Fermat Science (France)
The association Fermat Science aims to promote and popularize mathematics and science, heritage and culture through the character and work of the famous mathematician Pierre Fermat. By its actions of popularization, Fermat Science hopes to contribute to encouraging more young people (especially girls) to move toward scientific careers. It has been developing teaching tools, exhibitions, and organizes events and workshops for schools and general public. For each of the projects developed, a scientific council validates the tools.
Fermat Science has been growing continuously for several years. Through its multiple partnerships, it has, over the years, gained notoriety. The association is a leader in several European projects including ERASMUS+ projects on the themes of non-formal education, mathematics and science.
Fermat Science is in charge of the animation of Pierre de Fermat’s birthplace, located in Beaumont-de-Lomagne in the Tarn-et-Garonne.
In 2024, the association will open the Maison de Fermat, a museum space about the life and work of the mathematician, but also about mathematics and infomatics in general. The first temporary exhibition will be on artificial intelligence.
Logopsycom is an education innovation center that creates and uses alternative methods or tools (digital or not) to accompany schools, VET centers, educational organizations, youngsters and parents. It was initially created as a care company, specialized on learning disorders, among youngsters, especially in “Dys” (Dyspraxia, Dysphasia, Dyslexia, etc.), also called Specific Learning Disorders (SLD) and therefore always works on the accessibility of content.
We do project consulting for schools and youth centers in our area to help them build good projects which improves the quality of their teaching methods, their environment and obviously their “inclusion policy”. We have experience in working over 50 Erasmus+ KA2 Projects
Arsakeio Primary School of Patras (Greece)
Arsakeio of Patras is one of the oldest educational foundations in Greece (founded in 1891) and continues to contribute to Greek education successfully and actively. School facilities include: library, science and computer lab, art room, language room, drama room, sports facilities, health room with school nurse, and a multi-purpose school hall. In the school area there is a separate building that houses the Centre of Science where students can further cultivate their skills and knowledge in Maths, Science and ICT.
Arsakeio nurtures academic and personal development by developing a high-quality child-centered environment. The school has experience in organising and managing educational programmes and projects, such as short-term e-twinning projects and Erasmus+ partnership projects.
Savremena primary school (Serbia)
Located in an urban part of Belgrade, Elementary School Savremena is a modern Primary school which focuses on the academic development of students starting from preschool age. At Savremena Elementary School, a team of teachers dedicate themselves to each student individually, through multidisciplinary lessons and rich extracurricular activities. Several members of the teaching faculty have also gained experience implementing eTwinning and Erasmus+ projects.
Savremena puts into practice precisely directed life skills development. Skills vary from tying shoe laces to visiting a greenmarket to peer education, workshops related to mental health, or completely practical tasks at school which serve as a basis for quick thinking when solving every-day life problems. Pupils also visit neighboring classrooms to share various practical tips they have learnt with younger peers, so that younger children can get first-hand advice and knowledge of certain life skills in an accessible and understandable way.
Students are also educated using modern technology, such as edu-robots, computers, learning applications, Lego blocks, all of which are based on the STEM system.
The Math&Move project is co-financed by the ERASMUS+ program of the European Union, and will be implemented from October 2022 to September 2024. This website and the project content reflects the views of the authors, and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
(Project code: 2022-1-FR01-KA220-SCH-000090086)