Student Competences as Outputs of Research-based Education

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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.