In a climate of relaxation, celebration and work at the Athens Conference 2016, something very mysterious has happened to two teachers who are dedicated eTwinners. An unexpected call came through and the teachers were told that something has been left behind in one of their hotel rooms from the eTwinning secret agency. There is a message to deciphe...
In order to solve this challenge, we have planned to use an important activity of mathematical logical development and a methodology based on the Flipped Classroom
With this video the students have learnt how to master the Rubik cube at home.
We have also used online games to learn how to solve the rubik cube
After much training, we created a videoconference to play with our Rubik cubes
Our students are training after watching the video.
We created an event to play together.
And of course we began to play...
After the first success among our schools, we created an open European event !!!!!
Summary with photos and video
Also, during the trip to Brussels, we found a bought a toy chest puzzle. This puzzle required us to use our logical-mathematical intelligence to put the pieces together. The primary schools of Potamia (Cyprus) and C.E.I.P Giner de los Rios (Spain) connected via video conference to solve this puzzle!
Here is the activity:
And in the end the puzzle was complete and a lot of fun was had by all the students!
Last editor: Pavlos Rigas