Fibonacci resources

Transversal work between partners has been organised through 5 major topics that lead to European guidelines in order to structure a common approach at European level.
They are the following:

  • 1. Deepening specificities of scientific inquiry in mathematics;
  • 2. Deepening specificities of scientific inquiry in natural sciences;
  • 3. Implementing and expanding a Reference centre;
  • 4. Cross disciplinary approaches;
  • 5. Using the external environment of the school for science and maths education.

A scientific committee integrated by acknowledged experts in science and maths education will supervise the work. An external evaluation will also be implemented to check achievement and quality.

FIBONACCI has lead to the blueprint of a transfer methodology, valid for further Reference centre building in Europe. The project has been coordinated for 38 months by the Ecole normale supérieure (France) / La main à la pâte, with a shared scientific coordination with Bayreuth University. The Consortium included 25 members over 21 countries, with endorsement from major scientific institutions, such as Academies of Sciences. The project began on January 1, 2010 and February 28, 2013.

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The Fibonacci Book