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MATHS ROUTES AROUND EUROPE

 

MATEMATYCZNE SZLAKI EUROPY

Projekt współfinansowany ze środków Unii Europejskiej w ramach programu Erasmus plus Edukacja szkolna, wymiana dobrych praktyk, akcja KA2.

Główne cele projektu:

(1)   Promowanie kulturowego, historycznego lub naturalnego dziedzictwa miast i regionów szkół krajów partnerskich.

(2)   Zwiększenie wrażliwości społeczności szkolnej na obecność i piękno matematyki w zabytkach miast i regionów krajów partnerskich.

(3)   Zdobywanie wiedzy i doskonalenie języków, szczególnie języka angielskiego poprzez komunikację między uczniami. Projekt przyczyni się do poznania specyficznego słownictwa stosowanego w matematyce oraz w odniesieniu do dziedzictwa kulturowego.

(4)   Wykorzystanie nowych technologii w realizacji działań projektowych poprzez wykorzystanie aplikacji komputerowych, które pozwolą uczniom poprawić swoje kompetencje cyfrowe.

(5)   Promowanie rozwoju atrakcyjnych propozycji edukacyjnych opartych na pracy w projektach badawczych i współpracy między uczniami w celu uzyskania kluczowych kompetencji.

(6)   Współpraca z lokalnymi władzami.

Charakterystyka projektu:

 

 ERAS

 

 

SCHEDULED MOBILITIES AND NOTES ABOUT THEM.

 

 

Organizer

Dates

Total students

(1)SPA

(2)POR

(3)CRO

(4)UK

(5)ITA

(6)POL

(1)Spain

11-2018

25

X

5

4

5

6

5

(2)Portugal

02-2019

28

8

X

4

5

6

5

(3)Croatia

04-2019

29

8

5

X

5

6

5

(4)UK

10-2019

28

8

5

4

X

6

5

(5)Italy

02-2020

27

8

5

4

5

X

5

(6)Poland

04-2020

28

8

5

4

5

6

X

 

 MAPA ERAS

 

(1) Every mobility will last 5 days + 2 days for travelling from the city of origin to the city of organizer school.

(2) The host country must obtain accommodation for visiting students and reserve individual rooms in city hotels for the accompanying teaching staff.

Previously to the mobility, (at least 1 week before) every local coordinator must prepare and send by email a travel guide of the mobility for visiting students and faculty. This travel guide should include visits to show the cultural and natural heritage of each country and in particular of school’s city participating in the project. Likewise, it must have activities that contribute to achieving the objectives of the project and, of course, facilitate interaction among all the students who participate in this mobility. The travel guide must also contemplate activities only for the teachers that participate, as work meetings, dinner

Finally, in this travel guide the local coordinator must write down the budget of the mobility specifying the costs of activities students and teachers will participate.

In the United Kingdom, students will share accommodation in a rural house with all visiting students.

 

Results:

(1) To prepare a mathematical and scientific route by the cities / regions where schools are situated. This route is based in the proposal of series of activities in the most important places of it. These “highlights” can stand out for the richness of its cultural, historical or natural heritage.

(2) To design of a website in English that contains the proposed routes, with mathematical and scientific activities which has been proposed. Likewise, the web will contain information on every school participating in the project and, in general, of the cities and regions where they are located. Also, it will be possible to get in the web other activities which had been taken in every mobility, pictures and videos of these mobilities, as well as comments on the development of the project by participants

(3) To design of a mobile app that allows to simplify the routes which have been created in each city. As we’ve said, we’ll try to work together with local institutions to put QR codes in the places involved in order to provide a plus of a possible visit to tourists travelling the cities participating in the project.

(4) To plan special activities for each mobility. Each mobility requires the preparation of activities that help the interaction between students and, at the same time, allow students to learn more about country organizer.

(4.1) To design a game similar to trivial with the objective that the visiting students can have information and learn some important things about the organizer country. Questions and answer can be design using the apps (kahoot or plickers) but previously they must be written in a word document. To do this, the following topics are proposed:

Red Basic notions of the history of the organizer country.

Green. Historical monuments and important places of the organizer country.

Blue. Basic notions of the language of the organizing country through the use of English.

Yellow. People and significant cultural elements of the organizer country.

Pink. Traditions of the organizer country.

Orange. Short mathematical challenges

 

(4.2) To prepare special activities for each mobility. For example it can be considered mathematical photography competition with three awards, observations night sky, educational escaperoom in stand out places in each city.

 

DETAILING MY WORK AS A TEACHER PARTICIPATING IN THE PROJECT.

 

  1. 1.Creating the route in your city.

 MAPA ERAS1

 

  1. 1.Creating activities in the math route through your city.

Previously it has explained that the fundamental result of the project is to prepare a route for every city where school is situated and nearby regions/cities in order to join the work done for getting an incredible route for all the countries participating in the project. As you know the route must be plenty mainly math activities and of course also scientific activities if some no math teachers is joined to you in your school.

