“The most valuable resource that all teachers have is each other.
Without collaboration our growth is limited to our own perspectives“
(Robert John Meehan)
The words of the famous American educator highlight the value of spreading teachers’ professional experience as the most effective source of learning. By sharing each other’s best practices, teachers continue to learn from each other; developing professionally they look for and create new and attractive teaching strategies.
The project partnership has developed 25 success stories, both video and written. They draw on the personal experience of teachers, who, working with diverse groups of pupils, having different abilities and needs, many of whom come from different economic, religious, and socio-cultural backgrounds, are able to achieve excellent learning outcomes in mathematics and other STEAM subjects.
In their success stories teachers reveal how, with the help of modern teaching tools, they are able to create a motivational learning environment which boosts pupils’ critical thinking and creativity. These success stories provide both teachers of mathematics and other STEAM subjects with valuable advice and useful tips on how to improve pupils’ academic results and turn the math lesson into an exciting journey through the world of numbers.
|LT||Laura Mačionienė “Teaching math – building bridges to socialization and success”|
|LT||Irena Macijauskienė “Small steps to success”|
|LT||Kaunas region Akademija Ugnė Karvelis gymnasium Interdisciplinary project “Let’s grow together”|
|LT||Vitalija Boskienė “From theory to practice”|
|PL||Agnieszka Lesiak “IT tools in school”|
|PL||Krzysztof Klimek “Mathematics in practice”|
|LV||Ilga Jegere “Meaningful use of mobile apps to achieve the aim of the lesson”|
|LV||Inga Lapiņa “Learning math through real life situations”|
|EL||Dimitris Diamantidis “Design for STEM in mathematics classroom”|
|EL||Soitirios Chasapis “Mathematical modelling on the falling ladder paradox”|
|RO||Gabriela Dumitrescu “An attractive school for all”|
|RO||Aurelia Burlan “School of continuous learning!”|
|GR||Anastasios Papathanasiou “ICT upgrades Teaching and Learning experience”|
|GR||Athanasia (Sia) Mpalomenou “Treasure hunting with math!”|
|LT||Edita Titenytė “Influence of Learning Environments on the Improvement of Student Achievement”|
|LT||Jurgita Norvilienė “Developing the Competence of Learning to Learn in Mathematics”|
|LT||Ligita Minkauskienė “How to Make Pupils Learn and Enjoy Mathematics?”|
|LT||Daiva Petkevičienė “Learning with ICT!”|
|LT||Vaida Marcinauskienė “Integrated Teaching in Mathematics Lessons”|
|LV||Ineta Mežniece “Effective use of Virtual Tools to Develop Pupils’ Skills and Abilities”|
|LV||Sanita Baumane “The Real, Virtual and Digital Lessons Inspire Teachers and Pupils”|
|PL||Anna Kuceł “It is Worth Looking for New Solutions”|
|PL||Ewelina Biaduń “Mathematics and its Practical Aspects”|
|RO||Gabriela Stere “Games and competitions in the Math class”|
|RO||Laura Calotă “Health, the most precious gift”|