Luma World featured in an International Thesis Paper On Recreational Mathematics
Klara Keleuva, student of Institute for Statistics and Mathematics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, successfully defended her Bachelor Thesis on How can teachers use recreational mathematics to spark students' interest in mathematics and contribute to the educational process?
It covers extensively the topic of recreational mathematics, its ethos, its applications and benefits. As part of case studies about how recreational mathematics have been used in the classroom, homes and other educational incubators, Klara chose to cover Luma World to highlight the impact of curriculum aligned games on improved engagement and understanding.
Truly an accomplishment for all of us at Luma World to be covered by an international university student. Just shows that learning through play is here to stay!
Click Here to read Klara's thesis paper.
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