Monday, 29 November 2010

Our last video

Our last collaborative video is ready. It concerns the numbers properties discovered by Pythagoreans. Just like last time, the script is based on the text that our Italian partners created. We would like to help them very much.
The video can be seen here.

Friday, 26 November 2010

New videos on the Pythagorean school

Liceo Duni’s students from Matera have published two videos on Pythagora and his school. Filming the videos was a wonderful experience. The students worked hard in all the phases. You could take a look to the slideshow of the backstage and to the story of the shooting on our magazine!

Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Final Flashmeeting

Our final flashmeeting was a moment to remember. The students  and teachers from Liceo Classico Duni, Matera, and School no. 195, Bucharest, presented themselves and their town, shared their thoughts and feelings about the project, exchanged souvenirs, played a "fraction hunt" game and sang together. Laughter, images, friendship and songs over half a continent. Then, it was time to say good-bye to our project, but not to our partners.

Thank you and keep in touch!


Saturday, 20 November 2010

Our project's badge

We wanted to have the badges made and sent to you for the final videochat, but unfortunately it was not possible on such short notice, so we are only offering them as an online souvenir from our team. Hopefully, we will get to meet sometime in the future wearing them!

Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Finalists again! - Custom comment codes for MySpace, Hi5, Friendster and more
Our project is a finalist for the Stockholm Challenge! Congratulations!

Thursday, 4 November 2010

New audiofiles!

After solving the audiogames, the Italian students have recorded some riddles for their friends in Bucharest.
Here are some photos taken during the audiofiles recording. Matera students wish you a great time listening to them!

Jog the Web

"JOG THE WEB is a web-based tool that allows anyone to create a synchronous guide to a series of web sites.
Its step by step approach of taking viewers through web sites allowing the author to annotate and ask guiding questions for each page is unique."
Here is a path about Pythagoras:

Pythagoras and Rene Descartes

Monday, 1 November 2010