sided with the children. Then World War II began in 1939. Under the regime of the Nazis in Warsaw, they created the Jewish ghetto and the orphan house was forced to move there. Instead of protecting himself, Janusz lived with the children under inhumane conditions. When, on August 5, the Germans rounded up the two hundred children he'd cared for, Korczak stayed with them during their "deportation" from the orphanage, to the trains, to Treblinka Camp. People who observed Korczak and "his children" walking to the train describe the children holding hands, carrying knapsacks and marching with dignity. Janusz was a courageous and brave man to stay with his orphans. All perished at Treblinka.

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    12. Janusz Korczak: Arzt, Schriftsteller Pädagoge
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    Janusz Korczak Wiki Korczak was born in Warsaw to an assimilated Jewish family. His mother, surname Głębicka, was the daughter of prominent Kalisz Jews and his father, J zef
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    [Login to edit this page] Korczak was born in Warsaw to an assimilated Jewish family. His mother, surname Głębicka, was the daughter of prominent Kalisz Jews and his father, Józef Goldszmit, was from a family of proponents of the haskalah. Korczak's father died in 1896, possibly by his own hand, leaving the family without a source of income. Over the next few years, the family was forced to abandon their spacious apartment. During his late teens, Korczak was the sole breadwinner for his mother, sister, and grandmother. In 1898 he used Janusz Korczak as a writing pseudonym in Ignacy Paderewski's literary contest. The name originated from the book Janusz Korczak and the Pretty Swordsweeperlady by Józef Ignacy Kraszewski. In 1890s he studied in the Flying University. In the years 1898–1904 Korczak studied medicine at the University of Warsaw and also wrote for several Polish language newspapers. After his graduation he became a pediatrician. During the Russo-Japanese War in 1905–1906 he served as a military doctor. Meanwhile his book Child of the Drawing Room gained him some literary recognition. After the war he continued his practice in Warsaw.

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