European Project on Teaching Mathematics in Higher Education

The Third Transnational Meeting

Pixel organized and coordinated the third meeting of the European project entitled MathE - Improve Math Skills in Higher Education, which was held on 2 – 3 December 2019 at the Limerick Institute of Technology in Limerick (Ireland). The European project entitled MathE was funded by the European Commission in the framework of the Erasmus+ Programme, KA2 - Strategic Partnerships for Higher Education. The MathE European project has been written and coordinated by Pixel in cooperation with the project applicant and scientific coordinator Instituto Politécnico de Bragança based in Bragança (Portugal). The aim of the MathE project is to enhance, through digital technologies, the quality and relevance of teachers pedagogies to reinforce students’ knowledge and skills by providing innovative pathways for the teaching and learning of mathematics. The project also aims at implementing innovative assessment methods to help higher education Maths’ lecturers to identify knowledge gaps of their students so as to identify, on the basis of the assessment made, the best possible flexible alternative learning pathways aligned with the learners' needs. During the third meeting, the European project partners presented the current situation related to the Self-Need Assessment and the Final Assessment Tools. The meeting was also the opportunity for the partners to discuss the review of the video lesson and to plan the creation of new video lessons. More information about the MathE European project is available at: