Goethe at home – online materials
Given that more and more schools are faced with having to teach in a virtual classroom, the Goethe-Institut has compiled a collection of materials that are suitable for the teaching and learning of German online.
Learning German online in Australia
There is good news for everyone interested in learning German in Australia. All Goethe-Institut courses are now online.
LINGO macht mint
LINGO consists of a hands-on magazine for children between the ages of 8 and 12 as well as the MINTmobile website and app for teens aged 13 to 16. All the resources are accessible free of charge on the Lingo website and can be used for digital learning.
National conference for teachers of German
The biennial National Conference for Teachers of German will be held in Melbourne from 4-5 September 2020. The conference sessions will explore the latest teaching programs and trends in research and language policies. Call for papers and conference registrations are now open.
Join the Goethe-Institut for the first edition of the GETVICO 24 – the virtual German teacher conference. 24 hours dedicated to teaching German around the world. The conference will start on 20 October 2020, in North America, pass on to Australia (21 October), continue to India and finally to our head office in Munich, Germany – and you can participate from wherever you are! Be part of it, share your expertise with colleagues and give a short speech about your topic. Maybe you are an expert with digital media, love to use films and literature in your class or you are experienced with differentiated instruction?