Lazarovska, Marija and AtanasovaPacemska, Tatjana and Miteva, Marija and Koceva Lazarova, Limonka (2017) Guidelines for the MATHLabyrinth method. ISBN 9786086613600.

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In accordance with the priorities set by the European Commission, and in relation to the needs of the teachers for new approaches in teaching Mathematics, a project MATHLabyrinth was submitted for Erasmus+ funding under Key Action 2  Strategic Partnerships for innovation and exchange of good practices in 2015. Many everyday situations and problems require mathematics in order to be solved, thus the aim of the MATHLabyrinth project is to increase the level of knowledge in Math of lowachieving students through solving mathematical problems. One of the main objectives of the MATHLabyrinth project is: an Interactive book with reallife mathematical problems. This is the guideline for this book. MATHLabyrinth project intends to develop new methodologies in learning and teaching mathematics to students of age 1418 which can be used in any school environment.The name Labyrinth refers to the complexity of providing solutions; in order to solve a problem of this kind a couple of operations are required and students will have to go back and forth through all the acquired knowledge they have during their education. The purpose of the interactive book is not giving them direct answers, but making them think and learn at the same time. The core of it is learning the most common operations and relations and using them in their everyday life. Teachers provide clues and paths towards solving the defined problems and a step by step approach that grabs the attention of students and inspire them to get excited about maths.
Item Type:  Teaching Resource 

Subjects:  Social Sciences > Educational sciences Natural sciences > Matematics 
Divisions:  Faculty of Computer Science 
Depositing User:  Tatjana A. Pacemska 
Date Deposited:  15 Dec 2017 09:38 
Last Modified:  15 Dec 2017 09:38 
URI:  http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/18709 
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