The project SMART-MT contributes to the achieving of Europe 2020 benchmarks: to decrease the number of the low achievers in reading, science and math up to 15% and implement the priority “Smart growth: developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation”.
Competences in math, science and technology with their emphasis on critical questioning, problem solving are prerequisite for the functioning technologically advanced economy and society.
The aim of this project is to develop mathematics teachers’ digital educational culture to enhance pupils’ engagement and achievement.
Project website: smart.erasmus.site
Kauno rajono svietimo centras – Kaunas, Lithuania (coordinator)
Kauno r. Akademijos Ugnes Karvelis gimnazja – Akademijos mstl., Lithuania
Europiniu inovaciju centras – Kaunas, Lithuania
Danmar Computers sp z o.o. – Rzeszow, Poland
Tukuma 2.pamatskola – Tukums, Latvia
Scoala Gimnaziala “George Emil Palade” – Ploiesti – Romania
EUROTRAINING EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATION – Athina, Greece