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Promoting Science Education in Greece

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Presentation at the "International MARCH Workshop" on  6th October 2015, at Goethe Institute, Sofia, Bulgaria

Life Long Learning Project March "Making Science Real in Schools"
https://www.sciencemarch.eu/index.php/el/

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Promoting Science Education in Greece

  1. 1. Dr Sofia Papadimitriou Educational Radiotelevision Ministry of Education, Research & RA sofipapadi@minedu.gov.gr
  2. 2. Agenda The National Level The European Framework  Media supported Science Teaching  Implementing STEM in Greek Secondary Schools  The School Lab project  The Green Agents project  The Athens Science Festival  The Scientix project  Open Educational Resources projects  Inspiring Science  Go Lab  EU Code week  The Researcher’s night
  3. 3. Media supported Science teaching within the Digital School Reform
  4. 4. Searching learning objects by Category/Type
  5. 5. Creative Commons CC BY-NC-SA
  6. 6. Repository Photodentro/Educational Video http:// photodentro.edu.gr/video
  7. 7. Media supported Science Teaching  Creating Science Videos with pupils in class  Using Media to Explain How Scientists Work  Using Video as a means to measure, capture and report scientific phenomenon and experiments in and out of the classroom
  8. 8. School Lab: Communicating Science
  9. 9. Supporting students to:  Comprehend science’s fascinating challenges.  Develop a critical mindset through innovative and creative activities.  Value upcoming scientists as role models.  Enhance confidence and skills so they can present their ideas to a wide audience
  10. 10. Implementing STEM in Greek Secondary Schools  Environmental Educational programs  Cultural Educational programs  Infrastructure of Laboratories in Physical Sciences  STEM Local/National Competitions and Festivals  Careers orientation  STEM Clubs in Experimental Schools
  11. 11. Participating in European and International Events  European Union Science Olympiads  The European Competition Can Sat by the European Space Agency  The International Competition: a beam line for schools by the European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN
  12. 12. European projects in STEM
  13. 13. The Community for Science Education
  14. 14. Bridging the gap between scientific and school knowledge in geosciences; Inspiring Science Education is all about providing the tools to make science education more challenging, more playful and above all more imaginative and inspiring for today’s students, the citizens of tomorrow’s world. Global Online Science Labs for Inquiry Learning at School opens up online science laboratories (remote and virtual labs) for the large-scale use in school education
  15. 15. For the implementation of the OSR vision, the consortium brought together a balanced mix of high quality science museums and science centers, pedagogues, educational technologists, metadata experts, user groups and standardization bodies. 2009-2012 Open Discovery Space: A socially-powered and multilingual open learning infrastructure to boost the adoption of eLearning resources. ODS addresses various challenges that face the eLearning environment in the European context. The interface has been designed with students, teachers, parents and policy makers in mind. 2012-2015
  16. 16. Coding is not an easy journey, but it's a journey full of creative challenges, a supportive community, and fun. Are you ready to accept the challenge and become a maker?
  17. 17. Thank you! @sofipapadi http://eap.academia.edu/SofiaPapadimitriou http://www.slideshare.net/sofipapadi

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