MATHLabyrinth Training Course: Summary

Objectives: The learning objectives of this course is to train teachers in developing the knowledge and skills for applying the MATH-Labyrinth method and its main tool, the platform which served as an interactive book for use in their teaching practice.

With the completion of the course the teachers will be able to teach mathematics using the method and to be able to develop the analytical and critical thinking of their pupils in the secondary level of education. Teachers will now have access to a full set of math problems connected with problems of real life and be able to support their pupils to become creative.

The e-learning platform has a practice and test mode allowing teachers and pupils to use it effectively. Additional open educational resources will be introduced to the teachers.

Teachers would gain knowledge and practice about using different instruments for measuring the students’ performance in the classroom. Instruments for evaluation of the participants’ performance during the training course will be part of this output, as well as methods for testing the effectiveness of the course.

Target Audience:
  • Teachers teaching mathematics in Pre-school, primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs
  • Teacher trainers
  • Inspectors
  • Headteachers/principals/managers of school/organisations offering adult education
  • HE academic staff
  • Association, Foundation, NGO participants

Training Course for the MATHLabyrinth Method of Teaching Mathematics

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DAY1 A. Introduction to the MATHLabyrinth Project and MathLabyrinth Method

Good Practices in PPT presentation with links to the data base

B. Presentation of the Guidelines and discussion.

Web registrations, setup of connections to the platform.

Review and define the new method of Mathlabyrinth

Demonstrate and classify related good practices

Apply the guidelines

Associate with the platform

DAY2 A. How a problem is developed under the MathLabyrinth Method. Examples from the Platform (Practice Mode/ Test Mode)

B. ICT tools needed to solve problems on the platform. Presentation and usage of such tools( open educational resources)

Synthesize and Apply the method

Identify the tools they need and integrate into a math problem

DAY3 A. Trainees create problems using the MathLabyrinth Method

B. Digitalizing the problem and uploading to the Platform

Construct, create and design a problem under the MathLabyrinth method

Formulate and illustrate math problems in digital form

DAY4 A. Digitalizing the problem and uploading to the Platform. Preparation for presentation.

B. Presentation of the problems by the trainees. Discussion and peer evaluation.

Discuss motivation of pupils in using the platform

Assess and evaluate their creation and prepare for presentation

Demonstrate and debate their work