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Dear students and friends,
An unusual newsletter in unusual times: Before we go on Easter break, we would like to give you a short update on the current developments at our school and how Covid-19 is affecting our work and course program. We would also like to share some tips with you on how to practice your German in times of social distancing and how you can support us. So read on!
In the beginning of March the first session of the Arts & Language Workshop series took place. Under the motto "alphabet soup", we met here at Transmitter for an afternoon to exchange our learning and teaching experiences with the German language and in particular to examine textbook series such as Menschen or Sicher! closely.
Due to the Covid-19 virus, we were forced to restructure our regular school operations and all the services we offer during this week. Here we would like to inform you about the most important changes on our current and coming courses, course registration, online sessions and our extra-curricular meetings.
Sarah was actually the first Transmitter students we interviewed for this series even before christmas, when learning German in groups was still possible at Transmitter. Sarah lives in Berlin for two years now working as a pilates instructor. She took classes with us a few month ago and enriched our community with her positive, humorous vibes.
Since last week, all of our classes are taking place via Zoom. Here are some impressions of our online courses!
If you are up for some interactive German learning in times of social isolation, sign up for our upcoming courses starting after our Easter Break. All courses will start as scheduled on the 20th of April. It might be that they will start online and will then be shifted to real life, depending on the situation. Check out our course program for April.
Last week, we moved all of our courses to an online format, using Zoom. This has presented our teachers with quite some challenges.