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Helping questions, multimedia explanations, digital learning materials - individual, enjoyable preparation for math exams


The Hungarian and Polish digital content has been completed within the framework of the EduBot project, while the development of Slovak and Romanian language content is ongoing. The requirements were determined by the project partners in their respective countries.Matek - RO

The content pools will serve as very important tools in the sustainability and adaptability of project results. Firstly, stakeholders can use, replicate, and modify them to adapt the EduBot methodology. Secondly, they serve as examples for further content development. Thirdly, the lessons learned from content development are incorporated into the methodology, which will help stakeholders create their own content. As a result of content development, content is produced in four languages, each containing a 10-hour adaptive e-learning course. The curriculum primarily assists in preparing for eighth-grade math exams, with the Hungarian-developed content including 12 linear and 12 adaptive pathways, totaling 500 and 600 learning elements, respectively, which is more extensive than originally planned. Approximately 120 separate learning tasks are accompanied by helper tasks, multimedia explanations, interactive questions, etc.

Info - SKIn Romania, the e-learning system assists in preparing for eighth-grade competency exams, with six topics currently being developed, expected to encompass over five hundred elements by the end of content development.

In Slovakia, content development differs from that of other partners in that the material focuses on computer science rather than specifically exam preparation. It includes practical tasks that can be practiced not only during lessons but also applied to other subjects.

They are developing a total of nine computer science topics, with over five hundred elements being created.

In Poland, the curriculum covers ten math topics, with a total of 585 learning elements.

In Hungary, testing has already been conducted, during which all errors were corrected, the methodology was refined, and individual modules were tested multiple times.Matek - PL

Within the framework of the EduBot strategic partnership Erasmus+ project, we are working to provide teachers with an AI assistant that offers personalized learning experiences, guiding each student through a digital curriculum, adapting flexibly to the student's level of knowledge and learning habits, and using data from the learning process to support teachers in organizing differentiated instruction.

In addition to developing the curriculum in the project, we are also developing the methodology, which, once known, can be used to process any other subject/curriculum.

The partners of the EduBot project are the Interreggio Forum Association from Hungary, Instytut ADN from Poland, the Harghita County Council and RegioNet from Romania, and Tandem n.o. from Slovakia. The project started in 2022 and will conclude in 2024.