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Involving students with eTwinning projects

The presentation is focused on a few ways to enhance the degree of students’ involvement in projects as well as on specific examples of activities from several eTwinning Maths projects.
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irina vasilescu

on 13 October 2016

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Transcript of Involving students with eTwinning projects

Motivation
Involvement
Intriguing
Stop waiting for ready-made knowledge
How many times have we heard students ask: “Why do we have to study this?”
Arguments
The teachers’ role is not the same for the entire duration of a project
The common perception on Maths
boring
difficult
abstract
interesting
and fun
projects can make it
preconditions
focus on students
a clear plan
a safe work environment
Connection to an
New ideas
New activities
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Sharing
Games/roles
Emotional focus
Real
Understand
facts and each other
Activities that involve all or at least part of the consortium
Transnational teams
puzzles
ICT
Looking for odd Mathematical objects or unusual solutions
Curiosity
Challenging
and the audioblog
food-related
using the blog
connected to our towns
opposite domain
Creativity
Learning is more
Effective
Active
imagination
imagination
imagination
imagination
Writing poems
Videos
Dramatizing
Purpose
Useful
Meaning
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What?
Maths applied in:
Every-day life
Other sciences
Making
difficult situations
simpler
Part of the story
Part of the story
Part of the story
Part of the story
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Celebrate together
Involving students in Math with eTwinning Projects
by Irina Vasilescu
Romania

exalt fantasy
Turning the task into a story
Clear aims

Common syllabus content
facilitate their involvement
encourage their independence
Math projects have to be incentive
gastronomy
literature, arts
display new skills, experience and create
starting points
re-living important moments in the History of Maths, getting aware it is the work of real people
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empowering teachers and students
eTwinning
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alternative approaches
Communication
dialogue and understanding

tasks should not require too demanding levels of communication

using a foreign language in a real context
Gender equality
get rid of stereotypes
enhance girls’ interest in following scientific careers.
natural, content-integrated use of ICT
a safe environment
a wide array of new/familiar tools
animations
funny tasks
actors
editors
Dressing Mr. Cube
Conclusions
Maths = a “vehicle” for learning and for mutual understanding
The biggest room in the world is the room for improvement
success
activities
collaboration
tools
Thank you!
and finally...
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