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Scientific congresses, symposiums and conference proceedings : Paper published in a book
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Education & instruction
Educational Sciences
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/43471
Discovering Everyday Mathematical Situations Outside the Classroom with MathCityMap and GeoGebra 3D
English
Lavicza, Zsolt [> >]
Haas, Ben [> >]
Kreis, Yves mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Education, Culture, Cognition and Society (ECCS)]
10-Jun-2020
Research on Outdoor STEM Education in the digiTal Age: Proceedings of the ROSETA Online Conference in June 2020
Ludwig, Matthias
Jablonski, Simone
Caldeira, Amélia
Moura, Ana
WTM
Conference Proceedings in Mathematics Education; Band 6
23-30
No
Yes
International
978-3-95987-144-0
Münster
Germany
Research on Outdoor STEM Education in the digiTal Age
Canceled
Mobile Math Trails in Europe (MoMaTrE)
Porto
Portugal
[en] elementary school ; geometry ; educational technology ; outside ; mathematical thinking ; trail
[en] In elementary school, teaching and learning activities aim to develop, among others, students’ skills to acquire deeper understanding of their living environments. There are numerous opportunities for students to recognize forms, shapes, and mathematical connections in everyday situations. These everyday situations can be simulated in classrooms; however, educational technologies offer new approaches to extend classroom activities, teachers can simulate and design shapes through Augmented Reality and 3D printing within or beyond the classroom. To stimulate students’ everyday mathematical connections utilizing these technologies could assist in developing activities outside the classroom in urban or in natural environments. Through this approach students could utilize or enhance their mathematical and technical skills within their usual living environments. Utilising educational software such as MathCityMap, GeoGebra 3D Calculator, and other 3D modelling software we developed examples of tasks that could offer easy transitions from in- to out-side of classrooms. In this paper, we will describe learning and teaching aims of these tasks and outline further research and development directions to broaden opportunities to develop students’ mathematical, design and modelling skills.
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/43471
10.37626/GA9783959871440.0.03
https://www.wtm-verlag.de/DOI-Deposit/978-3-95987-144-0/978-3-95987-144-0-03.pdf

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