The project Make In Class – Developing Maker-based Learning paths in class to prevent early school leaving aims at supporting teachers and educators in understanding the potential of maker-based activities and organising and implementing maker-based activities to prevent early school leaving phenomenon in European secondary schools.
The design and quality of education systems have a strong impact on learners’ participation and performance. In this regard, according to the Europe 2020 strategy, one of the determining factors in reducing early school leaving is improving the quality and performance of school education by improving teachers’ ability to identify individual students’ learning needs and creating a positive learning environment in order to promote inclusion.
The Make In Class project is seeking to generate particular impact for secondary school teachers (primary target group) and disengaged students, dropout or potential dropout students, students with low performances and migrants students (final beneficiaries) through the creation of original materials, activities and training modules to support the implementation of maker-based activities.
Make in Class is an Erasmus+ project KA201 – Strategic Partnerships for school education
Credits | Fablab München
4 EU Countries
Italy, Germany, Spain and Malta
8 Project Partners
Maker Labs + Secondary schools + Training Organisations
Tools for non-expert teachers, intuitive and easy to use
Inclusion through making
Reduction of the early school leaving phenomenon improving the school performances of the students