For Teachers

GIMAGINE provides free and relevant teaching materials, professional opportunities, language courses and support for teachers and language assistants. Photo of a woman, probably a teacher, standing next to a map of Germany, addressing a class © Jayne Lloyd

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for German Teachers

Grants & Scholarships for Teachers

Learn about our current grants and scholarships, both for teachers of the German language, be it for professional development or to increase your level of German, as well as for pupils, students, and learners of German. Get set, German! 

Class Preparation ...

doesn't have to be difficult (or time-consuming). We offer a wealth of information, materials and concepts that guarantee high-quality teaching while making learning fun.

Topical Exam Preparation
Fit for GCSE

Here you will find a wide range of teaching materials and free German exercises, compiled in accordance with subject areas of the British GSCE for German as a foreign language. The focus is on promoting the use of the German language in action-oriented lessons, communicative speaking and writing.

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German Expert Mentors (GEM) network

Our German Expert Mentors (GEMs) Network delivers support to German departments and professional upskilling to German teachers in schools across England. Part of a nationwide network, our GEMs will coach and mentor language-teaching professionals, supply updated teaching resources and materials, and re-energise language learning with free-of-charge, bespoke offers that can be tailored to individual needs upon request. 

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With our professional development initiatives, we seek to improve the quality of teaching and learning, while trying to ease the burden on professionals and institutions, by providing resources where they are needed.

Professional Development

The Goethe-Institut UK offers a wide range of professional development opportunities for German teachers - either online or in-person.

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