All the documents a partner seeks on this page can be found. The page will be updated continuously, so please advise it continuously

Management Documents (Work Package 5)

  • The grant agreementplease click here
  • The approved financial budget – has been uploaded to the shared file management tool.
  • The consortium agreement please click here.
  • How to use this grant manual please click here.
  • Financial Management Guidelines (from EACEA presentation) – please click here.
  • Please click here on how to report your expenses – guidelines provided by the coordinator.
  • Dissemination & Exploitation Guidelines (EACEA presentation) – have been uploaded on the shared management tool.
  • Travel Individual Report please click here
  • CBHE Joint Declaration please click here
  • Timesheets Template to be used please click here.
  • Declaration of Honourplease click here.

The iTEM Moodle Platform (Work-Package Two)

The iTEM central Moodle Platform is launched. To reach the platform, please click here. To assess the modules, the coordinator should provide credentials ( All the modules in Linear Algebra I & Calculus I in the test Institutions will be uploaded. All the responsible Academics should update their modules with the teaching materials enriched with the iTEM principles and tools.

The iTEM Educational Outcomes (Work-Package 1 & 2)

The iTEM educational outcomes will be listed below per Work Package. So:

Workpackage One: Preparation

  • Deliverable 1.1: Topics to be integrated into Linear Algebra I and Calculus I; HAC and HIT, along the 1st four months of the project, collected the curricula of Linear Algebra I and Calculus I from all the partner Institutions, combined them, and built two joint curricula. These curricula are the document that describes the outline of the targeted modules, which will dictate the real-life problems to be developed and taught along with these modules – please check the document here (Outcome One / Outcome Two).
    1. iTEM Moodle Platform, check: – Reference Linear Algebra I ((you need username & password to check)
    2. Reference Linear Algebra I Pilot Module Outline – please check here
    3. Real-Life Examples can be taught along with Linear Algebra I
      1. The Hellenic Mediterranean University (Greece)
        • How to use Matrices in Laser Physics – please check
        • How to use Matrices in Optical Communications – please check
        • How to use Matrices in Electrical Circuits Problem – please check here
      2. Aalborg University (Denmark)
        • Linear Algebra & Image Processing – please check
      3. The Holon Institute of Technology (Israel)
        • Linear Algebra and Image Processing – please check
        • The Dot Product and a card game – please check
      4. The University of Mitrovica (Kosovo)
        • How to use determinants to estimate an area – please check
      5. TUIT (Uzbekistan)
        • Determinants and Eigenvalues along with the characterization of mass-spring systems – please check
    4. iTEM Moodle Platform, check: – Reference Calculus I (you need username & password to check)
    5. Reference Calculus I Pilot Module Outline – please check here
    6. Real-Life Examples can be taught along with Calculus I
      1. The Hellenic Mediterranean University (Greece):
        • Derivatives & Business World Examples – please check
        • Integrals and their application in Thermodynamics, Mechanics, and Relativity – please check
        • Integrals and Fourier Transform (Electrical Circuits & Telecommunications) – please check
      2. Aalborg University (Denmark)
        • Applications of Mathematics in Engineering & Science – please check
      3. Czech Technical University in Prague (Czech Republic)
        • How to use Sequences to calculate the multiplication of human cells – please check
        • Transform Z in a Biology Example – please check
      4. The Cyril and Methodius University in North Macedonia:
        • Derivatives & Labor Market Calculations – please check
      5. Karlstad University (Sweden)
        • Applications of Derivatives and Integrals in Electronics (application of KVL in AC) – please check
        • Applications of Derivatives & Integrals to calculate the AC Power in an Electrical Circuit – please check
      6. University La Laguna (Spain)
        • Application of Problem Based Learning along teaching Calculus I (how to solve equations) – please check
      7. Holon Institute of Technology (Israel)
        • Why do calculate Integrals, and what is their meaning – please check
        • Why calculate the limits of a function, and what is their Physical purpose – please check
      8. Hadassah College (Israel)
        • Why to calculate the limits of a function, and what is their Physical meaning – please check
        • How to use polynomials in cryptography – please check
      9. The University of Pristina (Kosovo)
      10. The University of Mitrovica (Kosovo)
        • Functions and Object’s Motion – please check
      11. The Universum College (Kosovo)
        • How do the limits check for the continuation of a function – please check
      12. The National University of Uzbekistan
        • Example from the Daily Life – please check
      13. TUIT (Uzbekistan)
        • Functions: How to interpret their graphs and examples from real-life – please check here.
  • Deliverable 1.2: Document describing the methodology of measuring the baseline
    • Identification of the differences regarding the content of the curricula in Linear Algebra and Calculus I – please check
    • Identification of the various teaching approaches of Math modules within the partner Institutions – please check / please check
    • Most popular ICT tools & software employed within the project for visualizations – please check
    • The Lesson Management Tool will be employed for the needs of the project (see also Deliverable 1.3) – please check
    • Software to identify the Weak Students – please check
    • Support offered to the ‘weak’ learners – please check
  • Deliverable 1.3: Requirements for a tool that early identifies students at risk of falling behind – please check

