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2016 Summit for Kids
More than 150 children gathered for the "2016 Summit for Kids," an event full of exciting programs about safe / secure media use and data privacy. The winners of the Teachtoday "Media, sure! But secure." competition were announced at the Summit for Kids held on November 4.


More information on the initiative can be found under www.teachtoday.de

 
Nummer gegen Kummer youth counseling line  

Deutsche Telekom Stiftung

 

TV ad: Child-friendly Internet
(Fragfinn.de)

 

New sports experience
As part of the long-term "New sports experience" sponsorship project, Deutsche Telekom is offering soccer clubs special training in "blind soccer". Under the guidance of blind soccer players, teenagers gain experience and learn specific skills for dealing with blindness, which they then apply in playing blind soccer. Blindness is simulated using opaque ski goggles.

 

Interviews at the 2016 IT Summit
Numerous experts from the fields of business, research and education met at the German IT Summit this year. One particular focus in 2016 was on digital education. SCROLLER youth reporter Bianca visited the IT Summit and interviewed Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel and others on how to use digital media securely.

 

What is Sea Hero Quest? – Netzgeschichten (Network Stories)
Playing and doing good at the same time, that sounds promising. In the current episode of Netzgeschichten, presenter Sissy Metzschke follows up on what the mobile game "Sea Hero Quest" has to do with research on dementia. By the way, "Sea Hero Quest" can be downloaded from the App img Store and Google Play. And it is free. More information about the research project and the game is available at www.seaheroquest.com

 

Civil protection via app – Netzgeschichten (Network Stories)
Civil protection starts long before an emergency happens. But, of course, it is important to be warned early on in order to be as well-prepared as possible. This can happen via apps such as NINA, Katwarn and myShake, which warn you about an impending disaster, be it a storm or worse.

 

Baskets@school student training project
Deutsche Telekom's Baskets@school initiative makes it possible for students in 5th through 10th grade to have their sports idols visit their school. Children and young people experience what professional basketball training is like by participating in a training session that lasts for around 90 minutes. The goal of the project is to strengthen team spirit and teach students from the region more about basketball. Pros from the Telekom Baskets teach the students tricks and special moves. Head team trainers offered a total of eight such training sessions from November 2016 through April 2017.

 

Stollenhelden: The new soccer program for future stars
Stollenhelden (Soccer Heroes), Deutsche Telekom's new soccer program for future stars, in an advancement of the ANSTOSS! soccer initiative. We are involved in youth soccer with projects like "Soccer Heroes of the Month," "New sports experience" and "Team spirit." The sponsorship program supports amateur soccer clubs with a focus on young talent.