MaSCE Meeting in Lyon
After two years of online meetings, the team of the current MathCityMap EU project MaSCE3 (“Math Trails in School, Curriculum and Educational Environments of Europe”) could finally meet again in person and plan the activities for the final year of the project. The meeting was hosted by the project partners of the University Claude Bernard in Lyon, Christian Mercat and Patrick Berger, who ensured a successful exchange and a structured organization.
Within the MaSCE3 project, fantastic innovations for MathCityMap have already been realized. For example, new answer formats such as the vector, the cloze or the information station have been introduced. Furthermore, the possibility of adding so-called subtasks to existing tasks has been implemented. Furthermore, the project developed the already widely used and effective “Digital Classroom” with its manifold application possibilities. Of course, you can read about the many other project results on the project’s website.
We are very excited to see what other developments MaSCE3 will bring to MathCityMap this year, which we will of course inform you about on our website!