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GeoGebra ICME Pre-conference, Seoul, Korea

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등록방법

  • 학회등록 : 등록페이지
  • 학회비 : 40,000 원(현장에서 납부)

연락처

  • 신인선 학회조직위원장, 한국교원대학교, 한국교원대학교 지오지브라 연구소장
  • 최경식 학회운영총책임, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소장
  • 전수경 학회운영부책임, 경북지역 지오지브라 팀장
  • 김은하 학회운영부책임, 경북지역 지오지브라 팀
  • 이선영 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 조운상 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 이명기 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 노경희 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 김동석 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 김상진 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 강순영 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 박민아 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소
  • 김미령 학회운영스탭, 전국수학교사모임 부설 지오지브라 연구소

Introduction

ICME offers a good opportunity for the GeoGebra Community to meet colleagues from all around the world. Also, we can involve many colleagues and teachers from Korea and other Asian countries.

Dates & Location

Structure and Agenda

Sunday, 8th of July, 2012

9:00-9:30 Registration
9:30-9:40 Opening
9:40-10:10 Keynote: Hee-Chan Lew
10:10-10:40 Keynotes: Zsolt Lavicza and Balazs Koren
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-12:30 Presentations I
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
13:30-14:00 Keynote: Cao Yiming
14:00-14:30 Keynote: Gabriel Stylianides
14:30-16:00 Presentations II
16:00-16:20 Coffee Break
16:20-17:20 Discussions
17:20-17:30 Closure
18:30- Dinner(ICME)

Sessions

There will be four keynote presentations highlighting important issues in both software and community developments (20min+10min questions). We welcome submissions for short presentations about interesting applications of GeoGebra, research and local community activities, these presentations can be 10min + 2min due to the shortage of time. Posters can be also presented. Schedule:

Presentations I 11:00-12:30
Tabach Michal Learning with technology: Prospective Mathematics Teachers and Triangles Attitudes
Kyeong Choi History of GeoGebra in Korea
Gerry Stahl and Arthur Powell Multi-User GeoGebra for Virtual Math Teams, video
Anthony Chi-Ming Or Designing GeoGebra Tasks to Foster Visualization and Reasoning
Hea-Jin Lee and Irina Boyadzhiev Accessing Mathematics Concepts Through GeoGebra
Kaye Stacey Using GeoGebra to bring the real world into the classroom
Presentations II 14:30-16:00
Carlos Fernandez-Gonzalez, Miguel Delgado, Blanca Souto and Antonio Costa GeoGebra Projects at Spanish National Distance University, more
Naotoshi Hirono and Tadashi Takahashi The Dynamic Integration between Cas and DGS
Jorge Cassio Costa Nóbriga, Gilberto Lacerda Santos, Bruno Santos Ferreira and Renan de Lima GGBook: One Interface which Integrates the Text and Graphic Enviroment in the GeoGebra
Mette Andresen The ViT Project: Visualisation of Transformations
María del Carmen Bonilla Explore, visualize and discover functions with dynamic geometry
Mehmet Bulut, Neslihan Bulut and Muharrem Aktümen GeoGebra usage of preservice mathematics teachers during their school practice
Humberto Bortolossi Creating interactive digital educational contents in mathematics and statistics with the integrated use of technologies: GeoGebra, JavaView, HTML, CSS, MathML and JavaScript

Registration

  • 40,000 KRW (approx. 35 USD) which will cover room rent, coffee and lunch. Registration fee can be paid in KRW on the conference day.
  • Registration form Important note: If you are not able to reach the form from your country, please send your registration request via email to events@geogebra.org!

Deadlines

  • 1 July, 2012: Submission of presentation or poster abstracts (max 200 words)
  • 1 July, 2012: Registration

Keynotes

In this presentation I will discuss GeoGebra’s potential role in supporting engagement with reasoning-and-proving, a hyphenated term that describes a family of activities related to investigations of whether and why “things work” in mathematics – notably generalizing (identifying patterns, making conjectures) and justifying (developing arguments and proofs). I will also discuss recent developments in GeoGebra that can further support justification of mathematical generalizations. The findings of prior research on the teaching and learning of reasoning-and-proving will serve as a backdrop for my discussion.

GeoGebra, a free, open-source, dynamic mathematics software, is rapidly gaining popularity in the teaching and learning of mathematics around the world. Currently, GeoGebra is translated to 58 languages, used in 190 countries, and downloaded by approximately 400,000 users in each month, and clearly making an impact on mathematics education in most countries. This increased use compelled the establishment of the International GeoGebra Institute (IGI) that serves as a virtual organization to support local GeoGebra initiatives and institutes. There are already 99 institutes in 75 countries, which pursue training and support of teachers, develop teaching materials, and carry out research projects. In this talk, I will outline the directions of GeoGebra software development, its extension to STEM subjects, activities of its community, and the work of GeoGebra Institutes.

GeoGebra 4.0 was released in September 2011. With this version many new functionalities were introduced. Statistics view, one click upload to GeoGebra, just to mention some of the features. GeoGebra is not even 1 year old, but already contains more than 10 000 materials. 4.2 is the new beta, which is going to be released as stable in autumn 2012. The most awaited new feature in 4.2 is the CAS. The development of 5.0 has already started, in this new version of GeoGebra the real 3D view is introduced. Do you own a tablet or smartphone? Do you want to use GeoGebra on your new gadget? The development for these devices already started.

This report introduces current development in three aspects including network construction, theoretical work and teaching practice. GeoGebra Institute of Beijing Normal University offers software download and curriculum resources through GGB in China Weibo, the similar service as Twitter, and GeoGebra Blog for the convenience of users in China. GeoGebra Institute of Beijing Normal University also translates and edits Users’ Guide of GeoGebra to expand influence in Chinese Middle School teachers. Series of papers introducing GeoGebra were published in The largest circulation magazine of Chinese basic mathematic education. GeoGebra Institute of Beijing Normal University and of Tianjin offers lectures for normal college students and working teachers, covering secondary school teachers in Beijing, rural areas and Xinjiang(Uygur Autonomous Region).

Contacts

Local Organising Committee(GI of KNUE)

Local Organizing Committee(GI of KSTM)

Conference photos

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