Triples of Disjoint Paths вetween Points on a Circle
Dr. Ivaylo Kortezov, Assoc. Prof.
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Abstract. The paper deals with counting the triples of disjoint non-self-intersecting paths with nodes from a fixed set of labelled points on a circle…
Enriching Large Document Stores with Intelligent Metadata: a Framework for Effective Knowledge Management and Applied Analytics
Penko Ivanov, Elitsa Pavlova
The Financial Times (Bulgaria)
Abstract. The current paper focuses on a framework for structuring large document stores with the help of intelligent metadata…
Multiple Representations of Functions in the Frame of Distance Learning
Radoslav Božić1), Hajnalka Peics2), Aleksandar Milenković3)
1)Educons University (Serbia)
2)University of Novi Sad (Serbia)
3)University of Kragujevac (Serbia)
Abstract. In this paper, the effectiveness of the use of multiple representations in teaching and learning functions is analyzed…
Integrated Lessons in Calculus Using Software
Dr. Pohoriliak Oleksandr, Assoc. Prof.1) Dr. Olga Syniavska, Assoc. Prof.1)
Dr. Anna Slyvka-Tylyshchak, Assoc. Prof.1) Dr. Antonina Tegza, Assoc. Prof.1)
Prof. Dr. Alexander Tylyshchak2)
1)Uzhhorod National University – Uzhhorod (Ukraine)
2)Ferenc Rákóczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute – Berehove (Ukraine)
Abstract. Today, both secondary and higher education cannot be effective without the use of innovative technologies.
RECURRENT SEQUENCES IN THE SCHOOL COURSE OF MATHEMATICS AND THEIR INTERDISCIPLINARY LINKS WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Dr. Borislava Kirilova, Assist. Prof., Dr. Philip Petrov, Assoc. Prof.
Absract. The article discusses the standard course for learning recurrent sequences in the primary, secondary and high-school mathematics. We propose an extension of the curricula with adding recurrent linear homogeneous sequences in the upper high school course.....
OUTCOMES OF THE USE OF VIDEO GAMES IN EDUCATION: A REVIEW OF SOME KEY RESEARCH FROM THE PAST TEN YEARS
Kalin Dimitrov1), Prof. Dr. Eugenia Kovatcheva 2)
1) American University in Bulgaria
2)University of Library Science and Information Technology (Bulgaria)
"A smart pedagogical approach fosters the energy between technology and pedagogy and uses digital games in the learning process."
L. Daniela (Daniela 2020)
Absract. It has been proven that digital games, in addition to some negative sides that are often discussed in various media and on the Internet, do also have quite a few positive ones...