Webinar on "Pitch your green idea - The serious entrepreneurship game"
In this game students work with their partner schools to become entrepreneurs and enhance their language skills while learning how to be proactive in saving the environment. In this webinar you will learn all about how to lead your students through this virtual exchange with a twist.
Wednesday, December 8, 11 am - noon EST
Are you a teacher in the U.S. leading or planning to start a GAVE exchange? This form allows you to
- register you virtual exchange,
- register your partnership with a school in Germany or request to be paired with a partner school,
- request access to the data-protected platform Immerse-U for yourself, your students, and your partner school,
- apply for a technology stipend of up to $1,000 for tech equipment or platform subscriptions needed for your exchange (we ask that those applying for the stipend please fill out the cooperation agreement and upload it with the form.)
Schools in Germany:
If you are a school in Germany looking to take part in the GAVE program and need information about how to partner with an American school or have questions about launching, participation, grants etc., please visit Kultusminister Konferenz Pädagogischer Austauschdienst.
Click here for the information and materials you will need to get your GAVE program underway.
Download our flyer for students to get them excited about participating in GAVE!
The GAVE program is divided into
topics that all follow the same blueprint, or ‘Fahrplan,’ as we say in German. Each packet focuses on one student-centered topic. Starting with introductory activities and culminating in interesting exchange projects, your students will have fun while learning more about the German language and culture as they interact with their German counterparts.
GAPP offers training and workshops on coordinating successful exchanges and professional development opportunities. Our latest offerings include a 3-week online Intercultural Communication course.
German American Partnership Program is administered by the Goethe-Institut and funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and the U.S. Department of State. GAPP is also supported by the WunderbarTogether Campaign. In Germany, GAPP is administered by our partner, the Pädagogischer Austauschdienst (PAD).