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Title of Initiative / Project
TALETE-Teaching mAths through innovative LEarning
Name of Organiser
Università degli Studi “Guglielmo Marconi”
Start and ending date of the Initiative
Was the initiative carried out in the framework of a funded project?
Funding Programme
LLP, Comenius
Title of the project
TALETE-Teaching mAths through innovative LEarning
Università degli Studi “Guglielmo Marconi”
Project number
Type of deliverables
Teaching Methodology, On-line Game, Didactical resource
Thematic area
Maths, Science
Language of the deliverable
Bulgarian, Italian, Other EU, English
Target Group
Teachers, Students
Description of the initiative
TALETE project aims at investigating different ways of the mathematics representations, in the topics, already, defined in the PISA, IEA TIMSS and National surveys concerning the maths skills of 15 years-old students.In this context, the project intends to develop with the teachers more attractive and fun pedagogical tools (serious game and machinima) for the maths literacy delivered in two virtual environments: e-learning platform and 3D world.
More Information
The initiative is focused on math education only. Teachers can access the online course (available in different languages-Bulgarian, English, Italian, Greek, Turkish) - From the same link students can enter the 3D virtual environment.
All project results as reports, methodologies, etc. are available at
Teachers’ Opinion
It is good that the course for teachers is available in Bulgarian – the different languages make the products of the projects more applicable in the everyday teaching practices.
Students’ Opinion
Even if it is more about teachers the website offers 3dlearning environment for students, which can be very helpful in learning mathematics.

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Date: 2015.04.07

Posted by Ioanna Dimitrova (Bulgaria)

I like that the materials are also available in Bulgarian. I think the different languages make the projects more easily adapted in school.

Date: 2015.04.06

Posted by Alex Stefanov (Bulgaria)

I like that the web site offers possibilities for using a 3D environment.

Date: 2015.04.06

Posted by Nikolay Mladenov (Bulgaria)

This project is very interesting to be used for studying mathematics because it includes many games in which you can learn a lot.
More information and images are presented in 3D, which nowadays is very interested for us young people.
I recommend this form of training; when I tried it I loved it and I think most will like.

Date: 2015.04.06

Posted by David Boychev (Bulgaria)

The site provides a lot of useful information for students and for teachers.Through 3D graphics attention of students is increased, and hence the desire to learn more information.

Date: 2015.04.06

Posted by Aleksander Aleksandrov (Bulgaria)

Though the website is designed more for teachers I would like to try the 3D learning environment.

Date: 2015.04.03

Posted by Ralitsa Tsibrova (Bulgaria)

Although the site was made more as training for teachers, I think through it students may also receive information relevant to them. The fact that it has 3D graphics make it much more interesting and compelling to students.

Date: 2015.04.02

Posted by Alex Yanudov (Bulgaria)

Although the project is more targeted towards teachers the website offers 3D environment through which we can easily learn math.


Dissemination Seminar in Florence

31 October 2015 The seminar has been held in ITIS “A. Meucci” one of the schools involved within Goerudio project activities. Its main aim was to promote the results of the project toward a broad sample of stakeholders even overcrossing the number of people directly involved in the production of project outcomes. This purpose has been totally achieved especially thanks to the participation of students and teachers coming from different schools or from other classes instead of those ones directly involved within the project activities.