Activities in Turkey

During our meeting in Turkey (19th-25th November) we will present: 
-Presentations about schools from each country
-Twinspace, facebook for communication
-The web-site of the project to share all the activities
-Project logo

During the meeting in Turkey students will be able to
-Learn how they use ICT in Maths lesson by using Google classrom and EBA
-See how they solve maths problem by drawing the problem.
-See the way of solving maths prolems with Creative Drama, Mind Games
-Meet Turkish major maths scientists; Cahit Arf, Ali Nesin,Feza Gürsey, Ali Kuşcu, etc.
-Participate in a maths lesson
-Visit to historical places and museum to capture maths subject
-Organize Maths Games, maths' exhibition
During the mobility in Turkey, the participants will learn how use the technological device with wrong ways, share their maths knowledge, The rest
time will be for sharing culture, sightseeing tours and communication on.

Activities in Romania

During the LTTA in Cluj-Napoca Romania, the students will:
• meet researchers and experience an authentic math-research process in school, with both a theoretical and an applied dimension;
• be encouraged to engage in and learn math by discovering and researching it
• develop their creativity, initiative, critical thinking, problem solving skills, etc.
• be engaged to exchange ideas by working in groups
• learn about non-Euclidian geometry and Bolyai’s contribution to its development (Bolyai is a mathematician who was born in Cluj-Napoca and lived in Transylvania)
• observe patterns in Romanian traditional art
• have fun, learn about math games in partner countries and enjoy playing math games.
During the Learning Activity, mathematics research topics will be launched by professional researchers. International student groups (3-4 students from different countries), choose one of the proposed problems and do research work to solve it. The students have to organize their work, identify the resources (strategies, knowledge, experience, equipment, software, materials); decide how the resources will be used for building and maintaining a shared understanding of the task and its solutions. The students’ activity is facilitated by the teacher. A professional math researcher will participate in one of the workshops and will meet with the students in order to discuss the students’ research work and the methodology of math scientific research.

Activities in Poland

During the stay in Poland, students and teachers from partner schools are going to:
- learn the Webquest method and its use in education, including mathematics and implement the Webquest on their own,
- learn about the applications of fractals, learn to recognize them in nature and create them, learn examples of their implementation in a spreadsheet
based on their mathematical description,
- participate in a mathematics lesson prepared with the use of the CLIL method,
- get to know the STEAM method in education during workshops about interesting numbers (egdetermine the PI number using the Bufon needle
- learn the profiles of outstanding Polish mathematicians and their contribution to the development of science (eg Stefan Banach and the Lvov school
of mathematics, the secrets of Enigma) during a visit at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow
- have fun learning maths - for example while playing a mathematical match, learning interesting maths games etc.
Classes in Brzesko are going to show our guests that mathematics is useful, beautiful, inspiring and worth dealing with.
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