Materials Come together Session 21

Come on, Santa Claus!” – a Bulgarian Christmas song performed by children of the “Spring” kindergarten (Borisovo, Slivo Pole Municipality, Bulgaria)

Christmas Traditions in Slovakia” –presentation of Prof. Nadezda Hrapkova, University of Third Age (Bratislava, Slovakia)

“Advent calendar Survaknitsa of Slivo Pole Municipality” and “Advent calendar of the University of Ruse students” presented by Emiliya Velikova (Ruse, Bulgaria)

“Impressions from the competition for self-made advent calendars and honouring of winners” Carmen Stadelhofer andViktoria Kurnosenko (Ulm, Germany)

Singing of the German Christmas song “Stille Nacht” in different languages – all together

Materials Come together Session 20

Traditional sports game „Shore“ from Tomaševac (Vojvodina, Serbia)“, presented by a sports teacher, Dragana Bogojević  (Perlez, Serbia)

O mio Signore”, Italian song of Eduardo Vianello, performed by Rosalia Portera and Geatano Dalessio, lecturers at the University for the Third Age, Mola di Bari (Italy); a piano and a voice

Visiting the Marquenterre bird reserve, Baie de Somme, France“, a presentation by Hugh Busher (Nottingham, England), a passionate traveler and associate professor at University of Leicester (UK)

Materials Come together Session 19

National Day of the Enlighteners” dedicated to Bulgarian educators, prepared by Emiliya Velikova
Here ist the link to the song of Bulgaria

Unde esti copilărie?“, a Romanian folk song performed by Elena Stefănuţ

Advent/Christmas Calendar Competition” – new program action in the frame of CODANEC project

The Merry Cemetery of Sapânţa” – presented by Alexandru Perian -> here you can find the contribution

Tabula Traiana”, a poem by Lazăr Dimitrie, recited by Christina Erdei

Makedonsko devojče”, a Macedonian traditional song performed by Tatjana Petrica

Materials Come together Session 18

“A song about the town of Ruse” (Песен за Русе) – a performance by Tsvetan Banev

Aria of Juliet, opera „The Capulets and the Montagues“ of Vincenzo Bellini performance by Maria Pencheva

“Christmas Calendar (Adventskalender) tradition” a presentation by Carmen Stadelhofer

“Around the River” (Край реката) – a city hit, performance by three members of the singing group “Harmony”

“Bunt sind schon die Wälder” – German poem performed by Beatrix Schnitzius

Majo Danilović, Serbia

The Outside is – In

I will keep the windows closed
So that the police hour won’t sneak inside,
But especially because I don’t want the dread to set in.
I’m Emergent!
I cannot go out,
I’d infect the virus with humans.
Why should I venture out
When I have a phobia of outdoors, 
Of wide and endless,
When I have a fear of Nature – 
There’s grass, and dandeLions, sparrows and rooks.
If I am wrong and I venture out,
I’d be run over by polluted air. 
I will upholster the window with mosaics
So that my sense of guilt doesn’t creep out.
What am I to do outside, 
Where the silence of million rejected 
sleeves of dignity latches on. 
The hell am I to do outside, 
When I’m told I’m not for the inside as well, 
But, there, for a breath, for just a few more days!
Because the inside is – out,
And the outside is – in. 

Translation: Tihana Lalić Murić

Martin Hristov, Gabrovo


I am a lecturer at Raicho Karolev High School of Gabrovo, and a student at the University of Ruse, majoring in Methodology of Teaching Mathematics, and doing the part-time form of education.

Covid-19 led to synchronous and asynchronous learning in a digital environment at the University through the BigBlueButton (BBB) platform, and in our school through “Teams” of Microsoft, provided by the Ministry of Education and Science.

The University introduced distance learning very quickly, because the lecturers had already developed systems of files with teaching materials. In school, this process was slower because teachers had to prepare new presentation materials and students had to get hold of good computer equipment and quality Internet connection.

Very often in the classes, the discussions on the topics were transferred to the epidemic situation, because we were all worried about our health and that of our relatives.

After the pandemic, as a future math teacher, I rethought the teaching and learning of math and formulated some conclusions about teaching math in my future workplace.

1) Any environment like Covid-19 is detrimental to the learning process.

2) Teaching mathematics in a digital environment should be attractive so as not to focus the discussion on current problems, but on solving mathematical problems.

3) Since mathematics is learned not only by watching, but also by writing, the virtual whiteboard is an opportunity to increase the activity of the students and the attractiveness of learning.

4) The use of multimedia presentations to illustrate the learning material by sharing the screen proved to be a winning strategy during the teaching of mathematics under the conditions of Covid-19.

5) The possibilities for creating dynamic drawings and for easy drawing using specialized software can be provided with GeoGebra.

I think these months have shown me that we can work in a digital environment, even in the times of a pandemic. Now is the time to look for and create new teaching aids, methods and forms of teaching and learning mathematics. I hope to be able to put these views into practice and be a successful math teacher.


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