The Golden Number or Ratio is considered as the most beautiful ratio in art and architecture for centuries. From the Parthenon to Salvador Dali’s The Sacrament of the Last Supper the Golden Ratio has been found in some of the world’s most celebrated creations.
Represented by the greek letter phi (φ), the Golden Ratio is the irrational value: φ=1.61803. In order to find the φ we can have a line segment and divide it into two smaller segments such that … Continue reading
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Seppo application, that we get to discover thanks to the SMART project, is certainly a fun way to let our students discover their city and artistic places. Thanks to this application, teachers organize a sort of treasure hunts within the cities or within a place of interest. In our case, what can be better than to start organizing a game inside our Opera theater? Furthermore Kahoot game is ready too!
We needed to test how it would take place during our next first student mobility on March.
This is a funny way to learn!
Massimo Theater: Seppo game and Kahoot … Continue reading
During our project we started to use finnish aplication Seppo. New way of learning combines experiential, project-based learning and utilising technology in a real-life environment. It is quite easy tool for teachers and combinated diffrent skills for our students. We can use it in our lessons, meetings etc.
Our eighth class prepared during Christmas some really nice chemical ginger bread for their teachers.
During the Christmas we prepared some information for our colleagues from partner schools. You can see our work in this article.