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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This web site 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.

Latest News

News Archive

Latest News
05 December 2019 Third Partners' Meeting

The third meeting took place in Limerick on 2 – 3 December 2019. Ana Pereira from IPB (PT) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the current situation for Self-Need Assessment and Final Assessment Tools. The meeting was also the opportunity for the partners to discuss the review of the video lesson and to plan the creation of new video lessons.

06 November 2019 Video Collection

Project partners started working on the creation of the collection of video lessons on several selected Math topics. The already existing video lessons are reviewed and project partners took care of producing their own ones. 

19 September 2019 Final Assessment

The Final Assessments allows teachers to elaborate exams for their students on the topics they wish to evaluate. 

06 June 2019 Second Partners' Meeting

The second meeting took place in Kaunas on 23 – 24 May 2019. Ana Pereira from IPB (PT) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the Self Need Assessment and Final Assessment Tools in order to assess them and to make the final adjustments. The meeting was also the opportunity for the partners to discuss the next activity which is the development of the MathE library.

25 March 2019 New Perspectives in Science Education

The MathE project was presented in the framework of the eight edition of the New Perspectives in Science Education conference held in Florence on 21 - 22 March 2019.

21 February 2019 Self Need Assessment

The self need assessment tool is currently under development. Students will have the possibility to test their knowledge related to: Manipulation of algebraic expressions; Real Functions of a single variable; Integration; Matrix and determinats; Linear systems; Graphs; Optimization; Statistics; Real Functions of several variables; Differential equations.

16 January 2019 Students Involvement

Paediatric Students are currently being involved in the 5 European countries. They will:
- Test the Need Assessment Tool
- Be assessed trough the Student Assessment Tool
- Make use of the contents of the MathE library:
- Participate in the Community of Practice

12 December 2018 Lecturers Involvement

Lecturers are currently being involved in the 4 European countries. They will:
- Participate in the creation of the questions for the assessment tools
- Test the assessment tools
- Contribute to the creation of the contents of the MathE library:
- Test with students the contents of the MathE library
- Participate in the Community of Practice

02 November 2018 Kick-off meeting

The Kick-off meeting took place in Florence on 29 – 30 October 2018. Ana Pereira from IPB (PT) and Lorenzo Martellini from Pixel (IT) presented to the partners the project and the activities to be carried out. The meeting was also an opportunity for the partners to get to know each other and to discuss all details related to the project's activities. The partners presented the institutions involved. At the end of the meeting all the partners had a clear view of the future project's implementation, the financial rules and the next activity which is the development of the assessment tools.

29 October 2018 The MathE project

The MathE project has been funded, by the European Commission through the Portuguese National Agency for the Erasmus+ Programme, with the aim of enhancing the quality of teaching and improving pedagogies and assessment methods. The project is based on the assumption that students of scientific and economics subjects at higher education level often lack the basic math skills to effectively follow their lectures. The project aims at: Facilitating the identification of students’ gaps in Math; Providing Math teachers with appropriate digital sources; Enhancing transnational sharing of innovative teaching sources.