Conference National Conference for Teachers of German

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Fri, 31.08.2018 -
Sat, 01.09.2018

Bayview Eden

6 Queens Road
3004 Melbourne

SUSTAINABLE WITH GERMAN

Teachers of German are more than ever focused on creating sustainable German programs in their schools and engaging school communities in cross-curricular projects. German lends itself to many domains, in particular to those related to environmental topics and therefore plays a pivotal role in creating a viable future. A language program well embedded in school and community life will positively influence learning outcomes for students of all subjects
 
International and local guest speakers and colleagues will present inspiring ideas and best practice examples ready for classroom use as well as the latest trends in research and language policies (state, national and international). There will be an emphasis on innovative and integrated learning programs to engage students of all ages.
 
This conference provides the forum to develop personal collaborative relationships promoted by the Network of Australian Teachers of German (NATG).

We are delighted to welcome international guest speaker, Rebecca Rashid from Germany who will present on the subject of "sustainability", as well as Maria Fischer-Siregar from Indonesia who will give an overview of the DLL (Deutsch Lehren Lernen) online courses offered by the Goethe-Institut.
 
ACCOMMODATION
The Goethe-Institut is not handling the booking of accommodation. We have negotiated special rates at the Bayview Eden Hotel: $160.00 single or twin room only, $180 single room with breakfast and $200 twin room with two breakfasts. After 17 August 2018, rooms not specifically reserved will be released and become a subject to availability. For bookings, email reservations.bem@bayviewhotels.com, call (03) 9250 2222 or follow the link to book room only or room and breakfast online.

REGISTRATION
Please register here by 17 August 2018.

This conference is organised and funded by the Goethe-Institut Australien.
 

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