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12/18/2018 » 1/21/2019
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Symposium - Unterlagen und Materialien

Unterlagen und Materialien

Thematische Kernfragen
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Seeing myself makes a difference, Daphne Warren
As world language educators seek answers as to how they can grow their programs, the passage of every student has to be evaluated and built in the culture of the classroom, curriculum, and extra-curricular activities. Numbers plummeting due to unrelatability, unawareness, and stereotypes that have been embedded in the stakeholders’/enrollees’ thoughts during course selection, have stifled the growth of German programs across the country. At the turning center of this unceasing maelstrom lies the ultimate educational challenge: how to effectively recruit students of color and brown students to not only take German, but to maintain their learnings by continuation of enrolling in more levels than two is of the essence in German language education.
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Best Practices for Graduate Student Instruction, Cori Crane
As many in our profession have long noted, preparing graduate students to become excellent collegiate language instructors requires a collaborative, long-term view of language teacher education that involves a network of mentors within departments, institutional units, and professional organizations.
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Mit Deutsch in die Zukunft, Susanne Rinner
My personal goal as the president of AATG is to encourage open dialogue and to initiate positive change, which, at times, requires addressing complex issues. Like many of you, I feel overwhelmed with the sheer amount of challenges teachers and professors in German face. Many of these issues concern all educators, including funding, or rather lack thereof, for public education, the overall de facto decrease of salaries, benefits, and professional development and research opportunities for many teachers and scholars, the alarming increase of contingent labor in higher education, and pressing questions about equality, equity, and diversity for students and educators.
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Ich bin vielleicht eine der am unwahrscheinlichsten Kandidaten, Deutschlehrerin zu werden, Katrina Griffin
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Rekrutierung und Bindung von Sprachlehrkräften: Zum Stand der Forschung, Erwin Tschirner
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Thesen zur DaF/DaZ-Lehrkräfteausbildung in Deutschland, Matthias Jung
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Teach German Fact Sheet
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Ergebnisse der Gruppenarbeit
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Über das Symposium

Programm

Podiumsdiskussion und Impulsvortragende

Teilnehmerinnen und Teilnehmer

Das Projekt "Mit Deutsch in die Zukunft (MiDeZu)" ist Teil des Deutschlandjahres USA 2018/19, eine Initiative gefördert durch das Auswärtige Amt, realisiert durch das Goethe-Institut e.V. und unterstützt durch den Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie e.V..


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