Previous abstract Back to issue content Next abstract
Symmetry: Culture and Science
Volume 32, Number 1, pages 103-111 (2021)


Neda Chehlarova*

* Department of Computer Systems and Informatics, University of Forestry, 10 Boulevard Kliment Ohridski, 1756, Sofia, Bulgaria.
E-mail: nedachehlarova@gmail.com

Abstract: Axes of Symmetry mathematical dominoes are a resource capable of assisting in the teaching of math, information technology and fine arts. The article describes ideas for using it as a game, tournament, or workshop and for independent study. The benefits of working with this resource for enhancing certain competencies, both digital (for students and teachers) and professional (for trainers and teachers), are outlined. Freely accessible electronic resources are presented with Axes of Symmetry dominoes developed with dynamic software that allow both online and offline work.

Keywords: dominoes, symmetry, axes of symmetry, digital competences, STEAM.
PACS 2010: 01.40.-d
MSC 2010:

Akkaya, A., Tatar, E., Kağızmanlı, T.B. (2011) Using dynamic software in teaching of the symmetry in analytic geometry: The case of GeoGebra, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences, 15, 2540–2544. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sbspro.2011.04.141

Bulková, K.O., Ceretkova, S., (2019) Zig-zag functions in mathematical open ended problems for functional thinking development, In: Proceedings of 18th Conference on applied mathematics APLIMAT 2019, [5–7 February 2019, Bratislava, Czech Republic], Bratislava, Slovakia: Slovak University of Technology 134–143.

Chehlarova, N.V. (2016) Online competition, “Rosette” for the development of digital competence, Pedagogical forum, 4, 3, 65–70. https://doi.org/10.15547/PF.2015.058

Cheharova, N.V., Chehlarova, K.V. (2015) Verification and improvement of digital competence and common culture through symmetries, In: Electronic Collection of “Instruments for Attractive Education”, ISBN 978-619-90168-4-8.

Chehlarova, T.K. (2019) Domino Ordinary Fractions Mathematical Tournament as an event at STEM Discovery Week, Pedagogy, No. 3, Sofia, Bulgaria: Az-buki.

Chehlarova, T.K. (2020) Resources for self-assessment in the virtual mathematics laboratory, Pedagogika-Pedagogy, 92, 2, 168–179.

Chehlarova, T.K., Chehlarova, K.V. (2014) Photo-pictures and dynamic software or about the motivation of the art-oriented students, International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 21, 1, 27–31.

Chehlarova, T.K., Chehlarova, N.V. (2013) Dynamic compositions in the style of Andy Warhol, Pedagogical forum, 1, 2, 56–62.

Chehlarova, T.K., Gachev, G.S., Kenderov, P.S., Sendova, E.I. (2014) A virtual school mathematics laboratory, In: Vth National Conference on E-Learning, [16–17 June 2014], Ruse, Bulgaria: University of Ruse.

Chehlarova, T.K., Sendova, E.Y. (2010) Stimulating different intelligences in a congruence context, In: Clayson, J. ed. Constructionist approaches to creative learning, thinking and education: Lessons for the 21st century. Proceedings for Constructionism 2010 and the 12th EuroLogo conference, [16–20 August, Paris, France], ISBN 978-80-89186-65-5.

Chehlarova T.K., Sendova E.I. (2011) Unity and variety in the context of symmetry: A dynamic approach, In: Bianco, T., Ulm, V., eds. Mathematics Education with Technology: Experiences in Europe, Augsburg, Germany: University of Augsburg.

Hohenwarter, J., Hohenwarter, M., Lavicza, Z. (2009) Introducing dynamic mathematics software to secondary school teachers: The case of GeoGebra, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 28, 2, 135–146.

Jablan, S.V., Radovic, L.M. (2014) Patterns, symmetry, modularity and tile games. In: Fenyvesi, K., Oláhné Téglási, I., Prokajné Szilágyi, I. Adventures on Paper, Math-Art Activities for Experience-Centered Education of Mathematics, Eger Hungary: Eszterházy Károly College, ISBN: 978-615-5297-25-0, 11–26.

Miltchev, R.I. (2010) Problems and prospects for the creation of systems for specialized knowledge management, Governance and Sustainable Development, 1, 155-162.

Miltchev, R.I., Zhelyazova B.D. (2011) Experience and best practices in using e-learning systems in the university of forestry, In: Romansky, R., ed. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technologies (InfoTech-2011), [Varna, Bulgaria, 15–16 September 2014], Sofia, Bulgaria: Publishing House of Technical University, ISSN: 1314-1023, 373–382.

Kenderov, P.S., Chehlarova, T.K. (2016) Competition Mathematics with Computer and Research Approach in Mathematics Education, Plovdiv, Bulgaria: Macros.

National Strategy for Lifelong Learning for the Period 2014–2020., [Governmental document], Retrieved from https://www.navet.government.bg/bg/media/strategy_LLL_2014-2020.pdf, Accessed 10 March 2021.

Petrova, T., Naydenova, I., Pironkov, L., Filipov, A., Tsochev, G. and Ganev, I. (2016) Implementation of CLP4NET in Bulgaria, Proceedings of the Technical University of Sofia, 66, 3, 241–248. http://proceedings.tu-sofia.bg/volumes/Proceedings_volume_66_book_3_2016..pdf, Accessed 10 March 2021.

Tsochev, G.R., Yoshinov, R.D. (2020) Research on Cyber-Physical Systems Security, 1st ed., Sofia, Bulgaria: “Education and Knowledge”.

Yoshinov, R.D., Arapi, P., Kotseva, M.D., Christodoulakis, S. (2016) Supporting personalized learning experiences on top of multimedia digital libraries, International Journal of Education and Information Technologies, 10, 152–158. https://www.naun.org/main/NAUN/educationinformation/2016/a422008-064.pdf, Accessed 10 March 2021.

Previous abstract Back to issue content Next abstract