A Training Course for Math Teachers
e-Toolbox for Teaching Math
E-Toolbox for Developing Pupils’ Critical Thinking and Creativity
A Set of Best Practices Dealing with Diversity in the Classroom
About the project
The aim - to develop Mathematical Teachers’ Digital Educational Culture to Enhance to Enhance Pupils’ Engagement and Achievement.
- to enhance Math teachers’ professional development by improving their digital competencies to use Mobile Apps in the teaching process;
- to support Math teachers to adopt innovative digital practices based on Mobile Apps in order to improve pupils’ mathematical skills and address their underachievement in Math;
- to strengthen the capacity of Math teachers to develop pupils’ critical thinking and creativity through integration of innovative Mobile Apps based exercises into teaching process;
- to support Math teachers in dealing with diversity in the classroom through exchange of work based best teaching practices, presented as Open Educational Resources.
- Math and STEAM teachers working in basic schools
- Low-achievers from 5-6 grade (school year), aged 11-12 from disadvantaged backgrounds (facing educational, social-economical, geographical, cultural obstacles) and having special learning needs.
The main impact on the pupils is decreasing underachievement in Math by providing them with attractive digital tools for learning. The partnership expects that at least 50% of pupils from the target group will start using the newly developed Mobile Apps and will change their attitude towards Math as an interesting an useful subject.
The Math’s teachers will improve their didactic, social and digital competences to use new up-to-date modern tools in the teaching process and which will boost pupils’ motivation, contribute to their engagement in Math and influence better results.
Kaunas Region Educational Centre