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Workshop conference
Startklar?!

Startklar?! Ready for new beginnings in tomorrow’s language teaching and learningGraphic: Goethe-Institut

About Startklar?!

Startklar!? Visions or Winners Video: Goethe-Institut

Human and Machine

Will chatbots soon replace teachers? Is it possible to experience exams through a virtual reality headset? And do you still need language courses at all in an era of translation software? Academics, teachers and learners, as well as publishing representatives and programmers came together at the STARTKLAR?! workshop conference from 21st – 23rd March in Berlin, to discuss the future of digital language learning and develop actual approaches.


Presentations

Participants from a variety of academic backgrounds discussed a wide range of themes of the first day: Digital Literacy, Artificial Intelligence, Learning Analytics, Global Workspaces, Immersive Learning, Translation Technology, Open Sources and Digital Task and Exercise Formats.


Hackathon & Open Space

Tapp © Goethe-Institut

During the late-night Hackathon, interdisciplinary teams worked together to develop innovative project ideas for teaching and learning foreign languages in the future. First prize was awarded to the idea for a tandem app for language learning, six more projects will receive funding from the Goethe-Institut.


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Partner

Event partner


re:publica
 

Kindly supported by


Cornelsen Hueber Ernst Klett Verlag
 


Contact

Katharina Rubin-Roth
Division language courses and professional development for teachers
Goethe-Institut
startklar@goethe.de

Hannah Cuvalo
Communication Startklar?!
Goethe-Institut Capital Office
+49 30 25906 481
Hannah.Cuvalo@goethe.de

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