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Final MATH meeting

The final MATH meeting took place in Cologne, Germany from the 9th to the 11th of July 2019.

The partners were happy with the project results and discussed the APP and new options for future perspectives after the official end of the MATH project.

MATH Meeting in Turkey brought additional benefit

The MATH Meeting in Adana, Turkey took part from the 16th to the 18th of April 2019.
It was hosted by Adana Cukurova Guzel Sanatlar Lisesi

All MATH partners discussed on the successful testing results of the MATH App and ways to improve it by adding (1) a Boot-Camp with Learning videos and (2) additional mathematical tasks in the App. The partners were happy about the current results and the are currently working on a handbook for simplifying the use of the MATH App.

Prototype of the MATH App available

The first prototype of the MATH App is now ready for testing.
The partners test the Serious game with teachers, trainers and learners in the different partner countries. This is accompanied by a usability study and an evaluation questionnaire.
Moreover, a handbook structure is now available. The handbook will soon provide information about serious games, the MATH app and possible didactical and pedogogical settings to teachers and trainers.

Additional insights into the MATH App

The MATH-App is constantly developing.
Today we would like to provide you with an insight of the view of a second player (red avatar in the picture). The first player can be seen as a ghost (yellow avatar in the picture) to have an impression who is in the lead and climbs the mountain quicker.


Successful Meeting in Toledo, Spain

The partners of the MATH project work successful at the meeting in Toledo, Spain from the 13th to the 15th of November 2018.
They visited the school C.E.I.P. ´Tomas Romojaro´ and discussed on the app and the testing. The impressions on the prototype of the app are great and the discussions are fruitful and support the whole process of the project.

Finalising the curricular analysis

The curricular analysis of the MATH project will soon be finalised. The schools approach this task by checking again their curricula and classes. They list which content and which aims are focussed concerning the different target groups. Moreover, they check their learning processes and developments. This will be ther basis for an adequate design and implementation of the MATH Serious Game.