Archive for the ‘Out-of-class activities’ Category

Climate change – What does the future bring? – Part IV.

This article is the fourth one out of five, featuring stories about how teachers and their students relate to climate change.   The consequences of climate change in Green Heart of Croatia – Gorski kotar Sanda Štimac, mag.prim.educ, Čabar/Croatia   Gorski Kotar is the mountainous region in Croatia between...

Climate change – What does the future bring? – Part III.

This article is the third one out of five, featuring stories about how teachers and their students relate to climate change.   Climate Change – a challenging issue for students Lavinia Orășanu, physics teacher, School “Mihai Eminescu”-Pitești, Romania   In School “Mihai Eminescu”, Piteşti – Romania, we want to...

Climate change – What does the future bring? – Part II.

This article is the second one out of five, featuring stories about how teachers and their students relate to climate change.   Climate Change – Natural Disasters and School Society Georgios Chatzigeorgiou, biologist, 2nd General Lyceum of Oreokastro, Greece   General Information Climate change is a change in the...

Climate change – What does the future bring? – Part I.

This article is the first one out of five, featuring stories about how teachers and their students relate to climate change.   “Climate change – a challenge for everybody” Malgorzata Kulesza  from Krakow/Poland Climate change poses one of the most substantial threats to the modern world. The role of...

Gamification in High School Math classes

Abstract: Two cross-curricular eTwinning Problem Based Learning projects developed by 3 9th grade classes of a Humanities high school in Italy: in one project students learned how they can cooperate with foreign partners and then debate together about the topics they learned in the other project students learned Maths...

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Math Teaching at Your Fingertips

Image: shutterstock_445203994 “If you present math the way it really is, this fantastic expression of human creativity and ingenuity, people do want to read that!” – Steven Strogatz, professor at Cornell University We all know how important it is that children experience mathematical activities across a range of contexts and locations...

Crisis in scientific vocations? Italy and the Scientific Degrees Project

Image: Shutterstock/Sentavio_jpeg (2) Italy and Europe as a whole need more scientific culture. For that matter, the Alghero High School participates and collaborates with the University in order to develop its potential and plan the future of its students. The project was launched with the goal of increasing the...