Preparing activities in the routes.

The idea, if you want to implement some enriching activity for both students and teachers implies the following:

The collaboration and coordination between teachers of different subjects so that, knowing what the result is to achieve, it will be possible to carry out common research projects as part of the normal classes. I mean we should be able to integrate these research projects with the curricula where students are studying. We don’t want they do apart work if they are selected to join to our project. That implies a previous planning in order to get our targets in the project and targets every teacher had if they didn’t participate in the project.

The research projects that we propose will have as result that the students will be able to design a series of mathematical activities but also as we said also of some other type, if there is a teacher of scientific subjects that has joined the project.

The activities created by students as result of the research projects will have the following format (Note: When it’s written stopped it means that you’ve considered a stop in the route because it’s important or it deserves the thing you can find there).

  1. 2.Creating activities in the math route through your city

Previously it has explained that the fundamental result of the project is to prepare a route for every city where school is situated and nearby regions/cities in order to join the work done for getting an incredible route for all the countries participating in the project. As you know the route must be plenty mainly math activities and of course also scientific activities if some no math teachers is joined to you in your school.

  1. 3.Designing a game like a trivial.

This is another fundamental result in the project and that clearly can also serve as an aspect of teachers' work in the project. The design of this game aims to create situations where students from different countries can meet each other. Also this game helps to know more to visiting students about the cities where each mobility is organized. To prepare this, students who are host must write short questions about different topics with four possible answers (one of them true). Topics will use is going to be the following:

Red. Basic notions of the history of the organizing country.

Green. Historical monuments and important places of the organizer country.

Blue. Basic notions of the language of the organizer country through the use of English.

Yellow People and significant cultural elements of the organizer country.

Pink. Traditions of the organizer country.

Orange. Short mathematical challenges.

 

From the previous approach it is clear that this activity is open to collaboration between teachers of different subjects. The design of the questions will be done in Word following the format indicated in the following table and then pass it to some educational app as “kahoot” or “plickers” that allows they "play" in mobilities.

 

  1. 4.Designing some special activities for every mobility.

Also it can be a good idea to plan another type of activities for every mobility in order to do them more attractive. These special activities are the following:

- Mathematical photography contest. This will be obligatory in each mobility. The photographs will be uploaded to the project website. In the contest there will be three awards for the three best pictures.

- Observation of the night sky. If it’s possible can be a wonderful activity.

- Walking for some route. As we said previously it must be also obligatory to carry out with visiting students and teachers some activities in the routes planned for every school.

- Design of an educational escaperoom in any of the important places or stopped in each of the cities.

       5. Collaborating in the design of the web and the mobile app

Once the structure of the web and the mobile application is ready, it will be the responsibility of the teachers participating in the project to add content from the research projects and activities they carry out. Everything is done must upload to the web.

 

 

Skład zespołu projektowego (nauczyciele):

  1. 1.Lucyna Ryndak – koordynator projektu (nauczyciel j. angielskiego)
  2. 2.Katarzyna Armatys- Kawalerska - nauczyciel j. angielskiego
  3. 3.Aneta Szupińska – nauczyciel j. angielskiego
  4. 4.Zbigniew Budzik – dyrektor (nauczyciel fizyki)
  5. 5.Małgorzata Kowal – nauczyciel matematyki
  6. 6.Agnieszka Szklanny – nauczyciel fizyki i chemii
  7. 7.Anna Suchan – nauczyciel geografii

 

Uczestnicy:

 

Agnieszka Tragarz Poland

Agnieszka Tragarz

Albert Majcher Poland

Albert Majcher  

Alicja Kloch Poland

Alicja Kloch 

Anita Porba  

Anita Poręba 

    

Bruno Potok

 Bruno Potok

Emilia Kalupa Poland

 Emilia Kalupa

Filip Szczepanik Poland

 Filip Szczepanik

Gabriela Wantuch Poland

 Gabriela Wantuch

Huber widerski Poland

 Hubert Świderski

Izabela Cetera Poland

 Izabela Cetera

Izabela Lipka Poland

 Izabela Lipka

Karolina Karwat Poland 

 Karolina Karwat

Katarzyna aba Poland

 Katarzyna Żaba

Kinga Schabowska Poland

 Kinga Schabowska

Klaudia Wgrzyn

 Klaudia Węgrzyn

Magorzata Giemza

 Małgorzata Giemza

Micha Karpiel

 Michał Karpiel

Natalia Baran Poland

 Natalia Baran

Patrycja Drogo

 Patrycja Drogoś

Paulina Kolber Poland

 Paulina Kolber

Marcelina MArtu

Marcelina Martuś

  

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Regulamin rekrutacji i uczestnictwa w projekcie

Załącznik nr.1

Załącznik nr.2