Young people in Australia are growing up in an increasingly connected world that presents both global opportunities and challenges. In this rapidly changing environment communication and language learning are more important than ever for future career options. Skills in German provide local and international pathways for further study, research and work. Significant factors in gaining these skills are teachers and language programs that facilitate effective communication in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. The Australian Curriculum lays a foundation across state and territory borders for developing quality German programs that enable future opportunities. In recognition of this the focus of the National Conference 2016 is collaborating to create our future as educators while we ensure students realise their future.
Conference flyer with preliminary program can be downloaded here:
National Conference 2016 Flyer
Draft program is now available for download:
for the National Conference is now open.
We have negotiated special rates at Bayview Eden Hotel: $155 single or twin room only, $175 single room with breakfast and $195 twin room with two breakfasts. After 19 August 2016
, rooms not specifically reserved will be released and become subject to availability. For bookings visit www.bayviewhotels.com
and enter group code GOTHEINSTITUT. Reservations may also be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or by phone on 03 9250 2222.
The National Conference is supported by the Victorian Government. A representative from the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Canberra will deliver an address at the Conference Dinner. The Conference is also supported by the Kultur und Sprache program of the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Frauen in Austria, and the AGTV Inc. through sponsorship of a guest speaker from Austria.