About TeachtodayTeachtoday promotes safe and competent media use. Children & teens, parents & grandparents, as well as educational staff are supported with tips and materials that pertain to everyday life.
HighlightsWhether at the Summit for Kids or on Safer Internet Day – Teachtoday champions future-oriented teaching themes with various events, congresses and competitions.
Summit for Kids 2016
On November 04, 2016 Teachtoday held its “Summit for Kids” in Bonn, this time on data traces and security.Find out more!
Initiatives and exciting projects that work closely with Deutsche Telekom within the framework of Teachtoday.Find out more!
Each year the competition looks for great ideas that promote media competency with ingenuity.Find out more!
What do children think about digital media? This interactive booklet shows what’s important to kids with audio and video content.Find out more!
"When using digital media in school, it’s not the contents that should be determined through the medium, rather the other way around. That’s how a natural link between analog and digital media arises."
"I dispute that children are basically more competent in media use than adults. What the adults can learn from the children, however, is an open approach to media."
"Digital media are first and foremost means of communication. Learning to communicate and be communicative offers many opportunities in life, for example in the work and study worlds, but also in private life."
"When promoting media literacy, along with the pupils and students, teachers must also be considered. That’s how creative lessons can be designed to inspire to learn."
"The digital media open up a host of new possibilities and accordingly learning in school and other educational institutions will change radically."
"Safe and competent handling of digital media is necessary to understanding and autonomously shaping the virtual world."
"In our increasingly digitized world safety plays an extremely large role in learning and teaching."