The Basic Patterns of Fibonacci
The main purposes of the Basic Patterns are:
- They are common structuring elements for teacher education and classroom teaching.
- They define precisely the inquiry-based approach.
- They help RC and TC1 coordinators and trainers to focus on specific topics, depending on their regional context.
- They should be adapted and developed in different ways, depending on regional needs, national curricula and so on.
The 11 Basic Patterns of the Fibonacci project are the following:
- Developing a problem-based culture
- Working in a scientific manner
- Learning from mistakes
- Securing basic knowledge
- Cumulative learning
- Experiencing subject boundaries and interdisciplinary approaches
- Promoting girls and boys
- Promoting student cooperation
- Autonomous learning
- Experimental approach to mathematics and science
- Local community approach for sustainable science and mathematics education