Aim of the project
To enhance quality and relevance of mathematics education in secondary schools using inquiry based teaching and supporting teachers' professional development accross Europe.
Main Objective
To promote a positive attitude towards mathematics and show that mathematics is engaging, important and useful. The MERIA project activities address the low achievers in mathematics with the ultimate aim of improving students' knowledge and attitudes towards mathematics.
Project MERIA is a meeting point for schools, educational agencies, proffesional associations and higher education institutions from four European countries (Croatia, Denmark, the Netherlands and Slovenia).
Project details
Programme: Erasmus+ Key
Action: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
Action type: Strategic Partnerships for school education
Coordinator: Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb
Start date: 1st September 2016 | End date: 31th August 2019
EC contribution: 268,300.00 €
What is new in MERIA?
20.09.2017, 16:52 | admin

Project coordinator Matija Bašić, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, gave a presentation of MERIA project as an example of good practice on…

07.09.2017, 09:06 | admin

As part of the project MERIA needs and impact analysis, a series of interviews were held in associated schools. The results based on interviews…

31.08.2017, 16:47 | admin

Practical guide is the first result of the MERIA project team developed by the University of Copenhagen as leading institution in cooperation with…

29.08.2017, 08:06 | admin

On Monday 28 August 2017, MERIA was introduced to teachers in Split, Croatia.

28.08.2017, 10:30 | admin

In the new issue of MERIA newsletter we discuss the comparison of educational systems in partner countries and the way in which MERIA aims to…

27.06.2017, 13:58 | admin

The second transnational MERIA project meeting was held on 26th June 2017 at the University of Utrecht.

The fourth issue of MERIA Newsletter

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