The Transatlantic Outreach Program (TOP) provides North American educators of social studies and STEM subjects, as well as workforce decision makers, with classroom materials, workshops, virtual exchanges, and study tours. This guest blog post was written by 2018 TOP fellow and South Carolina educator Kirstin Bullington about how she plans to teach her students differently about Germany following her time abroad on a TOP study tour.
TOOOOR! A student at Willis Jr. High School in Chandler, Arizona put one in the back of the net during the a German-language Soccer Camp organized by the Goethe-Institut Chicago and led by trainers from Auf Ballhöhe, a German intercultural education and sports project.
Re:publica – the largest conference for internet and digital society in Europe – has teamed up with Reeperbahn Festival and Next Media Accelerator to travel the USA with the Sequencer Tour. Next stop: Motor City!
The Land of Inventors Germany is a hands-on, multimedia exhibit which gives visitors the opportunity to learn about fascinating inventions in a number of different fields such as computer science, energy, and medicine.
The German Digital Kinderuni (Children’s University) is a free education project through the Goethe-Institut for children from 8 to 12 years old.