MathCityMap was presented at the YESS10 conference
The MathCityMap idea was enthusiastically received by the participants of the conference. For example, the Israeli High-school Math teacher and researcher Eli Netzer, who analyzes Hebrew educational video (Link to Eli’s website), gave us this feedback:
I believe that MathCityMap is a valuable project for extracurricular mathematics learning. The project affords profound mathematical learning since it is based on three strong aspects: social, mobile and real mathematics learning.
I am looking forward to using the project site with my students, explore and add new mathematical interesting tasks and Math trails in the Tel-Aviv city.
In addition, Eli created this really cool illustration about the theoretical framwork of MathCityMap (left picture).