The ASYMPTOTE MOOC
An Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on ASYMPTOTE was delivered online from October 10 to December 18, 2022.
Here, 129 student teachers, in-service teachers and lecturers from all partner countries gained a deep insight into the ASYMPTOTE system.
More information can be found in the following.
Are you studying mathematics at university, are you a future mathematics teacher or do you already teach math at school? Do you wonder how you can practize mathematics interactively, in an increasing way according to the skills you acquire? Or would you like to learn about a digital technology that could help you do this in the classroom with your (future) students? The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) „ASYMPTOTE: teaching and learning mathematics online“ is right for you!
The MOOC „ASYMPTOTE: teaching and learning mathematics online“ is designed for university mathematics students, mathematics student teachers as well as pre-service and in-service mathematics teachers from primary to higher secondary schools. Please find all information in the following:
Within the MOOC, you will …
- be introduced to online education and e-pedagogy;
- get to know the ASYMPTOTE system for the synchronous delivery of adaptive online lessons;
- experience the ASYMPTOTE system from the student’s and teacher’s perspective;
- develop own digital tasks and curricular resources;
- get in contact with other (future) mathematics teachers from all over Europe.
The final aim is to create one’s own well-structured collection of tasks, a so-called learning graph. It consist of the math tasks that will be designed during the MOOC weeks.
All of this will be possible thanks to the use of the resources made available by the MOOC and the support of the instructors, in order to improve practices and renew teaching and make it functional to the new needs of 21st-century students.
University mathematics students, mathematics student teachers as well as pre-service & in-service mathematics teachers from primary to higher secondary schools, eager to learn how to use ASYMPTOTE and how to design their own tasks and learning graphs, in order to conduct adaptive and synchronous mathematics lessons online!
To enroll in the MOOC, you have to create an account on the DI.MA platform by filling out the New Account form with your details and following the instructions that will arrive. Once logged in on the home page of DI.MA choose the course ASYMPTOTE: teaching and learning mathematics online, you can start!
If there are any problems during the enrolment process, please report them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The MOOC will start on 10 October 2022 and end on 18 December 2022. The MOOC is organized in 10 weeks in total as follows: a first week to enter the world of teaching and learning mathematics online; 7 weeks in which you will design 9 math tasks that will then form a learning graph; 2 weeks in which you will be able to accomplish the final homework, i.e. peer review activities to rate the best learning graphs produced during the MOOC. The course requires a commitment of about 3 hours per week.
The MOOC is conducted in English. However, materials are also available in German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish.
During the MOOC, you wil create own digital tasks. These tasks can be developed in one of the following languages: German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish as well as English.
At the end of each module, if all the homework it contains have been done, a badge will be issued certifying the skills acquired. With the completion of each of the MOOC modules and the final homework, a certificate will be issued as well as a digital badge guaranteeing that 30 hours of training have been achieved. In addition, the best tasks will be honored with badges.
Start of registration: September 26, 2022
Start of the MOOC: October 10, 2022
Duration: 10 weeks
Time expenditure: 3h/week
Languages: English + German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese & Spanish
The MOOC Instructors
The MOOC is accompanied by members of the ASYMPTOTE Project. The instructors’ team is made of (in order by country): Simon Barlovits (Germany); Léon Anhalt (Germany); Stelios Triantafyllou (Greece); Eugenia Taranto (Italy); Helena Brás (Portugal); Claudia Lazaro (Spain). We are looking forward to your participation!