INFORMAÇÃO DA COMUNIDADE ESCOLAR SOBRE PROJETO (professores): -posters (salas de professores, salas de alunos, área de administração, entrada da escola) -geral e-mail para professores -uma página resumindo o projeto nos sites de escolas -projeto mencionado durante a primeira escola reunião após as férias de verão - composição da equipe de projeto de professores - nomeando o coordenador local - incluindo as atividades do projeto nos currículos das escolas (Ciências Naturais; Inglês; Geografia; Matemática; CLIL; ...)
P2 - 09-2018
Encontro para estudantes e pais (com o diretor, a equipe de projeto do professor): - informação geral e apresentação - regras para participação em atividades de aprendizagem transnacionais - mostrando como o projeto está inserido nos currículos
1ª reunião da EQUIPE DO PROJETO (PROFESSORES E ESTUDANTES) : - iniciando a revista de atividades do projeto - Treinamento de geminação em E para os alunos - definindo um plano de ação detalhado para o primeiro ano do projeto As reuniões locais do projeto ocorrerão uma vez por mês. As equipas locais irão verificar a realização das tarefas, propor novas experiências e ideias para atualizar a plataforma eTwinning.
De setembro de 2018 até junho de 2020 Gravação do trabalho do projeto - publicação de atividades do projeto - captura de fotos, - produção de curtas-metragens
From September 2018 until August 2020 participants will collect all necessary information to upload to our common e-twinning space. Using the e- twinning space to disseminate all meetings, activities and outcomes, to develop a space of collaboration, to be a kind of portfolio of all the project work.
Entry test in mathemathics and English
Promoting of the project by (from September 2018 untill the end project) -writing articles to local newspapers, -exhibition of project products such as posters, photos, reports in local museums, libraries, universities, Placing project results on the Erasmus + Project Results Platform.
Establishing and keeping contacts with students and teachers from the partner schools by: e-mails, skype, facebook, e-twinnig platform.
C1 Short-term joint staff training events Poland 10-2018 Mathematics does not have to be difficult
FROM PIATGORAS TO GAUSS (October – December 2018). There will be weekly classes . During these classes students will - collect information about history of math, - learn about famous mathematicians and their achievements - make PREZI presentation about mathematicians.
In December there will be a meeting for school comunity (students and parents) to present results of this part of project
There will be weekly English classes for project students who have difficulties in English
P11 10-2018 LOGO contest , Students from six schools designed LOGO of the project. In November participants will vote for it.
P12 12-2018 Students will gather information about Germany. They will make exhibition of posters about country of partner's school. There will be competition about geography , culture and history of Germany
MATH AND GEOGRAPHY (JANUARY- MARCH 2019) There will be classes . During these classes students will a) plan their day trip: - work with maps to find possible route from A to B , choose the shortest one and convert centimeters to kilometers according to scale, and convert to miles - work out how long it might take to travel to their destination on a coach that averages a speed of Xkm/h (convert to m/h) -work out what time they would need to leave school in order to arrive at a specific time or what time they would get there if they left school at a specific time. b) calculate the difference in local times (partner schools) based on the difference in longitude c) Students based on the MAP and the perpendicular bisector identify a place that is halfway between the partner schools. They suggest a city where they could meet to have a similar length of travel. All students work will be placed on e-Twinning platform
C2 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils Germany 03-2019 Math is useful
Students will gather information about Portugal. They will make exhibition of posters about country of partner's school. There will be competition about geography , culture and history of Portugal
IT IS BEAUTIFUL (April – June 2019) During weekly classes students will look for mathematics in art: perpendicular and parallel lines, symmetry, golden ratio, fractals, parabolic curves, Sierpinski’s triangle, platonic bodies. Students will draw or build different kind of shapes. They will look where they can find them in reality for example in architecture.
In June there will be exhibition in school hall with student’s works and photos of real examples.
C3 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils Portugal 05-2019 Mathematical navigatio fun
P16 06-2019 Meeting for school community. Students who took part in learning activity in Portugal will present their observations and results from the meeting .
