Welcome to Teaching Sustainability in German and STEM classrooms!

 About the Program

This project unites German and STEM teachers under the umbrella of Sustainability.

It promotes exchange of knowledge, learning from best practice, and working across the curricula. The project gives teacher teams the opportunity to be trained about various sustainability topics (i.e.water, energy, climate, and consumption…) by experts in Germany.

As a part of this program, teachers observe how Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) is taught in German schools.

The program is organized by the Goethe-Institut Chicago and is financially supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy through the European Recovery Program.

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Are you looking for new teaching materials and project ideas on sustainability? Then have a look around on our materials page.


Bishop Lynch’s Kristie Wainwright Brings Sustainable Gardening to Texas High School:

Watch a video about her sustainable gardening project here.

Read about her teaching journey here.



School children on water mission:
Elementary and Middle School students are learning across disciplines about the resource water in the context of sustainability.

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STEM – Learning with CLIL

Teaching in German outside of the language classroom – does that work? Yes! – With CLIL!

And with which subjects? Geography, biology, art … and of course STEM!

STEM Subjects: Math, Science, Engineering and Computer-Science.


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