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02/2013

Not everyone has to be a genius, but politicians complain that too few young people are entering the field of science and technology. But what should we do to attract children and young people to these subjects? Read our special feature on MINT and how to get children interested in maths, IT, science and technology.
  • Are you in MINT condition?

    Not everyone has to be a genius, but politicians complain that too few young people are entering the field of science and technology. But what should we do to attract children and young people to these subjects?
    AUTHOR: SILKE BRANDT | PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2013/2
  • What is the formula for making children more enthusiastic about the natural sciences?

    The necessary ingredients are bright students, engaged teachers, an outdoor adventure instructor, the right equipment and enough time for experiments. Science teacher Boris Braun has the perfect recipe
    AUTHOR: MARIE SCHÜTZ | PHOTO: ANDREA USISON | 2013/2
  • “Children will go along with anything, even if it’s nonsense”

    Dr. Salman Ansari is an expert in early childhood learning concepts. He spoke with us about the uses of early development programmes, children as natural explorers and other misconceptions
    PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2013/2
  • MINT – Tips and Links

    Here are a few tips and links for some places where children can make their own scientific discoveries
    PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2013/2
  • Coeducation: Together or Separate?

    Should boys and girls study physics together in the same class?
    AUTHOR: HANNELORE FAULSTICH-WIELAND & HEINZ-PETER MEIDINGER | PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2013/2
  • Tips and Links: Which university courses can you study where? And which universities are the best?

    On this page, we introduce three German universities that have consistently received a high ranking. We have also listed some useful sites with detailed information about the topic of MINT or science and technology subjects
    PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2013/2
  • Too many drills, too little creativity

    Harald Lesch, as a science journalist and university professor, conveys complex natural phenomena in simple language, whether on television or in the lecture theatre. In an interview, he discusses how teachers can motivate their students to become interested in the natural sciences, the uses of physics in science fiction films and which subjects you should study in future
    PHOTO: SILKE WEINSHEIMER | 2013/2
  • Work experience at the Karolinenhof farm

    Jon from Phorms Campus Berlin on his work experience at the Karolinenhof farm
    AUTHOR: JON AMANN, YEAR 10, PHORMS CAMPUS BERLIN MITTE | PHOTO: PRIVATE | 02/2013
  • At the interface of economics and education

    Dr Carsten Breyde is executive director of Phorms Management AG. In an interview, he explains why the Phorms schools are so special
    PHOTO: ANDREA USISON | 2013/2
  • A school day in Turkey

    Looking beyond the boundaries with: Sarah Anahid Boyaci (Turkish-Armenian), aged 15 years, Year 10, from Istanbul, Turkey
    AUTHOR & PHOTO: YASEMIN ERGIN | 2013/2