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School must go on

An education podcast in German from Stephan Bayer

Der Podcast „School must go on“ entstand während der Schulschließungen im Frühjahr 2020. Für Bildungsunternehmer Stephan Bayer ( und Podcaster Philipp Glöckler war klar, dass das Lernen immer weitergeht – auch wenn es zunächst unvorstellbar schien.

Mit spannenden Denkanstößen und gelungenen Praxisbeispielen macht Stephan Bayer den Schulen Mut, sich nachhaltig und sinnstiftend weiterzuentwickeln. Er tauscht sich dazu jede Woche mit Lehrkräften, Bildungsexpert*innen und Familien über Themen wie Krisenmanagement, digitale Bildung oder neue Lernkonzepte aus. Seine Gäste zeigen, dass neue Bildung unkompliziert gelingen kann, wenn man mit Herz und Verstand zur Tat schreitet.

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