DIDUNAS is an Erasmus+ project involving three European universities:
University of Cologne, University of Cyprus, and Örebro University.
COORDINATORS AND PARTNERS
University of Cologne
The University of Cologne (UoC), founded in 1388, is one of the oldest and largest universities in Europe. It ranks among the top 150 universities worldwide and is among the top ten percent in terms of research according to Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking. Prof. Dr. Maike Schindler is coordinating the project. She is professor for Special Education in Mathematics. She contributes to DIDUNAS with her expertise in the field of mathematics learning, mathematical learning difficulties, special education in mathematics, and in eye-tracking as a research method in mathematics education.
University of Cyprus
The University of Cyprus (UCY) is based in the capital of Cyprus, Nicosia. Since its foundation in 1989, the UCY has been growing steadily and is one of Europe’s leading institutions in terms of research and innovation, especially with regard to education as the QS World University Ranking highlights. Prof. Dr. Demetra Pitta-Pantazi and Prof. Dr. Constantinos Christou contribute to DIDUNAS their longtime expertise in research on understanding the structure of mathematical thinking, on students’ cognitive development in mathematics, early algebraic thinking, mathematics curriculum, mathematics teacher education as well as the use of new technologies in teaching and learning mathematics.
Örebro University, which was founded in 1999, is one of Sweden’s most expansive universities and is home to the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS), which organizes research and graduate studies in robotics and artificial intelligence. As a professor for Computer Science, Prof. Dr. Achim Lilienthal has essential expertise on analyzing eye-tracking data and using Artificial Intelligence to identify individual needs of students and support teachers in teaching students according to their individual needs.
The success of the DIDUNAS project is also credited to the numerous cooperation partners we have been able to acquire. The following schools are collaborating in DIDUNAS:
- Gemeinschaftsgrundschule Weimarer Straße, Cologne, Germany
- KGS Zugweg, Colone, Germany
- Heliosschule, Cologne, Germany
- Bodelschwinghschule, Essen, Germany
- 3rd Kaimakli Primary School, Nicosia, Cyprus
- Deftera Primary School, Nicosia, Cyprus
- Primary School Agiou Ioanni Chrysostomou, E’ Lakatamia, Cyprus
- D’ Primary School Aradippou, Agiou Fanouriou, Cyprus
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