Student Competences as Outputs of Research-based Education

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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.

1st Meeting at Alacant University

On Saturday 25th November, 10 educators from SCORE project partnership gathered at Alicante University venue for the KickOff meeting. They discussed about project management and quality Plan, agreed on the prototype of outputs development procedures and the dissemination events, as the blended course to be held in Valencia next February.


H5P ( makes it easy to create, share and reuse HTML5 content and applications. H5P empowers everyone to create rich and interactive web experiences more efficiently .At SCORE project with are using the Moodle H5P plugin. Example of an H5P interactive activity


In developing SCORE materials we rely on JSXGraph . It is a cross-browser library  from Bayreuth University which is implemented completely in JavaScript. JSXGraph supports multi-touch devices running iOS, Android, firefoxOS, Windows 8 (at least). One of the main aims of SCORE project is to use it to create hands-on animations with a “didactical” view…


The project consortium decided to use the open-source platform “moodle”. The decision is based on the following main reasons: • the platform is open-source software, i.e. there are no license costs • there are a high number of users already using the platform • the platform is based on a standard database (mySQL) • the…

Digital Classroom

SCORE aims to promote ICT technologies as drivers of improvement in under-achievement in Maths & Science literacy. This will lead to explore innovative digital-supported teaching methods, student-centred and problem-based learning (PBL) approaches, and in developing a multilingual dimension of education by investigating more effective procedures for translating project materials to English and other partnership languages.