Date: 30. May 2022 | By: Philipp Larmann | Category:  | No Comments

40.000 MathCityMap-Tasks

Not even half a year has passed since we cracked the mark of 30,000 tasks in the MathCityMap system. Today, we are more than happy to announce the achievement of […]

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Date: 16. May 2022 | By: Philipp Larmann | Category:  | No Comments

Task of the Week: Height of the Powder Tower in Merano

In the beautiful South Tyrolean city of Merano, teacher Michael Perkmann recently created the task “Height of the Powder Tower in Merano”, which we would like to present to you […]

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Date: 24. January 2022 | By: Philipp Larmann | Category:  | No Comments

Generic Tasks: Number

In this article on Generic Tasks, we would like to introduce you to two tasks from the “Number” category. As always, you can find the corresponding objects everywhere and the […]

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Date: 29. November 2021 | By: Philipp Larmann | Category:  | No Comments

Generic Tasks: Slope

In the last article on Generic Tasks, which you can read here, we already showed you how you can use Generic Tasks to save time when creating tasks in your […]

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Date: 8. November 2021 | By: Philipp Larmann | Category:  | No Comments

Generic Tasks: Combinatorics

The so-called Generic Tasks offer a significant simplification when creating MathCityMap tasks. Generic tasks are tasks for objects that can be found, in a slightly modified form, in any place […]

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Date: 12. July 2021 | By: Simon Barlovits | Category:  | No Comments

The MathCityMap Task Formats

The MathCityMap team has recently developed several new task formats! By now, MathCityMap offers nine task formats plus the possibility to create subtasks. All task formats are shortly presented in […]

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

Task of the Week: Columns in the Parc

This week, Carmen Monzo, teacher in Spain gives us an inside into her task “Colums in the Parc”. It is created in a parc in Albacete, which ” is full […]

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Date: 6. July 2018 | By: Simone Jablonski | Category:  | No Comments

MathCityMap at New Horizons in Teaching Science Workshop in Italy

On 18 June 2018, the “New Horizons in Teaching Science” workshop was held in Messina, Sicily. On this occasion, Eugenia Taranto spoke about the MathCityMap project and the collaboration with […]

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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: 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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