Date: 18. June 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Man walking to the Sky

This week, we focus on a task that can be used to realize linear functions in the environment. It was created by Kim Biedebach in Kassel. I became aware of […]

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Date: 11. June 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task(s) of the Week: MCM meets Statistics

This week, we would like to introduce you to a whole series of tasks in the Task of the Week section. Mathias Bärtl, Professor at the University of Offenburg, became […]

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Date: 4. June 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

MathCityMap is “math doer” of the month!

We are very pleased that MathCityMap was honored by the German Mathematical Association (Deutsche Mathematiker Vereinigung DMV) as “Math doer” of the month June. In doing so, special commitment and […]

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Date: 4. June 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Distance

During May, the MathCityMap Team created a trail in Zaryadye Parc in Moscow – in good time for the start of FIFA World Cup in June! One of the included […]

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Date: 28. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Flowerpot

In case you search in our MathCityMap portal, you might notice that flowerpots enable various geometric tasks. Solely through the high frequency and the different shapes (cylinder, prismn with hexagonal […]

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Date: 25. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

It’s time to go outside!

On 24.05.2018, Martin Lipinski and Simone Jablonski presented the MathCityMap system und project during a teacher training at Campus Westend at Goethe University in Frankfurt. The event’s title “It’s time […]

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Date: 21. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Combinatorics

On Monday, May 14th, 45 primary students, who are interested in math and take part in an enrichment program, were able to discover the Campus Westend of Goethe University. In […]

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Date: 18. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

MCM Web Portal Update – Toolbar

After improving the task and trail details in our last portal update, this update focuses on the toolbar. The main aim of these updates is to get MathCityMap on a […]

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Date: 14. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Archway

Created during a teacher training in Erfurt, today’s Task of the Week fokuses on the topic Archway. The topic allows different questions and problems. Some weeks ago, we already presented […]

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Date: 11. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Made in Taiwan

MathCityMap was part of the East Asian Conference On Mathematics Education 8 (EARCOME8) which took place in Taipeh, Taiwan. On Wednesday afternoon, about 30 participants were part of a “Special […]

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Date: 7. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Generic Tasks: Volume I

In a further article on our category Generic Tasks, we want to present you determinations of volume and mass. The focus will be on the bodies Cuboid and Cylinder. Further […]

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Date: 3. May 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

BILD rejoices in MathCityMap

Also in the regional edition of BILD Zeitung Stuttgart, MathCityMap and the opening of the MATHE.ENTDECKER trails around Stuttgart’s stock exchange were mentioned. In the category “What we rejoice in” […]

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Date: 30. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Generic Tasks: GPS tasks

Have you already tested our GPS tasks with help of the task wizard? They give you the opportunity to create interesting problems with the own position and the GPS signal […]

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Date: 27. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

MCM meets Girls’ Day

On 26.04.2018 the annual Girls’ Day took place. The science faculties of Goethe University participated as well and therefore, 40 students who are interested in maths were able to get […]

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Date: 24. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Article on MathCityMap in Stuttgart’s Newpaper

Already in the last week, we reported on the opening of the MATHE.ENTDECKER trails around Stuttgart’s stock exchange. We are happy that the event was also reported in the Stuttgarter […]

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Date: 23. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | 2 Comments

Task of the Week: Sculpture “Thinker”

After we opened the first MATHE.ENTDECKER (math explorer) trails at Stuttgart’s stock exchange at the 12th of April (read more here), we want to present you one of the included […]

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Date: 17. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

MoMaTrE project in Portugal

The MathCityMap team thanks our MoMaTrE partners from Portugal for a special outdoor event with MCM. Read their impressions in the following article by Amélia Caldeira and Ana Moura: In […]

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Date: 16. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Trails around Stuttgart’s Exchange

MATHE.ENDTECKER (Math Explorer) is a program funded by Stiftung Rechnen in cooperation with Goethe University. MathCityMap gives the technical, didactical and pedagogic basis for this special program. Through the opening […]

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Date: 16. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Scale of the Krämerbrücke

We all know them: city and site maps, illustrations and drawings that depict a real object to scale. Especially at sights, they offer the chance to calculate this scale, as […]

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Date: 9. April 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

Generic Tasks: Height of Buildings

Today we would like to introduce you to our generic tasks concerning the height of buildings. This topic offers the opportunity to do math for different grades. The height of […]

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