Teaching modules are materials in form of showcases of lectures with classroom activities that cover a mathematical topic and that are used as illustrative for supporting, developing and evaluating complex competences in mathematics (problem-based learning based on TDS and RME).
Modules will cover both topics from the current curricula and appropriate topics outside of current curricula suitable for development of mathematical modelling, progressive formalization, conjecturing and proving, scientific approach, understanding instead of memorizing, critical thinking, model-eliciting activities, inquiry-based learning, student-centered approach and applications to real world (digital world, architecture, biology, social networks, navigational systems, economy etc.).
Modules will be innovative also in the evaluation component which will provide instructions on assessment of higher thinking skills (problem solving, mathematical modelling and abstract reasoning) and published under Creative Commons License and in the National Digital Repository (in Croatia in E-school digital repository) which enables all stakeholders to add, edit and comment materials.
Teaching and learning modules will be developed by University of Ljubljana in cooperation with experts from Utrecht University, University of Zagreb, University of Copenhagen, National Education Institute of Slovenia, Vordingborg Gymnasium and XV. Gymnasium.