Six institutes in the U.S. in Boston, New York, Washington D.C., Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco are commited to working together with local, state, and federal partners to ensure high quality standards in the teaching and learning of German. Our educational programs for German learners cover the entire range of a learner`s biography: From early childhood education in kindergarten, to middle- and high school, to higher education in colleges and universities. We also provide curriculum and study tour experiences relevant to contemporary Germany for specific multiplier groups in North America, including social studies educators, STEM educators, and workforce development professionals.
This page features free-of-charge materials for teaching young children from pre-K to 5th grade. Learn how to teach CLIL, combine German and STEM or bring techniques of mindfulness into your German classroom. Brush up on the theory and methods of teaching this age group.
This page features carefully curated free-of-charge teaching materials for students in middle and high schools, grades 6-12, categorized according to the A1-C2 levels of the European Common Framework of Reference (CEFR).
Germany is one of the three most popular study destinations for foreign students: Higher education institutions in Germany offer the highest academic standards – and as such are the perfect springboard for a successful career at home or worldwide. Learn about our Goethe-Institut USA programs to understand how we prepare and support careers with German.