Work-Package Two: Development

The list of implemented deliverables on the frame of this WP is shown below, with links to be able to download and use them.

  • Deliverable 2.1: How to Teach Mathematics (prepared by HIT & HAC) – please check
  • Deliverable 2.2: Training Seminars in Innovative Teaching Methodologies & Produced Educational Material for Academics / Teachers in Math – please check for AAU School / Please check for the Webinar in Mathematics Education / Please check online training session for students at Karlstad University.
  • Deliverable 2.3: Automating Test & Practice; all the modules tested in HMU, NUUz, HAC, and the University of Pristina (hosted in Moodle) incorporated as the primary per-week assessment tool frequent testing exams (mainly employed multiple-choice questions & integrated into the Moodle) – you need to log in to the central Moodle Platform to review them (please contact with
  • Deliverable 2.4: Building Visualizations and Computer Algebra Systems; the Mathematica & GeoGebra Software are employed for the visualizations along the modules tested during phase alpha. All the visualizations have been uploaded into the shared folder system and can be found in the Moodle Platform for the modules that have been tested during the alpha phase.
  • Deliverable 2.5: Development & Training in the use of software that identifies students to fall back; UMIT has started the process and is in contact with all the Institutions that participated along with testing phase alpha: on how to use the learning analytics to identify and track the weak learners. On top of this, a course on how to use the Moodle Platform is already constructed and is available in the Moodle Platform (by UMIT and FINKI), and a module for teachers On how to use the Learning Analytics is under construction (by HMU)
  • Deliverable 2.6: Roll Out Events to test iTEM techniques & tools; However, the COVID-19 restrictions on the iTEM approaches were tested (from 1st of February 2020 – to May 2020) in HMU, NUUz, HAC, and University of Pristina. More than 400 and 40 students and Academics were trained during this testing phase. The next phase beta will start in October 2020 in all the partner Institutions.
  • Deliverable 2.7: Please check the training events – click here
  • Deliverable 2.8: How to learn Mathematics Guideline; the guide is ready (HIT & CVUT) – please check
  • Deliverable 2.9: The Moodle Asynchronous Educational Platform; the central Moodle platform is operational, and all the tested modules have been mirrored into the platform

Quality Plan (Work-Package 3)

  • Deliverable 3.1: Survey Students’ Satisfaction with Math Teaching Delivery Techniques & Tools / Realization of Math Potential & Motivation – Please check Petridis’ Presentation (see 1st Progress Meeting, CVUT) /Dr. Petridis’ Report/ M. Anastasakis et al. 2020 under publication (in International Journal of Mathematics Education and Science)
  • Deliverable 3.2: Survey Teacher’s Perspective Regarding Teaching Delivery Strategies and ICT tools and their impact on student’s math skills development – Please check the report from R. Natchev et al. 2020
  • Deliverable 3.3: Assess Students’ Math Understanding – under process
  • Deliverable 3.4: Report of 3.1 – 3.3 – under process
  • Deliverable 3.5: Quality of iTEM’s Management & Collaboration – please check the report from EVM
  • Deliverable 3.6: Quality & Completion of the offline and online educational material – the WIS report regarding the course run by HMU / Approach to be followed during the face-to-face Monitoring Visits/ Teacher Reflective Questionnaire Template / Questionnaire to Students
  • Deliverable 3.7: Evaluation of the effectiveness of PBL and POBL – Under process – according to the plan, should be tested during phase beta
  • Deliverable 3.8: Impact of mobile educational devices on students learning path and academic teaching delivery – under process
  • Deliverable 3.9: Effectiveness of the tracking software – under process
  • Deliverable 3.10: Evaluation of the quality of training workshops for students – under process
  • Deliverable 3.11: Evaluation of the quality of training workshops for teachers / Evaluation of the School in AAU (October 2019) by WIS / Evaluation regarding the organization in AAU (October 2019)
  • Deliverable 3.12: Evaluation of the project’s website – under process
  • Deliverable 3.13: Overall Assessment visits at the end of the 1st and the 2nd testing phases – under preparation (between WIS – HMU)/ Read the WIS Report regarding the HMU tested module along with phase alpha, click here

