Events 2020

Discover the program of Maker Faire Rome 2020. Join the event for free

SuperflatMath: a videogame at school!

A videogame at school? Is that a joke? It is Absolutely not a joke! SuperflatMath is a videogame made to guide children, boys and girls into the amazing world of Mathematics. In a sandbox environment you will gather, create and destroy blocks of numbers to solve puzzles of any kind. Tutors will guide you through the installation of the videogame on your PC and in the different game activities, and in the fun world of SuperflatMath. The software is available on Personal Computers with Windows (7 or 10), Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems. The activities are dedicated only to age 7-13. Teachers are also welcome to attend the workshop.
You may find more information on the project here:

You may find more information on the project here:

Web Page


If you wish to remain in contact with us, please subscribe to this mailing list

If you want to participate at the workshop on Sunday at 10:00, please fill the following form, we will send you the credentials for the game.


Sunday 13 December

From 10.00 am to 12.30 pm CET

Event on
SuperflatMath: a videogame at school!

Leonardo Guidoni, Alice Lemmo, Cintia Scafa, Silvia Baccaro, Antonella Malatesta

Leonardo Guidoni is Associate Professor at the Department of Physical and Chemical Sciences at the University of L’Aquila. His research interests are in the fields of molecular modelling and quantum computing. He is the author of the videogame SuperflatMath and participated to a research field trial on the usage of the videogame in few schools in L’Aquila and Rome.

Alice Lemmo is Researcher in Mathematics at the Department of Humanities at the University of L’Aquila. Her research is devoted to the field of Mathematics Education and in particular she is involved in a project on computer-aided assessment. She is also a collaborator of the INVALSI program. She participated to the field trial of the videogame and she is currently analysing the results obtained.

Cintia Scafa Urbaez Vilchez is PhD student in “Mathematics and Models” at the Departiemt of Department of Information Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics of the University of L’Aquila. She is carrying out the PhD in the field of Mathematics Education on the field trials of educational videogames.

Silvia Baccaro is Middle School Teacher in Mathematics and Science and PhD student in Mathematics at the Department of Mathematics of the Sapienza - University of Rome. She proposed the videogame to several classes, and she is carrying out his PhD work on the teaching of early-algebra using laboratorial methodologies.

Antonella Malatesta is Middle School Teacher in Math and Science. As ICT coordinator, she is the G Suite for Education platform administrator and she is responsible, as a Google Certified Educator, of teachers’ internal training. She actively works in educational coding and robotics laboratories and during this year she is experimenting the video game in one of her classes.

Category Workshop · Type Workshop