On 01.12.2017, Matthias Ludwig and Simone Jablonski presented MathCityMap as part of an internal teacher training at the Commercial Schools in Hanau. First, the theoretical basis for math trails, the […]
In the ongoing development and optimization of MathCityMap, the direct impressions and experiences of students and teachers with the project provide important feedback. Accordingly, the MCM team is very interested […]
On 12.10.2017, the MathTrails project seminar from the Theodosius-Florentini-Schule Gemünden visited the MathCityMap team in Frankfurt. Marie-Noelle Klug, a participating student in the project, has thankfully provided us a great […]
At the invitation of Prof. Dr. Ferdinando Arzarello from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Turin, Iwan Gurjanow and Matthias Ludwig presented the functionality and possibilities of MCM […]
This week, we had the opportunity to present MathCityMap at a teacher training at Rhodes University in Grahamstown in South Africa. Matthias Ludwig followed the invitation of Prof. Dr. Marc Schäfer (chair of […]
On Tuesday, 23.05.2017, members of the MCM team were invited by the research team of the University of Münster to create a Math Trail in the north of the Aasee. They also informed interested teachers […]
Being part of the “Day of Mathematics and Natural Sciences” in Saxony, the MathCityMap team held a course on outdoor mathematics with MCM. The “Sächsische Bildungsinstitut” (SBI) invited to this event […]
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