MARCH (MAke science Real in sCHools) is a new network we have created with the aim of bringing together institutions, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and educational institutions in Greece and Europe.
The network is made up of nine partners from seven European countries: the UK, Greece, Germany, Serbia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Portugal.
Our key objectives are to:
- help young people contribute actively to the learning process
- draw attention to the relevance of science to everyday life
- promote science as a force that helps young people develop into active citizens
- highlight the relationship between science skills and future employability.
The nine partners involved in the programme are keenly aware of the need to improve science education as a means of enhancing the employability of young people. In order to achieve our goals, we use new and innovative techniques that make the learning process more appealing and engaging. Our aim is to reach more than 10,000 schools across Europe and attract the interest of thousands of young students.
Programme recommendations and best practices in STEM education
The programme aims to address a number of educational challenges that are linked to students’ perception of science and existing pedagogical approaches to teaching science in schools. Read the Recommendations from the MARCH Network (PDF, 1 mb) and Best practices in STEM education report (PDF, 1 mb).
Webinar: Best Practices for Creative STEM Classrooms
In collaboration with the eTwinning network's Creative Classroom project and Educational Radiotelevision, we are co-organising a one-hour webinar which will outline the goals of MARCH, along with the key findings of the scope-analysis conducted within the framework of the programme, and present examples of best practice for Creative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Classrooms.
Programme (PDF, 68 kb)
|When||Wednesday 17 June 2015, 18.00–19.00|
Workshop – Science education in secondary schools: How it can be improved
The workshop is aimed at school teachers, policy makers and young researchers with an interest in science education and in the way science is being taught in schools. At the workshop we will present best practices in science education from other European countries and examine if and how they can be implemented in Greece.
|When||Friday 20 March 2015|
100 Piraeus Street
118 54 Athens
Join us at the first MARCH Conference we're organising with our team of European partners.
The conference aims to explore best practices in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education in schools today.
Education leaders and visionaries from around Europe will convene to advance the agenda for better STEM education, policy and workforce development.
Admission is free following registration.
Programme (PDF, 1 MB)
|When||Thursday 13 November 2014, 09.30–18.00|
|Where||Secretariat General of Mass Media
11 Fragoudi & Al. Pantou Streets
101 63 Athens
For further information, please contact Vangelis Kravvaritis:
|Telephone||+30 210 369 2361|
The MARCH (MAking science Real in sCHools) project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.