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Download with free trialHistory of Math is a project in which students worked together in learning about historical development of mathematical ideas and theories. They were exploring about mathematical development from Sumer and Babylon till Modern age, and from Ancient Greek mathematicians till mathematicians of Modern age, and they wrote documents about their explorations. Also they had some activities in which they could work "together" (like writing a dictionary, taking part in the Eratosthenes experiment, measuring and calculating the height of each other schools, cooperating in given tasks) and activities that brought out their creativity and Math knowledge (making Christmas cards with mathematical details and motives and celebrating the PI day). Also they were able to visit Museum, exhibition "Volim matematiku" and to prepare (and lead) workshops for the Evening of mathematics (Večer matematike). At the end they have presented their work to other students and teachers.
History of Math is a project in which students worked together in learning about historical development of mathematical ideas and theories. They were exploring about mathematical development from Sumer and Babylon till Modern age, and from Ancient Greek mathematicians till mathematicians of Modern age, and they wrote documents about their explorations. Also they had some activities in which they could work "together" (like writing a dictionary, taking part in the Eratosthenes experiment, measuring and calculating the height of each other schools, cooperating in given tasks) and activities that brought out their creativity and Math knowledge (making Christmas cards with mathematical details and motives and celebrating the PI day). Also they were able to visit Museum, exhibition "Volim matematiku" and to prepare (and lead) workshops for the Evening of mathematics (Večer matematike). At the end they have presented their work to other students and teachers.
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