Halina Stasiak, Polish language educator. Certified in philology, linguistics, foreign language educator. Recipient medal President Poland, 1988, President German Republic, 1993. Member International Organization German Teachers, Polish Philology Organization.
Stasiak, Halina was born on July 1, 1934 in Poznan, Poland. Daughter of Wiktor and Izabella (Trajtler) Debicki.
Magister, Adam-Mickiewicz-U., Poznan, 1956. Doctorate, University Gdansk, Poland, 1973. Doctor Habilitation, University Gdansk, Poland, 1992.
Professor, University Gdansk, Poland, 1993.
Director Institute Language Method, Poland, 1966-1978. Director Foreign Language Institute University Gdansk, 1979-1988, director College Foreign Language, since 1990. Consultant Academy Adult Learners, Poland, since 1990, Ministry Education, Warsaw, Poland, since 1984.
Visiting professor University Dresden, Germany, 1985-1986, University Rostock, Germany, 1987-1988. Visiting professor, director German as Foreign Language, University Saarbrücken, Germany, 1988-1991.
Certified in philology, linguistics, foreign language educator.
Author: (books) Psychological and Pedagogical Aspects of Foreign Language, 1992 (Gdansk Ministry of Education award 1993), Scanning and Teaching, 1988, Curriculum for a Modern Teacher Education, 1995 (Warsaw Ministry of Education award 1996).
Member International Organization German Teachers, Polish Philology Organization.
Avocations: music, painting, collecting owls and watches.