Information sessions for parents and children
Children have thousands of questions that may sound straightforward enough but can sometimes prove very tricky to answer. How does a self-driving car drive? Why does it rustle inside the shell? What do a plane and a tin can have in common? How does a 3D printer work?
That’s why the Goethe-Institut created the Digital Kinderuniversity ("Kinderuni"), a free online platform that is open to all children – no matter where they live or which school they attend. It provides information and education for children aged eight to twelve. It gives young scientists the chance to find out the answers to questions for themselves – about natural phenomena, for instance – while at the same time learning their first words in German. This fun online learning environment reflects the basic structure of a university: the faculties on offer, namely “Humankind”, “Nature”, and “Technology”, as well as the carefully selected video sequences, reflect the world as experienced by young students.
If you want to learn more about this online platform, join us on the first Sunday of July (4th July) for a detailed introduction at our Goethe-Library.
Digital Kinder University Information session I:
Timeslot: 14:00 - 14:30
Digital Kinder University Information session II:
Timeslot: 16:00 - 16:30
Interested parties please register for a spot at email@example.com