Date: 10. June 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

Proceedings of the ROSETA Conference

We are very pleased to announce the publication of our ROSETA proceedings (Research on Outdoor STEM Education in the digiTal Age) as online open access: https://doi.org/10.37626/GA9783959871440.0 The conference was planned […]

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Date: 29. May 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

MathCityMap seminar at Goethe University

Despite the Corona crisis, we look forward to working with students to gain exciting insights into extracurricular learning, the use of digital media and the use of MathCityMap. In this […]

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Date: 27. May 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

App Update: We explain the new features!

After launching our new web portal three weeks ago, we now celebrate our new MathCityMap App Update! In the following we present the new features: New features: Our onboarding introduces […]

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Date: 20. May 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

MaSCE³ Meeting in the virtual space

On the 18th and 19th of May we conducted our technical meeting of the MaSCE³ project. Unfortunately, due to the restrictions about personal contacts and international travelling, we had to […]

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Date: 18. May 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: The scooping ‘Dümpfelschöpfer’

The current task of the week is located in Lichtenfels, Germany. In this Franconian town the teacher Jörg Hartmann created the task “Der schöpfende Dümpfelschöpfer“ [engl. “The scooping ‘Dümpfelschöpfer’”] and […]

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Date: 5. May 2020 | By: Sina Wetzel | Category:  | 3 Comments

The web portal 2.0 is finally there!

Like we announced last week, the new web portal 2.0 has been online since yesterday. It improves many existing features and looks stylish as well. The new design builds on […]

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Date: 4. May 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

MCM meets Augmented Reality

Adi Cahyono, our MCM Educator of Indonesia, and Matthias Ludwig, head of the MCM Team Frankfurt, present how an augmented reality mobile math trails program can provide opportunities for students […]

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Date: 28. April 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

MathCityMap was presented at the YESS10 conference

At the YESS10 conference last week, Simon presented his upcoming study about students’ learning progress using the MathCityMap app. Of course, the YESS10 (YERME Summer School) took place online. The […]

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Date: 15. April 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

MCM@Home: Theme-based Math Trails

The usage of MathCityMap math trails is well-tested for the revision of various learned topics. However, math trails can also be used – as so-called Theme-based Trails – for the […]

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Date: 6. April 2020 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

MathCityMap’s exponential growth

During the Corona crisis, exponential curves, e.g. infection rates, are presented daily in the media. Therefore, we want to show you one – very pleasing – exponential development about our […]

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