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Innovate, Create, Relate
Transcript of Innovate, Create, Relate
Friedrich-List-Berufskolleg, Herford, Germany
Liceo Scientifico e Musicale Statale “G. Marconi”, Pesaro, Italy
LA SISLA High School, Sonseca, Spain
Gloucestershire College, England
International Business College,Fredericia-Middelfart Afdeling, Denmark
Partner Střední škola ekonomicko-podnikatelská Studénka, o. p. s., Czech Republic
On the Usage of Social Media during Mathematics Lessons
student-student and teacher-student communication in a forum
creation of video-tutorials by drawing and sharing them with other students
iPads are used frequently during lessons for:
specific applications helping with exercises on the lesson
e.g. Mathematical Monopoly
Students also use other social media to contact people to help with mathematical problems.
not used during lessons - in the students' free time
used very frequently to discuss mathematics
most of the messages visible to everyone
possibility to express oneself on the issues of other students
help with homework and support
sharing practice questions and other resources
suggestions about calculator purchase
collaboration on projects
students more likely to take part in mathematical activities during their free time
students learning to use new methods to find solutions to mathematical riddles
improving subject-specific vocabulary while solving riddles and during discussions
another channel of teacher-student and student-student communication and support
new contacts among students
discussions about mathematical riddles also among non-mathematical students
contributions easily accessible
students solving past paper questions and creating a tutorial with explanations for other students to watch
watching educreation tutorials on youtube
students reinforce their knowledge when producing tutorials
prompt for discussions
possible solutions and possible demonstrations
Developing a curriculum for teachers to exploit the added value of social media.
A vocational training course from teacher for teachers.
Learning & Technology
Forums and instant messages
Foreign language physics videos
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.