With these eight apps you can take the language classroom with you and practice anywhere. And every single one is free.
Tablet and internet instead of blackboard and chalk: three good examples of how young people are learning to handle digital media confidently.
A vocational school is preparing German and French youngsters for the employment market. What do the students think of their cross-border learning experience?
The German initiative “Schools: Partners for the Future” supports schoolchildren around the world and helps them become acquainted with German language and culture.
The worldwide German community is growing. PASCH schools are spreading German language and culture with a special strategy.
The most important websites and points of contact when searching for a job.
What does Anne Frank’s fate have to do with hate speech and discrimination? An exhibition makes the connection clear.
I've noticed that when trying to learn German, many foreigners, myself included, will follow a distinct pattern of eight language learning steps. Or, as is more often the case - eight not language learning steps. Only once we've completed all eight, can we really call ourselves integrated. Below, each of the eight are presented as fictional diary entries.
No ads, no fees, and a fast and easy language course. It is a program called Duolingo, a company whose innovative business concept keeps it relevant, fun, and free. But the question that inspired Duolingo CEO Luis von Ahn to create the service might not be what you would expect.
The tradition of hands-on training in the arts is alive and well in Germany. Interested in studying visual, performance, or sound arts? Keen to pursue graphic and product design, textiles, or typography? Germany is home to many exceptional art schools.
Maths, German – and happiness. This school subject really does exist. What schoolchildren learn for life from it.