Workshop
Science Workshops in German

Exhibition 'Erfinderland Deutschland'
Exhibition 'Erfinderland Deutschland' | ©McCoy_Wynne

Goethe-Institut London

The Goethe-Institut London is delighted to offer further science workshops in German for secondary school pupils in London.  

The workshops promote the concept of STEM teaching combined with German and link to core subjects which are part of the curricula in Northwestern Europe. They inform students about the recent research projects of German scientists, showcase future prospects and focus on the topic of studying in Germany.

The organisation Native Scientists recruits German scientists and offers two workshops on 31 March 2017 (11am and 1pm) at the Goethe-Institut London. The scientists are prepared to work with secondary school pupils who are in their 3rd year and above of studying German.

A workshop takes about 1.5 hours during which the students are involved in different experiments (4 scientists will work with 5 students each). Separated into small groups (speed-dating principle), they learn about new experiments and simultaneously study the German language. 

Please click here to find further information about the science workshops in German.

Registration
The workshop at 1pm is already booked out but spaces are still availabe for the 11am workshop.

If you are interested in bringing your class (group size: 20 students max., 3rd year and above) to the 11am workshop, please send the completed registration form to teacher_services@london.org
 


Here you can find more information about the organisation Native Scientist.
We already offered school workshops with the Native Scientists as part of our exhibition Erfinderland Deutschland 2016. Here you can get a first impression of the workshops.
 
We look forward to welcoming you to the Goethe-Institut in London!
 

Details

Goethe-Institut London

50 Princes Gate
Exhibition Road
SW7 2PH London

Language: German
Price: Free of charge, booking essential
02075964013
teacher_services@london.goethe.org

Library 11am and 1pm