The swedish team will prepare evaluation surveys. All partner schools will do evaluation. After first year the survey will be for - students to examine their involvement in the project, their interest in activities,.... - teachers to measure their satisfaction, to examine whether the project helps to improve the workshops,... - parents to ask them if the project activities helped their children to deal with mathematics
ERASMUS + DAY. Event for local comunity. Partner schools will promote Erasmus+ program and project "Don't be afraid of math". There will be exhibitions, stands with students' works, presentations from transnational activities,....
P19 07-2019 Writing and submitting a report on activities in the first year of the project
P20 08-2019 Teacher's meeting. Training for teachers at the school about the Erasmus + international program, its actions, opportunities for participation and benefits.
P21 08-2019 Video conference. Training for teachers about CLiL lessons run by a team from Portugal
P22 09-2019 Project meeting (teachers and students) - setting a detailed action plan for the second year of the project
P23 09-2019 I WILL BE AN ENTREPRENEUR (September – November 2019) Students will have workshops to learn : - how to manage money - “ start a company” and plan to not go bankrupt - Thomas A. Edison's strategy as an entrepreneur - how to save in bank - how to pay off a bank loan - How to earn by investing in the stock market. They will visit banks and have meeting with entrepreneurs
Students will gather information about Slovakia They will make exhibition of posters about country of partner's school. There will be competition about geography , culture and history of Slovakia
C4 Short-term exchanges of groups of pupils Slovačka 10-2019Company simulation
After training ativity (made by Portugal) teachers will start CLiL lessons. The lesson scenario will be placed in a special tab on the e-Twinning platform "Teaching materials for teachers'"
P26 11-2019 Meeting for school community. Students who took part in learning activity in Slovakia will present their observations and results from the meeting .
LET’ HAVE FUN (December 2019 – February 2020) During weekly classes students will: - Play Casino (using probability) - Make puzzles, games, quizzes connected with maths - design games using programs learningapps.com, kahoot.it - Prepare different maths problems for students from partner schools (which will be used during learning-teaching activity)
An exhibition of unusual mathematical puzzles. Announcement of the competition for all students. Participants will present their solutions to these tasks. The selection of the most interesting proposals in February.
C5 Short-term joint staff training events Švedska 02-2020 ICT Programs used in teaching math
Announcement of the competition for all students. Participants will present their solutions to these tasks. The selection of the most interesting proposals in February
Teacher's meeting. Teachers who particpated in learning teaching activity in Sweden will share their experiences with other teachers in school.
FROM THE BINARY SYSTEM TO CODING (March – May 2020) During weekly classes: - students will be introduced to various numeral systems (Roman, decimal, binary, sexagesimal numeral system) - they will find the connection and the difference between the terms "Computing" and "Coding" - enable students to use their maths knowledge and skills when creating simple computing programmes, e.g. LOGO - students (and teachers) will learn how to program micro:bit computers - students will learn how to use the micro:bits in solving various maths exercises
The international day of the number PI. Workshops: how to obtain Ludolfine? Exhibition
Students will gather information about Croatia They will make exhibition of posters about country of partner's school. There will be competition about geography , culture and history of Croatia.
C6 Short-term exchanges of groups of students Hrvatska 05-2020 Math festival
P34 05-2020 Meeting for school community. Students who took part in learning activity in Croatia will present their observations and results from the meeting .
Exit tests for students: Math and English. Comparison of ENTRY and EXIT tests will be used to evaluate the project. There will be also comparison of maths marks which students (who participated in project) achieved in the beginning and in the end of project
Erasmus+ Day. Event for local comunity, Partner schools will promote Erasmus+ program and project "Don't be afraid of math". There will be exhibitions, stands with students' works, presentations from transnational activities,....
Evaluation surveys. All partner schools will do evaluation. in the end of the project The survey will be for - students 1) to examine to what extent mathematics is difficult for students and whether they see its usefulness... 2) to check if the project activities have helped in the better understanding of mathematics 3) to check if the project activities have fulfilled their tasks - teachers 1) to measure their satisfaction 2) to examine whether the project helps to improve the workshops, 3) to check if they want to participate in such projects in their future' 4) to ask i whether they noticed improvement in their students' mathematical skills - parents to ask them if the project activities helped their children to deal with mathematics.
P38 07-2020 The final completion of project results on Project Results Platform.
P39 08-2020 Análise de questionários de avaliação, testes para verificar o alcance dos objetivos assumidos.