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Pangea-Preisverleihung gemeinsam mit dem Matheon 11.12.2010
Wie man Mathematik in Poesie verwandelt 09.12.2010
Parallel Computing and SDP Workshop 01.12.2010
7. Dies Mathematicus 01.12.2010
WeltWissen 04.11.2010
Alexander von Humboldt Lecture 18.10.2010
Special Guest Lectures 2010 11.10.2010
Matheathlon gemeinsam mit UNICEF 18.09.2010
STAMM 2010 International Symposium on Trends in Applications of Mathematics to Mechanics 30.08.2010
Matheon Sommerfest 09.07.2010
IWASEP8, 8th International Workshop on Accurate Solution of Eigenvalue Problems 28.06.2010
TechnologieTransferTag Berlin und Brandenburg 16.06.2010
15. Matheon-Kolloquium 07.06.2010
Matheon bei der Langen Nacht 05.06.2010
Richard-von-Mises-Lecture 04.06.2010
Education of Gifted Students in Mathematics in Some of the Southeastern European Countries
Ana Donevska - Todorova Faculty for Computer Science and Technologies, MIT - University, Skopje
This research describes the situation in southeastern European countries such as the Republics of Macedonia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, and Cyprus. The comparison in the research is related to identification, motivation and support to the education of talented students in mathematics. Part of the research contains a comparative analysis of the mathematics curricula with the regular secondary education program in the related countries. The topics are: Combinatorics, Number Theory, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Inequalities, Polynomials, Mathematical Modeling, Problem Solving, Logic, Functions, Complex Numbers, Graph Theory, Mathematical Induction, Trigonometry, Sequences, Probability and Statistics, Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry. The goal is to specify whether and to what extent the topics mentioned above are included in the curricula. This is done because the regular curriculum is established as the basis of the integrated system of working with gifted students. The final part contains recommendations for further work and activities, which are based on statistical data for the Macedonian Government’s Project “Computer for Every Child”.
13. Kolloquium 16.02.2010
Matheon-Exponate im Schwarzwald 30.01.2010
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