"Science education with computational perspective" is a project funded by grant from: Erasmus+ Programme, Action 2: Strategic partnerships. The project is realized in international cooperation of both high-schools in Poland as well as european Universities. The goal of this project is to create lessons of mathematics and physics the integrated with computer science. The result of this project will be a methodology of teaching mathematics and physics with computational perspective, based on experience in partner schools.
iCSE4school involves both - high schools and academic partners.
University of Silesia - project leader
University of Silesia in Katowice is one of the largest universities in Poland. It is made up of 12 Faculties and interunits and university-wide units. University of Silesia offers nearly 70 majors and more than 200 specializations. The school currently educates almost 35 000 students, post-graduate and doctoral students within stationary and non-stationary. Research conducted at the University of Silesia are extremely versatile and are seeking solutions to problems recognized in Poland, Europe and the world as a priority for the development of civilization. They focus on topics concerning among others: health and medicine, the environment and climate change, biotechnology, environmental protection and water management, information technology, nanotechnologies, materials and new technology, energy, include legal issues, social, related to education, transition cultural and national heritage and the arts.
Simula School of Research and Innovation
Simula Research Laboratory is an independent research institute located in Oslo, Norway. It is the study of communication systems, software engineering and scientific calculations. Simula was founded in 2001 and has since become a recognized research center of national and international importance. The main goal of Simula is to increase knowledge on basic scientific problems that are real value for society. The strong emphasis on basic research combined with the development of commercial applications. Simula School of Research and Innovation (SSRIs), also known as Simula School, was founded in 2007 in order to develop education research at Simula Research Laboratory. All educational activities conducted at Simula, from master's to postdoctoral level are organized under SSRIs. Curricula include a number of additional programs to ensure the development of basic skills used in scientific work, the highest levels of international cooperation and commitment to the local community.
University of Augsburg
University of Augsburg was founded in 1970 as one of the young Bavarian universities and today has about 20 000 students. Within it there are seven faculties, including the Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Materials of Construction, which includes three institutes - among others Institute of Physics. Founded in 1989, now there are 29 professors and 200 scientists. The Institute offers bachelor's and master (in the fields of physics and materials science) and physics curricula for primary and secondary schools. The main area of research focuses on condensed matter physics, statistical physics, plasma physics, solid state chemistry. Every year, a PhD receives about 20 people. The Institute Transfer Center for Materials and Environmental Research, which is of crucial importance to cooperation with industrial partners.
AZSO nr 2 w Chorzowie
XXXIII Liceum Ogólnokształcące Dwujęzyczne im. M. Kopernika w Warszawie
Non-profit foundation EDU-RES
Non-profit foundation EDU-RES. The aim of the Foundation is to use and strengthen the capacity of teaching and research of Silesian Centre for Education and Interdisciplinary Research. EDU-RES aims not only organizational, financial and material support for the development of the Centre, but also to promote and develop educational activities, scientific and social, academic rapprochement with the socio-economic development and improving the quality and effectiveness of the education and science. The Foundation was established, inter alia, to support through its activities the Centre's staff, to implement initiatives by educational and research to promote the development of innovation, but in particular to enable young, extremely talented people to develop thanks to the support through scholarships. Hence the acronym Foundation - because it supports education (EDUcation) and research (RESearch).
iCSE4school kick-off meeting
Video recording available:
29th January 2015 at
SILESIAN CENTER FOR EDUCATION AND INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH
in Chorzów, the conferece
Computer in Science Education
for teachers took place.
The lectures were opened by the Dean of Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry prof. Alicja Ratuszna, vice-rektor UŚ prof. Ryszard Koziołek , the head of the Institute of Physics prof. Andrzej Ślebarski and the head of the SMCEBI prof. Andrzej Burian.
Lectures where given by dr Jonas van den Brink and dr Molly Maleckar from Simula School of Research and Innovation in Oslo, prof. Gert Ludwig Ingold from Uniwersity of Augsburg, and prof. Jerzy Łuczka i dr Marcin Kostur representing the host institution.
Śląskie Międzyuczelniane Centrum Edukacji i Badań Interdyscyplinarnych
P/0/19, ul. 75 Pułku Piechoty 1
dr hab. Marcin Kostur – Leader
tel.: +48 32 349 76 12
dr Marta Margiel – Project Manager
tel.: +48 32 349 76 59
We invite to read, listen to and experiment with materials produced during the iCSE and iCSE4school projects.
Recorded lectures and workshops from iCSE4school conference in 2015 (youtube)
The index of all materials in english can be found (here).
- Problems in Mathematics solved with SageMath (Bavarian Abitur)
- Conference 2015, Workshop on Parrondo’s paradox
- Set of materials in physics from Oslo