Today has started the Erasmus+ KA1 course “Building research-based MOODLE materials in Maths, Science and CLIL” organised by MUST project. Around 20 teachers from different countries have gathered to learn how to develop teaching materials using Moodle platform.
MUST project is organising a free course – seminar type- of European scope aimed at Science and Maths teachers and teacher trainers. The main objective is to discuss issues related to the development of Maths¨Physics materials using Moodle platform. You can find more info about the course at http://mustpro.eu/courses/c2.
Must project was presented at the workshop of Polish section of European Association for Astronomy Education. It was a workshop for teachers of physics teaching in lower secondary and secondary schools which was organized in Orle, Szklarska Poreba in Izera Dark – Sky Park, 29.06 – 03.07.2015. 20 teachers took part In the workshop.
The webpage of Izera Dark – Sky Park where the workshop has taken place.
Must project was presented on May 29, 2015 in a workshop at the international SIRIKT conference in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. Breda Poličar, who is developing math course materials, familiarized the participants with the project goals and the material, which has already been prepared. The workshop was visited by math and informatics teachers, who are working on Moodle and wanted to improve their knowledge of Moodle’s new features.
Proyecto MUST, Erasmus + KA2 organiza curso-seminario para profesorado Mates/Física con experiencia en Moodle http://t.co/IiObrJ9c0w
— Erasmus Plus ES (@sepiegob) abril 29, 2015
Today is the last day for enrolling in the MUST Moodle course.
Applicants are mainly advanced users: administrators, course creators
or teachers using Moodle in their teaching in a regular basis.
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.
16th February 2015 held a meeting with representatives of E-Learning Center at AGH University of Science and Technology in Cracow: Agnieszka Chrząszcz and prof. Jan Kusiak. Forming Polish MUST team Bogusława Gniecka and Marian Talar took part in the appointment. The aim of the meeting was to set up a cooperation between our school and e-Learning Center to help in organization of our local Must on-line seminars in October 2015. The e-Learning Center is the leading educational institution in the field of on-line education in Malopolska region. It will help us in dissemination of the results of our project – the final product – among the educational institutions in Poland.