Spanish MUST team is organising a course of national scope aimed to disseminate and discuss the project materials developed.This course is mainly aimed to educators with a good knowledge and experience in using Moodle (admins & course creators), this is intended as a way to get a high quality feedback from participants which will lead to improving materials. Here is more info about the course.
MUST project is participating at the Open Education Week. (9 – 13 March 2015) organized by Open Education Consortium Its purpose is to raise awareness about the Open movement and its impact on teaching and learning worldwide. Here is the link to the MUST contribution.
On 18th February the first teacher training course has started at La Vila Joiosa (Alicante). Emilio Moncho who is developing the Science materials for the project welcomed the participants and presented the project. Now the course development will continue via online till 27th March.
On 21 January, Luis González, MUST coordinator, presented the project at a Teacher Conference held at IES Figueras Pacheco in Alicante city. The aim of the conference was to present recent developments in Science & Technology teaching in the schools in the Alicante region. More than 50 teachers attended the event and showed their interest about the project outputs. After the coordinator presentation, Emilio Moncho and Josep Perez gave an introduction to the MUST Physics & Maths teacher trainning courses which are ready to start in early February.
Building research-based MOODLE materials in Maths, Science and CLIL Benidorm (Spain), from 31.08 to 4.09 (2015)
MUST project partnership is organising a course with a focus on innovative teaching practices and use of e-learning resources (Open Educational Resources) and tools (Moodle) in order to enhance the quality of teaching and learning in European schools.
For the moment the September 2015 course is accepting pre-registration applications. The following scheduled course is in July 2016 in Ljubljana (Slovenia). We are organising courses throughout the year. You could send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with expressions of interest in other possible dates and asking for support in preparing your KA1 application.
MUST coordinator, Luis Gonzalez, has presented the project in a meeting organised by the Innovation Directorate of the Education Department of Generalitat Valenciana on the 11th December. The main aim of this meeting has been to put in contact all Erasmus + KA2 projects coordinated by institutions of the Valencia Community. This activity has lead to build a network of innovative institutions and create synergies between coordinators.
Anamaria Golumbeanu presented MUST project at the Meeting of European Information Multipliers, which took place on December 10, 2014 at Dolj County School Inspectorate Department of Educational Projects
A group of 17 European teachers and educators have gathered in Benidorm at the MUST project KICK OFF meeting. They came from schools of Slovenia, Romania and Poland coordinated by IES Mediterrània. The main aim of the meeting is to agree on project development and quality assurance plan for the ICT-based material which is going to be built using the Moodle platform.
In our opinion, formulas question type offers to Maths and Science primary/secondary teachers everything they need to produce a high variety of Moodle quizzes. This question type was written by Hon Wai Lau. Later was upgraded to the new question engine introduced in Moodle 2.1 by Jean-Michel Védrine. At the time of this writing this version is compatible with Moodle 2.6, 2.7 and 2.8.
This question shows its full potential when used it in connection with JSXGraph. This connection was developed by Peter Haverlson
If you fancy you could try it by yourself. Click this link http://mustpro.eu/moodle/aaimg/ajsx/GraphForMoodle2.html?graph=2*x+1 and change the value of the parameters in the line equation. What you change manually it is changed randomly by the formulas question engine creating a different question for every student. Wonderful, doesn’t it?