Life Is Math, Math Is Life 2015/2016 - Page 3

WORK PROGRESS:  Topics covered in the project were adapted and suitable to the curriculum of each country and grades involved in this project. All of us worked with the students of the 7th grade.  Depending on the specific tasks, students worked individually, in pairs or in groups. We tried to adapt to the foreknowledge of students. We created illustrations, showcase of math lessons which are practical. We measured real values and calculated verbal tasks, trying to solve problems from everyday life using the mathematical knowledge. By making videos, e-books and other kind of presentations we tried to show our work. Teachers and students exchanged their experience.  All partners were involved in the making suggestions, choosing topics and assignments, participating in discussions and creating their own pages on the Twin Space. We discussed a lot, exchanged opinions and experiences about all activities.