PASCH Science Show

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PASCH Science Show

Science is fun! Primarily, if it happens right in front of students’ eyes. German science entertainer Joachim Hecker lets snow bubble out of a glas, separates eggs with a bottle and extinguishes a burning bill in his jacket. This fall, the Goethe-Instituts in Washington, Chicago and Boston are inviting him on a tour through PASCH schools across the USA. “Science experiments allow kids to literally grasp our reality, says Joachim Hecker. What they acquire in fun experiments will linger in their memory much longer than what they read on the internet. You explore these things with all your senses.” Science plays an important role in German classes at PASCH schools, as they combine excellent STEM- and German programs.

October 25: Deerfield Elementary School, Lexington, SC
October 26: McKinney Boyd High School, McKinney, TX
October 29: Cheyenne Mountain High School, Colorado Springs, CO
November 1: Niles West High School, Skokie, IL
November 2: German International School Boston
November 3: University of Rhode Island ('Focus on STEM-Immersionday')

 

Jo Hecker in Deerfield ES
Goethe Institut