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Besuchende blicken auf den fahrbaren Projektionshimmel im Museum und schauen sich die multimediale Show an, die die Entstehung des Universums und der Erde erklärt. | Bildquelle: Museum für Naturkunde Berlin

The Museum für Naturkunde offers training courses on various topics for students, teachers at all levels, educators and colleagues free of charge. The training courses are for groups of 12 people or more. Dates and other focal points can be arranged individually.
 

These programmes can currently be booked as a live online offer:

Education and Interpretation at the Museum für Naturkunde: kindergarten and primary school

This training introduces the aims, methods and didactic approaches of education at the Museum für Naturkunde. In addition, the participants will get to know some of the museum's educational offers for kindergarten and primary school groups in more detail. This will be followed by a guided tour of the exhibitions.

  • Participants: students, educators and primary school teachers, for groups of 12 people or more
  • Cost: only available in German free of charge, 120 min

Education and Interpretation at the Museum für Naturkunde: secondary school

This training introduces the aims, methods and didactic approaches of education at the Museum für Naturkunde. In addition, the participants will get to know some of the museum's educational offers for secondary school groups in more detail. This will be followed by a guided tour of the exhibitions.

  • Participants: students, educators and secondary school teachers, for groups of 12 people or more
  • Cost: only available in German free of charge, 120 min
     

This programme can currently take place with a maximum of 10 people:

Urban Ecology and Climate Change

Outside the museum
Berlin is the greenest and species-richest capital in Europe. The urban ecology tour will introduce you to many such city-dwellers near the Museum and look at their adaptation to urban life. One particular focus of the tour will be the signs of climate change that are already visible and how they affect plants, animals and humans in Berlin.

  • Participants: students, educators and teachers for primary and secondary schools, for groups of 12 people or more
  • Cost: only available in German free of charge, 120 min 
     

Unfortunately, on-site trainings are currently not available at the museum:

The evolution of humans

This training course gives an introduction to the school workshop "Human Evolution". After a brief theoretical introduction, participants can compare plaster casts of skulls of various representatives of the Australopithecus and Homo genera and learn about their most striking characteristics to tell them apart. They also learn how the gender can be determined, based on a skull.  

  • Participants: students, educators and secondary school teachers, for groups of 12 people or more
  • Cost: only available in German free of charge, 150 min