Digital Kinderuniversity, a project by the Goethe-Institut, offers children the opportunity to discover the answers to questions about the natural world around them in a bilingual setting.
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Hi everyone, we hope that you and your loved ones are well, staying healthy and practicing social distancing. We are following provincial regulations and Toronto Public Health advisories, therefore the Goethe-Institut Toronto will remain physically closed to the public until further notice. Don't worry, we are still in operation and working hard to bring you German courses, online events and digital offers. Make sure to check our website for more information on our virtual classes, registration and scheduling. You can still reach us by email, sign up for our newsletters and don't forget to follow us on social media (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) to stay in touch. Take care and stay safe!
Register now for one or Online group classes this fall! All levels between A1 and C1 are being offered.
The EUFF embraces Canada-wide audiences as they move online for a special 2020 edition.Mark 13-29 November in your calendar and make sure to join us on this virtual cinematic adventure.
If you possess a high level of proficiency or are a Native Speaker of German, consider enrolling in this course. International Languages teachers are needed and valued at all levels of K-12 schools.
The Goethe-Institut Toronto has invited Swiss-Canadian librarian-photographer Thomas Guignard to take over the Goethe Media Space for fall 2020 to investigate questions about reading hubs and architectural spaces, and where and how people read.
Our physical library may still be closed but that doesn’t mean reading is cancelled! If you aren’t already a member of the Onleihe, our eLibrary, what are you waiting for? Signing up is easy, and you can download materials directly to your mobile devices and computers. Check out some great German books, newspapers, magazines, albums, films and more!