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Dr Sofia Papadimitriou
Educational Radiotelevision
Ministry of Culture, Education & RA
sofipapadi@minedu.gov.gr
 consists of 9 partners that come from 7 European countries:
the UK, Greece, Germany, Serbia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Por...
www.sciencemarch.eu
 Its objectives were to review the current state of Science Education across
Europe and to map the state-of-the-art of st...
Science education is still much more theoretically-based than focused on hands-on practices.
Even in leading countries, ...
 Students: not enough laboratory equipment - differences
 3/4 students think ICTs infrastructure is enough – no differen...
The web – absolute resource for students
A particular attention is required in training students how to recognise accurat...
 Students recognize the importance of Science for their academic and
professional future
Why STEM?
Recognizing
the techno...
1st International Conference - Athens, November 2014
Local workshops in
UK, Serbia, Greece, Lithuania, Portugal & Germany
1st International Swap Innovation Workshop in Vilnius
2nd International Swap Innovation Workshop in Lisbon
Giving the fl...
What Makes Science Real?
How to attract young students to STEM?
GOING
OUTDOORS
Invertebrates growing (silkworms & snails)
Botanic garden conservation
PRACTICES
Science apprenticeship
INTERACTING WITH
RESEARCHERS
Scientists as role models
PRACTICES
CREATING NEW
MEDIA
School Lab
PRACTICES
SCIENCE & ART
MATHS danceCreating comic books with the chemical elements
PRACTICES
In the steps of Eratosthenes
Experiments
GETTING
HANDS - ON
Making robots
PRACTICES
CODING
Arduino/ Scratch
PRACTICES
Problem Solving
Experiential
6 thinking hatsFlipping Classrooms
METHODOLOGIES
NEW MEDIA
INTERACTING
WITH
RESEARCHERS
CODING
GETTING
HANDS - ON
SCIENCE & ART
GOING
OUTDOORS
PRACTICES METHODOLOGIES
Expe...
 3rd International Swap Innovation Workshop
2nd International Conference
 Webinars
Pilots planning in 7 countries
ΤΗΑΝ...
MA.R.CH Making Science Real in Schools: Best practices for creative STEM classrooms
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MA.R.CH Making Science Real in Schools: Best practices for creative STEM classrooms

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On Wednesday 17 June 2015, the Creative Classrooms by the etwinning network and the Educational Radiotelevision co-organise the last Creative Classroom Expert Talk: a webinar to introduce the MARCH project - Making Science Real in Schools.

The one-hour webinar "Making Science Real in Schools: Best practices for Creative STEM Classrooms" will outline the goals of the MARCH project, the key findings of scope-analysis contucted in the farmework of the project and focus on best practices for Creative STEM Classrooms.

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MA.R.CH Making Science Real in Schools: Best practices for creative STEM classrooms

  1. 1. Dr Sofia Papadimitriou Educational Radiotelevision Ministry of Culture, Education & RA sofipapadi@minedu.gov.gr
  2. 2.  consists of 9 partners that come from 7 European countries: the UK, Greece, Germany, Serbia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Portugal. Key objectives are:  To improve perception of Science in secondary schools  To increase numbers of young people who choose a career in Science  To help young people to actively contribute to the learning process  To increase skills in teachers for engaging creatively with their students and for delivering innovative methodologies Make science Real in sCHools (MARCH) network
  3. 3. www.sciencemarch.eu
  4. 4.  Its objectives were to review the current state of Science Education across Europe and to map the state-of-the-art of students' and teachers' perceptions of science teaching.  The work was led by Forum Democrit , Bulgaria The scoping analysis was based on  desk research on existing policies, practices and methodologies  online surveys among teachers and students from the 7 participating countries  in-depth interviews with relevant stakeholders  15 May – 30 October 2014 The State of the Art in Science Education: Results of MARCH Empirical Study
  5. 5. Science education is still much more theoretically-based than focused on hands-on practices. Even in leading countries, the respective policies have not provided the expected results. Students’ participation in experiments Students learn only facts without getting functional knowledge, that it would help them to solve practical real- life problems
  6. 6.  Students: not enough laboratory equipment - differences  3/4 students think ICTs infrastructure is enough – no differences
  7. 7. The web – absolute resource for students A particular attention is required in training students how to recognise accurate science information
  8. 8.  Students recognize the importance of Science for their academic and professional future Why STEM? Recognizing the technological breakthroughs due to the rise of Science & its tremendous social and economic impact
  9. 9. 1st International Conference - Athens, November 2014
  10. 10. Local workshops in UK, Serbia, Greece, Lithuania, Portugal & Germany
  11. 11. 1st International Swap Innovation Workshop in Vilnius 2nd International Swap Innovation Workshop in Lisbon Giving the floor to the students
  12. 12. What Makes Science Real? How to attract young students to STEM?
  13. 13. GOING OUTDOORS Invertebrates growing (silkworms & snails) Botanic garden conservation PRACTICES
  14. 14. Science apprenticeship INTERACTING WITH RESEARCHERS Scientists as role models PRACTICES
  15. 15. CREATING NEW MEDIA School Lab PRACTICES
  16. 16. SCIENCE & ART MATHS danceCreating comic books with the chemical elements PRACTICES
  17. 17. In the steps of Eratosthenes Experiments GETTING HANDS - ON Making robots PRACTICES
  18. 18. CODING Arduino/ Scratch PRACTICES
  19. 19. Problem Solving Experiential 6 thinking hatsFlipping Classrooms METHODOLOGIES
  20. 20. NEW MEDIA INTERACTING WITH RESEARCHERS CODING GETTING HANDS - ON SCIENCE & ART GOING OUTDOORS PRACTICES METHODOLOGIES Experiential Flipping Classroom 6 thinking hats Problem solving Inquiry based learning How to connect methodologies and practices under the theme of SUSTAINABLE CITIES?
  21. 21.  3rd International Swap Innovation Workshop 2nd International Conference  Webinars Pilots planning in 7 countries ΤΗΑΝΚ YOU @sofipapadi

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