Gerald Hüther

The Corona Crisis has exposed long-standing problems in our schools: Far too many children and young people have been increasingly losing their zest for discovery and creativity for decades.
Young people who are initially afraid of school and later have "zero appetite for school" should be a wake-up call for all of us, leading to fundamental changes in our learning and educational culture.

In his lecture, Hüther shows how a strong, reliable and committed alliance of parents, educators and society can emerge. The common goal: to enable children to experience their innate joy of learning, discovering and creating together, and to promote their personal development.

The neurobiologist Prof. Dr. Gerald Hüther is one of the best-known brain researchers in Germany and is committed to a fundamental reform of the German education system.

As part of the International Science Festival - Geist Heidelberg

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On the following day (Sat, 26.11.) you can participate in a symposium with Gerald Hüther - together we would like to develop concrete and practically implementable initiatives to bring a love of learning into schools.
Lecture and symposium can be booked individually or as part of a Combitickets bookable. Please note the different price models.

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Details:

Date: 26.11.2021

Time: 20:00

Type:

A desire to learn instead of school frustration?

From complaint to movement

Event type:

Geist Heidelberg Lecture

Location:

Aula der Neuen Universität

Prices plus fees
Regular 11,90 €
Reduced 9,90 €
Member 6,90 €