Management and implementation

  • Selection of staff involved in the project
  • Contracting: distribution of tasks on work-teams and individual experts, job descriptions, specific procedures, schedules and objectives for teams and experts
  • Quality assurance: monitoring and evaluating the quality of the activities and the results
  • Budget control and time management
  • Risk management
  • Acquisitions: consumables, website, translation services, communication services (including postal services), services used for preparatory actions etc.
  • Accountancy and financial reports
  • Dissemination activities: coordination, implementation, evaluation of those activities according to the dissemination plan and its objectives
  • Management of unpredictable events and situations
  • Legal assistance, if necessary
  • Archiving the project’s documents
  • Reporting to the National Agency and European Commision


Preparatory actions

  • Communication network,
  • Organizational upgrade,
  • Informative activities,
  • Selection of participants,
  • Preparation of participants: task related, linguistic support, digital training, inter-cultural education, risk-prevention and security in work

Intellectual outputs activities

  • Methodology of standards of good practices,
  • Creation of an e-learning web platform
  • Creation of a guidebook for the MATH-Labyrinth method, collection of mathematical problems
  • Development of guidelines for students and teachers on using this method
  • Course development for further training activities for interested parties

Transnational project meetings

We planned four transnational project meetings in the period of two years:

  1. December 2015 (Macedonia) This would be the initial meeting when partners and key persons involved can be introduced to each other, clear tasks and assignments would be allocated to each partner organization, the details about the activities will be organized
  2. June 2016 (Cyprus) After the preparation period and collection of good practices we would concentrate on the activities that have to be undertaken for evaluation of the results, also we would discuss to what extent the Guidebook of MATH-Labyrinth method is completed
  3. November 2016 (Italy) This is the period when the interactive book should be completed, we could discuss its implementation and make adjustment to optimize the results
  4. August 2017 (Macedonia) At the end of the project we will discuss the follow up and dissemination activities and we would focus on the course implementation

Multiplier events

  • Three mathematical summer camps for testing the Guidebook MATH-Labyrinth that will be held in Macedonia, Italy and Bulgaria with students from the host organizations.
  • A conference in Bulgaria in the second year of the project’s life cycle.
  • A panel session in Greece during an international conference.


Training events

Short-term joint training activities for 2 participants from each organization of the Partnership to be held back to back with the last meeting in Macedonia to reduce the travel cost.

Dissemination activities

  • Within the institutions involved in the project,
  • In other institutions, public events,
  • Dissemination through mass-media, publications;
  • Dissemination through graphic materials,
  • Dissemination through online environment