Dissemination Action Documents (Work-Package 4)

  • The Dissemination and Exploitation Plan please click here
  • All the dissemination actions have been taken by October 2020 – please click here
  • Project’s logo – please click here
  • Logos to be used with the project’s logo – please click here
  • Presentation Templates – please click here
  • iTEM Progress Meeting Certificate of Attendance – please click here
  • iTEM Intensive Course Certificate of Attendance – please click here
  • iTEM Project’s Poster
    • Version One (March 2019) – Has been uploaded onto the share files system (in one drive sharing file)
  • iTEM Project’s Banner
    • Version One (May 2019) – Has been uploaded onto the share files system (one drive iTEM sharing file)
  • iTEM NewsLetter
    • NewsLetters One (March 2019) – Click Here (you need to have a Mailchimp Account to view it)
    • NewsLetters Two (September 2020) – click here
  • iTEM Dissemination Video
    • Version One (March 2019) – Click Here
    • Western Balkans Cluster Meeting Video – Click Here
  • iTEM Facebook Page – please click on the top-right side of this website to connect with our Facebook Page (you need to have a Facebook Account to see our news)
  • iTEM Project was presented on the 6th Erasmus Week, took place in HMU (May 2019), and will also be presented along the remote 7th Erasmus Week will take place from the 12th to the 16th of October 2020 (on the 16th of October)
  • iTEM Project in the celebration event (October 2019) took place in Holon Institute of Technology (given by Dr. Nissim Harel) – please check here
  • iTEM dissemination through the Cluster Meeting for the impact of the CBHE in Western Balkans (22 – 23rd of October 2019) – please check here
  • iTEM Project presented at the 12th ICT Innovation Conference took place in the Skopje, North Macedonia, from the 24th to the 26th of September 2020 – please check that / Coordinator’s Presentation has been uploaded into the shared files on the cloud
  • iTEM Project will be presented & participate with three National teams from Israel, Uzbekistan, and Kosovo in the ‘Mathematics Meet the Industry 2020’ event that will be hosted in KSU (Sweden) on the 15th of December 2020 – please check here
  • iTEM Project exposure within the consortium
    • iTEM in ULL (Spain) – please check here
    • iTEM in Universum College (Kosovo) – please check here
    • iTEM in University of Pristina (Kosovo) – please check here
    • iTEM in University of Mitrovica (Kosovo) – please check here
    • iTEM in Karlstad University (Sweden) – please check here
    • iTEM in Aalborg University (Denmark) – please check here
    • iTEM in CVUT (Czech Republic) – please check here
    • iTEM in FINKI (North Macedonia) – please check here
    • iTEM in UMIT (Austria) – please check here
    • iTEM in TUIT (Uzbekistan) – please check here
    • iTEM in KEEI (Uzbekistan) – please check here
    • iTEM in Weizman Institute of Science – please check here
    • iTEM in HIT (Israel) – please check here (in Hebrew) / please check here (in English)
    • iTEM in Haddasah College (Israel), please check here
    • iTEM in the National University of Uzbekistan check here
    • iTEM in the Israeli NA – please check here
  • iTEM project generated Journal publications
    1. Teaching Approaches and Educational Technologies in Teaching Mathematics in Higher Education, Renate Nantschev, et al., Education Sciences (2020) – please check here
    2. An Activity Theory approach in explaining engineering students’ difficulties with university mathematics, M. Anastasakis, et al., International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology (2020) – please check here
    3. Analysis of the Student Dropout Rate at the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the University of Prishtina, Kosovo’; Q. Kabashi et al.; IEEE Access, 2021 – please click here.
  • Spin-Off iTEM Results
    • The Cooperation Partnership Project MATH-DiGGER (2021-2024) – please click here.
    • The Cooperation Partnership Project PYTHAGORAS (2021-2024) – please click here.
    • The Colloquial Talks in Mathematics in collaboration with the ATHENA European University – please click here.

