Project Based Learning

Project Based Learning in the German classroom

The Goethe-Institut is offering three days of advanced training for German teachers:
Project Based Learning in the German Classroom October 28-30, 2016

PBL

Project Based Learning promotes creativity, critical thinking, self-direction, and teamwork to create solutions to real world issues or problems.
It also offers the opportunity to integrate different subjects. Through PBL, students will become more engaged with the subject content.

The advanced training will focus on

  • What is Project Based Learning (PBL) and how can it be integrated into the German classroom?
  • How different disciplines can work together
  • How to integrate technology, i.e. the flipped classroom
  • Various teaching methods
  • Developing a project
Presenter: Angelika Becker 

The Goethe-Institut provides accomodations in double rooms in Chicago and travel expenses up to a maximum of $450 to/from Chicago.
 

Grants available for German or interdisciplinary projects

We support interesting German or interdisciplinary projects which will be completed by the end of 2016 with up to $250.

How to apply for the seminar

  • Fill out the application form.
How to apply for the seminar and the grant
  • Fill out the application form.
  • Describe your project idea and your goals (short description, max. 1-2 pages).
Registration Form

Please submit your application by no later than September 30, 2016 by mail, email or fax to
 
Goethe-Institut Chicago
Attn: Projektbasiertes Lernen
150 N Michigan Ave, Suite 200
Chicago, IL 60601

Tel:  +1 312 263 0472
Fax: +1 312 263 0476
 

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