Luis Gonzalez, MUST project coordinator, presented on 14th May the Physics material developed by MUST partners at a meeting of STEM teachers. This meeting was held in the framework of the “Educative Spring” initiative that was organised by the Education Department of the Valencian Community and was attended by more than 6000 teachers.
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Luis Gonzalez, MUST coordinator, presented the project results and outcomes at the Erasmus+ information day held at the Faculty of Education of Alicante University. The event was attended by more than 200 teachers and headteachers of Alicante province which are these days preparing their KA2 proposals.
Hatice Kirmaci, a Physics teacher at Sisli Anatolian High School in Istanbul, after attending a MUST online training course decided go further. She piloted the teaching Moodle materials with 15 selected students, via online and using English as working language. After completing the experience they were interviewed by the national radio (upper picture). Later, in a friendly ceremony, the School principal handled a MUST certificate to the students for the completion of the course. MUST team are very grateful to Hatice and her students for their collaboration.
On 13th January started a new MUST course for Science and Maths teachers with a face to face session. The event was attended by around 15 teachers and much more participated via online. Jose Antonio Poves, the director of CEFIRE teacher training center, welcomed participants and showed a presentation on MUST project achievements and results.
The MUST project was disseminated on November 6, 2015 at the regional conference “Mathematics in the third millennium” in Craiova, Romania.
On November 21, 2015 started the MUST course at Secondary School “Ion Tuculescu”, Craiova, Romania. 20 teachers were enrolled on the course.Teachers worked on the MUST Moodle platform and get acquainted with the project educational resources .
At the end of October the first MUST national course in Slovenia will take place in Ljubljana, Gimnazija Poljane. A lot of math teachers have already registered for the course, and the main educational portal in Slovenia had published the information about the course.