AATG-MI Workshop

Spring 2018

AATG-MI Spring Workshop and Business Meeting

The topic of this year’s workshop is Digital Storytelling: Deutsche Wurzeln in Michigan, as inspired by the presentation in December of last year by Julie Koehler. The Spring Business Meeting for our chapter will take place directly after the workshop. Members are warmly invited!

Start time will be 10:00 am but feel free to arrive a bit early to chat.

If you haven’t already (or you need to change your response), please sign up using this link so we can keep track of our attendance.

We will convene in room 101 at Lake Orion High School in Orion Township. The address is 495 E Scripps Rd, Orion Township 48360. Just enter through the main doors, walk through the lobby and turn left in the first classroom wing. You should find us in the first room on the left.

Spring 2017

The spring AATG-MI workshop and business meeting will take place on Saturday, March 18, from 8:30 am – 1:00 pm (light breakfast served at 8:30 am).

Topic: Deutschland – Land der Ideen

Presenters: Katharina Häusler-Gross and Susan Hojnacki

Details: This PD workshop offers new learning opportunities for German teachers at all levels of instruction (K-16), strengthens the teachers’ knowledge of German(-speaking) language and cultures (D-A-CH), and provides participants with innovative teaching strategies that directly impact their day-to-day work in the classroom and help to sustain and strengthen German programs.

Location: Wayne State University
906 W Warren Ave.
Romanian Room, located on the 4th floor of Manoogian Hall
Detroit, Michigan 48291

Registration: Registration for this free event is required. Registration closes on March 3, 2017. The number of participants is limited. Registration is only available online; there will be no on-site registration for this event. Registration includes a light breakfast.

The workshop generously sponsored by the Uwe K. Faulhaber Grant for German Studies from the Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Wayne State University.

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