LE-MATH PROJECT. GOOD PRACTICES MATHS. SUMMARY. 1.- THEATER PLAYS 2.- COMMUNICATION FACTOR: BOOKS 3.- MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIADS 4.- IMAGINARY is an interactive travelling exhibition 5.- GeoGebra IN THE CLASSROOM. GOOD PRACTICES.
GOOD PRACTICES MATHS
1.- THEATER PLAYS
2.- COMMUNICATION FACTOR: BOOKS
3.- MATHEMATICAL OLYMPIADS
4.- IMAGINARY is an interactive travelling exhibition
5.- GeoGebra IN THE CLASSROOM
We would like to introduce some experiences realized in two Institutes of Cantabria, where the pupils have realized theatrical plays with mathematical contents. We think that this resource is a challenge for the pupils and, on the other hand, it provokes interest in the rest of students of the center. It is a different way of presenting the mathematics and making see that not only they are in the classroom.
KEY WORDS: Theatre, communication, dissemination.
METHODOLOGY: The didactic possibilities are huge. There are practiced the most important competitions that the education demands in these moments. On one hand it needs the training of the expression oral so little practiced in day after day in the classroom. They face a public, and this allows them to conquer fears and own shames of the adolescence. They work as a team what allows them to practice a cooperative learning. And finally they disseminate the mathematics that it is not in the habit of being the habitual thing in the mass media.
Writter: Juan José Millás
1º de ESO
IES Alberto Pico de Santander
The following play, also represented the course 2007-2008 was a well-read theatre. Students for first of baccalaureate year. Before there was asked them to do a work on Euler, on the occasion of the third centenary of the birth of the celebrated mathematician
Euler's famous formula appears to relate the number of faces, vertexes and edges of a polyhedron, etc. The reading was accompanied of a presentation PowerPoint on links on scenes of Descartes´ project.
The play in the IES Ricardo Bernardo (Cantabria) course 2008-2009, on chapters of the book The Man who Was Calculating of MalbaTahan. All the pupils of 2 º ESO have participated, a few days before Christmas. It was necessary to adapt the vocabulary, changing the words that it was turning out to them difficult to read, and to dramatize the text. It went out very well, in addition they much liked to do it.
On having finished the play realized with technology projects flash, the teacher explains, who was the author.
Learning the mathematics by means of the story of the interesting one and almost prodigious life of the calculating BeremizSamir, who in turn fascinates us with his stories full of mathematical problems.
In this play also there appears the geometry of Samarra's city and his most singular buildings.
2º de ESO
IES Alberto Pico de Santander
Alicia defends the joint existence of both sciences, the literature that appears in Alice in Wonderland's book and the numbers that appear in the same book and in similar other one that there are reading the pupils, Alicia in the country of the numbers of Carlo Frabetti.
The Spanish Ministry of Education and Science feels honoured to host, for the first time in Spain, the International Mathematical Olympiad. It is our great pleasure to welcome in 2008 students and mathematicians from all over the world that have worked so hard to have the opportunity to share during this IMO their experiences and their love for Mathematics with a spirit of solidarity, cooperation and mutual understanding.
We are proud to have the chance to offer to all participants the best environment for this encounter, by gathering in Madrid the most brilliant young mathematicians of the world, which will permit sharing and exchanging ideas and establishing between each other enduring ties of friendship.
We will put the best of us so that this Olympiad may achieve the highest scientific level, and to make everybody's stay in Spain an unforgettable experience.
Finally, I would like to sincerely thank you for your participation and to warmly welcome you to Spain. I wish you a very pleasant stay and good luck to all in the competition.
Imaginary is an interactive travelling exhibition by the MathematischenForschungsinstitutsOberwolfach for the Year of Mathematics 2008 in Germany. Its intention is to display visualizations, interactive installations, virtual realities, 3D objects and their theoretical background in algebraic geometry and in singularity theory in an attracting and understandable manner. It's a unique science experience!
Fechas de celebración: 5 Y 6 abril de 2013.
Lugar de celebración: Rectorado de la Universidad de Córdoba. Avda. Medina Azahara, 5. Córdoba
Los objetivos de este Día GeoGebra (http://diageogebra.info) incluyen:
la formación de los profesores asistentes en nuevas técnicas y desarrollos de GeoGebra,
la formación de los profesores asistentes sobre la utilización didáctica del programa GeoGebra,
el compartir diversas experiencias de aula.
The mission of the GeoGebra project is to empower students and teachers at all levels to learn and teach mathematics with our easy-to-use and freely available software and interactive materials. International GeoGebra Institute
The international GeoGebra Institute (IGI) is a rapidly growing network of non-profit organizations around the world. Our local GeoGebra Institutes join teachers, students, software developers and researchers from all over the world to engage in the following activities:
design of free teaching and professional development materials
face-to-face and online workshops for teachers
organization of student competitions
online support for GeoGebra users
software development for GeoGebra
translation of GeoGebra documentation
research projects concerning GeoGebra and IGI
presentations at national and international conferences
publications in journals
Balbuena, L. (2006). Cuentos del cero. Nivola. Capítulo que se titula: De lo que aconteció a Don Quijote con el joven Gondomar y su justicia numéricamente correcta.
Collantes, J y Pérez Sanz, A. Euler y su prole. Divulgamat.
Millás J.J. y Forges. (2001). Números pares, impares e idiotas. Ed. Alba
Roldán I. (2002). Teatromático. La obra La bit y el brujo de las letras es de Claudi Alsina. Adaptación con nuevo título La bit, el brujo de las letras y Alicia en http://platea.pntic.mec.es/anunezca/experiencias/experiencias_AN_0809/2C/bit_brujo_alicia.doc
Tahan M., (1995). El hombre que calculaba. Ed. Verón.