Student Competences as Outputs of Research-based Education

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SCORE course in Craiova, Romania

On January 19th started The Project SCORE course : CREATING MOODLE RESOURCES FOR STEM ( https://www.ccddj.ro/formare.php ) at Secondary School “Ion Tuculescu”, Craiova, Romania. Over 25 Maths and Physics teachers were enrolled on the course.Teachers worked on the SCORE Moodle platform  . Teachers learn about scientix, etwinning, and moodle resources, especially about formulas question type, jxgraph and h5p.

SCORE at Moodlemoot Barcelona 2018

On June 28th, Bernat Martínez from BonNouEdu presented  at Barcelona MoodleMoot 2018 the communication “SCORE project: creating STEM activities with the FORMULAS plugin”. Here you can download the presentation pdf: https://assets.moodlemoot.org/sites/77/20180704162949/PROYECTO_SCORE_Creando_actividades_STEM_con_el_plugin_FORMULAS.pdf

European SCORE course

Around 40 teachers have attended the online course-seminar: Creating Moodle FORMULAS type questions for STEM subjects. Participants have been introduced to FORMULAS question type and they have created their own questions which have been shared among them and with the full Moodle community.

SCORE project at SCIENTIX Conference

Helena Capela and Teresa Pereira, from Palmela Secondary School, Portugal, participated in the 3rd SCIENTIX Conference, in Brussels, from May 4 to 6. In this event, they had the opportunity to present  SCORE project, at stand 9, publicizing the resources and courses to promote at national and European level.  It was a very rewarding experience.

1st SCORE PD course

On February 28th ended the first SCORE Professional Development course. It was attended by 20 teachers from private and public schools from the Valencia area. At the course it was presented the materials developed by SCORE partners on DENSITY. Some participant teachers showed their interest in experiment the materials with their students.