This workshop is the perfect opportunity to find out how to effectively assess students before, during and after the instructional process. The workshop is offered seperately for primary and secondary school teachers.
Kaldor Public Art Projects celebrates its 50th anniversary and takes over the Art Gallery of NSW with the exhibition Making Art Public.
The Goethe-Institut has frequently collaborated with Kaldor Public Art Projects, and this partnership continues in the current program.
This interesting poster exhibition highlights the years 1989/90. It recalls the protests against the falsification of the GDR municipal elections, the summer commutation and the mass protests in autumn that brought the SED dictatorship to its knees. It can be visited until Februrary 2020 at the Goethe-Institut in Melbourne.
Combining the best of both worlds: face-to-face instruction and flexible online German lessons — our Blended Learning courses are an ideal option for people who don’t just want to learn online or those with limited time. Learn more about our brand new Blended Learning Courses!
Following four families in a small German town as they search for missing children, Netflix’s standout German-language sci-fi drama Dark proves just as compelling — as well as dramatic and philosophical — in its twisty second season.
There’s been a recent increase in the number of German, and German-speaking, players showing up in Australia’s premier football competition, the A-League. Sun, surf and soccer might seem like the perfect combination for a European footballer looking to broaden his horizons, but it can be testing too.
There are segments of the Berlin Wall located all over the world: in English gardens, in the lobby of a hotel in Texas, along with countless sections in public parks, art galleries and private properties right across Europe. Now, an original slab of the Wall is going on display in Sydney.
What colour is Christmas? “Green!”, according to Sasha, the protagonist of our advent calendar story. Follow her on her journey as she tries to have a sustainable Christmas season. Win great presents, including a German online course!
The wall that divided Germany and Berlin fell in 1989. What changes have the country and the city seen since then? And where does one still find traces of the previous borders? Walks and tours along the places where the wall once stood.