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MARCH Reports

 MARCH Recommendations for Educational Challenges - January 2017


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The MARCH network addressed a number of educational challenges that are linked to students’ perceptions on science and existing science education pedagogies in schools. For each one of these challenges below, there are recommendations from the MARCH network, including from teachers and students, which can be found in English and downloaded here in more detail (pdf). The recommendation papers are also available in Bulgarian, German, Greek, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Serbian. In summary, three main challenges were observed:

(i) Lack of effective educational methods

challenges 1

(ii) A shortage of well-qualified science teachers capable of providing a positive experience may be influential in pupils’ attitudes towards school science

challenges 2

(iii) Need for linking science educational content to 'real' life

challenges 3

Lifelong Learning Programme 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.
British Council British Science Association Forum Demokrit Jungvornweg Science on Society Education Development Centre Ciencia Viva Center for the Promotion of Science Educational Radio-Television Directorate, Greek Ministry of Education