Schlagwort: Germany

Blog feature: Introducing the upcoming essay collection of a 12th grade!

Germany, Zeven: students, St.-Viti-Gymnasium

A 12th grade advanced English course from a Gymnasium in Germany, Zeven, wrote an essay collection about their "Corona/lockdown-stories". You'll get to know them in upcoming blog-posts! They wrote an Introduction on their collection for you blog readers. Stay tuned for their bitter-sweet stories!

„Moin people of the internet,
after two months of quarantine we can finally slowly but surely get back to the status quo. During this past self-isolation, there was one thing we all had in common: we were alone. Nevertheless, everyone dealt with that situation in their own way and therefore experienced this time-out from normality very individually. We, the senior class in advanced English of the St.Viti Gymnasium Zeven, shared our personal experiences as „quaranteens“ in a collection of narrative essays which

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Einfluss von Coronavirus-Pandemie auf unsere Vereinsaktivitäten in Deutschland und Ghana

Germany, Göttingen: Dr. Sam Essiamah, Forest Research Scientist

Unser Verein „Schulwälder für Westafrika e.V.“ – mit Sitz in Göttingen – unterstützt Nord-Süd-Schulpartnerschaften durch Aufforstungsprojekte an westafrikanischen Schulen, um einen Beitrag gegen die Zerstörung des Regenwaldes und für den Naturschutz zu leisten.

Dafür arbeiten wir mit verschiedenen Schulen in Deutschland und Ghana zusammen.
Unsere geplanten Veranstaltungen 2020 in Deutschland sind alle abgesagt. Durch die Corona-Beschränkungen können wir zurzeit

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Waiting for the storm to pass

Colombia / Germany, Ostrhauderfehn: Linda Daybana, 21, refugee status

That’s how I’ve felt in the last weeks, with the COVID-19-Pandemic:
I started to observe that as the economic environment around us collapses, we also need to isolate ourselves from society.
On a personal level, like for those people who need to work, to buy, to travel, and also for those who live together, new opportunities will come, but just when the storm calms a little bit. We don’t know how

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10,000 exchange students have been sent back home

France, Aubenas / Germany, Bunde: Ina A., 18, student

The internet can be a very dangerous place, coined by negativity, but this blog can be something beautifully inspiring.

Hi, my name is Ina, 18 years old, and I’m a former exchange student from Germany. I live in the north of Germany, next to the Dutch border, on a farm. This year I should be spending in southern France until July but unfortunately, my organisation aborted our program due to the upcoming risks for us abroad. It was a Thursday evening in

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Pan-Holidays

Germany, Ostrhauderfehn: Angelo Coutinho, 19, Volunteer from Brazil (FöJ).

I am a Brazilian, living in my first months in Germany. With no doubt, one of the greatest benefits of living in Europe is being able to travel very cheaply, something impossible in Brazil. So, I found a flight to Poland for just 30 Euros. I bought it without thinking twice, how I have a cousin who lives in

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Podcast: Journalismus-Professor Marcus Bölz über Medien, Kommunikation und Unterrichten in der Krise

Germany, Hannover: Hans-Jakob Erchinger, Lehrer/ Medienbildung in Niedersachsen

Podcast über YouTube / Spotify / Apple-Podcast

Zur Person:
Hans-Jakob Erchinger ist Lehrer an der Marie Curie Schule bei Hannover. Mit seinem Kollegen hat er in Corona-Zeiten den Podcast „Schule Macht Medien“ gestartet.

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„Climate Cycle Tour“ meets „Bridge The Distance“

Germany, Ostrhauderfehn: Chuck Niessit, 33, project coordinator at Peer-Leader-International e.V.

Hello, my name is Chuck Niessit and I’m running the international project Climate Cycle Tour, in which we try to get more young people active in the topic of climate change.

Normally, we would be on our bikes through Bosnia and Herzegovina right now, riding each day to another place to have a public reading of our modern adaption

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Lonely sprayer, speaking the truth ?!

Germany, Bremen: Bihabel, 52

Graffiti in Bremen, Germany

Just saw this graffiti at the entrance of the bakery …

Selbstisolation, Social Distancing – ganz im Gegenteil!

Germany, Hamburg: Rainer R. Schoppe

Rainer R. Schoppe

Wenn ich mich so betrachte, in meiner selbst gemachten Fulltime-Häuslichkeit, wird mir bewusst – hey, wie langsam geht deine Uhr gerade, wie reduziert und gleichzeitig konzentriert gehst du die Dinge an. Alles was ich denke und tue, steht mehr im Fokus meiner eigenen Aufmerksamkeit, hinterfrage ich mehr. Wie viel Fremdbestimmung war vor Corona um mich, die auf ein Mindestmaß gesunken ist?

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