Seminars and Workshops for German teachers

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A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF RACISM IN THE GERMAN CONTEXT

The number of participants for each seminar is limited. To apply, please fill out the application form below and send it to teacherservice-chicago@goethe.de



Josephine Apraku © Lars Walther Josephine Apraku is a scholar in African Studies. She has been working as a lecturer at both the Alice Salomon University and the  Humboldt-University in Berlin since 2015. Additionally, she founded and jointly manages the Berlin-based Institute for Anti-Discriminatory Education with Jule Bönkost. She writes columns for Missy Magazine and Edition F.
 

Ways to make the teaching of German non-discriminatory

BOOKED - Workshop 1: Historical insight on racism in Germany

March 6, 2021, 10:30 AM -12:00 PM
Meeting ID: 848 2079 3329
Speaker: Josephine Apraku
Target group: German teachers from the USA
Content: Racism has a long history in Germany as well, which impacts how racism works in the present. In this training we will take a look at racism in Germany with its historical references.

Workshop 2: Resistance to racism in the context of Germany

March 27, 2021, 10:00-11:30 AM.
Meeting ID: 882 5880 0786
Speaker: Josephine Apraku
Target group: German teachers from the USA
Content: As long as racism has existed, there has been resistance to it. From the beginning, people have struggled and allied against it. We look at resistance to racism in the context of Germany.

Workshop 3: Racism in our German textbooks

April 15, 2021, 4:00-5:30 PM.
Meeting ID: 891 9519 1486
Speaker: Josephine Apraku
Target group: German teachers from the USA
Content: Racism in our textbooks? In this training we analyze how racism is reproduced in educational materials.

Workshop 4: Methods for the critical treatment of racism in the German classroom

May 8, 2021, 10.30-11.30 AM.
Meeting ID: 842 2450 6955
Speaker: Josephine Apraku
Target group: German teachers from the USA
Content: There are so many ways to critically address racism in the classroom. We will learn different methods which can be suitable for teaching German in the classroom.