iTEM Surveys – Reports

  • After the progress meeting hosted in Prague by CVUT, the test Institutions HMU, HAC, TUIT, and FINKI provided to Weissman results from surveys run within their academic & student population to highlight the importance of iTEM for them. Prof. Ronnie Karsenty from WIS is the responsible academic for this task. The results are expected soon.
  • A survey within the iTEM consortium to identify the strategies and technologies used along with Math teaching. The survey will help shape a more efficient process and incorporate other ICT tools than the current one. Responsible partner for this task is UMIT from Austria and Dr. Elske Ammenwerh & Dr. Werner Hackl. The survey will be completed after the 1st Intensive Course in Aalborg (October 2019). The report with the final results will be released by December 2019

Progress Meetings

Kick-Off Meeting, HMU, Chania, Crete 14 & 15 February 2019

iTEM Squad, HMU Kick-off Meeting, Chania, January 2019

1st Progress Meeting, CVUT, Prague, 18 & 19 June 2019

iTEM Squad, 1st Progress Meeting, CVUT, Prague, June 2019
2nd Progress Meeting, 31st of October 2019, Aalborg University, Copenhagen, Denmark

2nd Progress Meeting, AAU, 30th of October 2019

Zoom Meeting on the 26th of March 2020

The following decisions were taken:

The recording can be accessed here:

  • We postponed the event in KSU for the forthcoming June; new dates for the face-to-face format of this event will be announced. Next week I will have a Zoom meeting with Adrian and Mirela about our options during the autumn.
  • We will discuss with WIS, KSU, and ULL the possibility of running a case study and attempting the run of Adrian’s event as an online version (without canceling the face-to-face event)
  • Regarding the event in Tirol and North Macedonia, the situation will be re-evaluated by the end of July. 
  • FINKI will make a copy of the courses run in NUUz, UoP, and HAC into the central Moodle Platform so everyone be able to check the progress of the project 
  • All the test Institutions in Phase A should start to prepare the multiple-choice questions they will use for the frequent testing and send them to me. Then we will have a Zoom meeting on how to use them to generate a pool of questions that anyone can exploit. Please do t by the end of April. 
  • A Zoom meeting with AAU, CVUT, KSU, and UMIT regarding the last action for the support policies the iTEM suggests for weak learners.
  • HIT should deliver the teaching guide by April
  • I will have a Zoom meeting with Ronnie and her team on how to exploit their expertise using online tools in the frame of the course we run here in Crete
  • HIT will contact Mathematica regarding the licenses of HAC, and the webinars should run across the Israeli partners on the frame of Mathematica. I will do the same for the case of Uzbekistan (e.g., NUUz and KEEI)

Zoom Meeting on the 12th of December 2021

3rd Progress Meeting, Hadassah College, Jerusalem, Israel, 29th – 30th of June 2022

  • Link to the website of the event: iTEM Progress Meeting 2022 | Hadassah Academic College
  • Topics to be discussed:
    • Modern teaching techniques for Mathematics.
    • Presentation of Real-Life Examples in Mathematics.
    • The next training event is in Tirol, Austria (15th – 16th of September 2022)
    • Workshop regarding the final report.
iTEM Partners in HAC, Jerusalem
iTEM Partners in HAC, Jerusalem

Decisions Received:

  • All the partners who wish to transfer funds from one category to another, please do it in this way: (a) justification: how the new idea is linked with the priorities of the project; (b) the number of funds to transfer; (c) the deadline to deliver the new deliverable.
  • All the partners will contribute to the new ‘Colloquial Talks in Teaching Mathematics’ initiative, which will start in October 2022.
  • The partners have decided to issue a book on the topic ‘Real Life Problems in Mathematics’ Responsible partner for this task will be HIT.
  • All the partners will contact Ms. Anna Orfanoudaki (HMU) with your financial offices to start the collection of financial documents regarding the final report.
  • The next training event for students and teachers will take place. in Tirol and will be hosted by UMIT 15th & 16th of September, 2022.

Final Meeting, Prague CVUT, 26th & 27th of October 2022

All the information can be found here: