PARTNERSHIPS AND RESULTS IN COMENIUS, LEONARDO DA VINCI AND GRUNDTVIG
National Agencies

2011-1-IT2-COM06-24760

VIVERE LA MATEMATICA

Comenius multilateral partnerships

PARTNERS
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • Norway
  • Germany
  • Poland
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    ORGANIZATION Coordinator

    Istituto Comprensivo Nettuno 2°

    TYPE OF ORGANIZATION

    Primary school

    ADDRESS

    Via Canducci, 15 – Nettuno - RM

    CONTACT PERSON

    Tiziana Pagliuca

    Living Maths

    Our project, will deal with mathematics in the infant-school and the primary curriculum. It will promote the use of ICT in Maths. Some of the teaching of maths will be cross curricular. It will also develop an awareness of mathematics in children's daily life, their local environment, national environment and through out Europe. We hope to use a wide range of pedagogical methods in relation to Maths through co-operation with partner countries. Maths is a life long learning skill, essential in the development of our pupils’ employment skills. The project involves all children in the partner schools including ethnic minorities, children with special needs and pupils in socially and economically deprived areas. The project will enable the development of ICT skills amongst pupils and staff. ICT will be used as a means of communication, presentation and exchange of resources. A maths dictionary, resources bank, book of activities and lessons as well as a website will be created. Staff will observe teaching across Europe, discussing what they see and how they can use it to improve their own practice. Visits to each school is essential for this and well planned partner meetings in each school will ensure maximum use is made of experiencing the European dimension.

    RESULTS
  • Joint results
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • Germany
  • Poland
  • Best practices

    A booklet of best practices was created. All partners illustrated in the forms of" best practies manual" their most significant teaching experiences. We included pictures and videos showing how the activities worked. Each school could then keep the DVD and print the activities whenever the teachers wanted to use them.

    LANGUAGE(S)

    Italian

    AUDIENCE(S)

    PRODUCT TYPE

    Didactic material

    AVAILABILITY

    Link to

    COPYRIGHT

    Yes