Hands-on Kinderuni workshop Kinderuni Live!

Deutsche digitale Kinderuni - Für Kinder von 8 bis 12 Jahren © Goethe-Institut / Kids Interactive

Sat, 12/14/2019

Goethe-Institut Chicago

150 North Michigan Avenue
Suite 200
Chicago, lL 60601

For children, teenagers parents and educators

Join us for a family event presenting our new plattform that combines learning German and STEM!

Children and teenagers are invited to take part in three live Kinderuni lectures from the faculties humankind, nature, and techology. Questions like, “How do spiders spin their webs?“ or “Why are shadows sometimes really long?“ will be explored in hands-on sessions featuring small experiments and opportunities to learn some German! If you attend all 3 lectures you will be able to solve our quiz and win a prize! 

For teachers and educators Goethe-Institut staff will showcase the features of the learning platform and explain how to track your child's learning progress and where to find the accompanying lesson plans and handouts for teaching Kinderuni at school. We look forward to having you here! 

Lectures start 11:15AM, 12:15PM, and 1:15PM. 

RSVP HERE
 
Time/Room Klassenzimmer 1 Klassenzimmer 2 Klassenzimmer 3 Lesesaal
11:15AM-12:00PM Topic: Shadow Games
Professor: Anja Gebauer
Topic: Spider webs
Professor: Sabrina Jaromin
Topic: Self-Driving Cars
Professors: Christina Scheidemantel and Conor Bulkeley-Krane
Information for parents and educators

Coffee, juice and snacks
12:15PM-1:00PM Topic: Shadow Games
Professor: Anja Gebauer
Topic: Spider webs
Professor: Sabrina Jaromin
Topic: Self-Driving Cars
Professors: Christina Scheidemantel and Conor Bulkeley-Krane
1:15PM-2:00PM Topic: Shadow Games
Professor: Anja Gebauer
Topic: Spider webs
Professor: Sabrina Jaromin
Topic: Self-Driving Cars
Professors: Christina Scheidemantel and Conor Bulkeley-Krane

​If you would like to become a student of the German Digital Kinderuniversity right now visit www.goethe.de/kinderuniusa and start learning!

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