Dear GeoGebra friends,
Let us wish You a belated Happy New Year for 2012!
In this newsletter, we would like to provide you a brief summary of GeoGebra activities in 2011.
International GeoGebra Conferences in 2011
Conferences and Workshops in 2012
Past conferences and workshops Jan
- 5 Jan: GeoGebra workshop, Teheran, Iran
- 13 Jan: GeoGebra workshop, Teheran, Iran
- 17-20 Jan: Math Festival (including GeoGebra workshop), Kumoh National Institute of Technology, Korea
- 25 Jan: GeoGebra Workshop, Bad Ischl, Austria
- 28 Jan: Introduction to GeoGebra, Liverpool, UK
- 31 Jan: GeoGebra workshop at Mokwon University, Korea
- 1 Febr: GeoGebra workshop at Mokwon University, Korea
- 3-4 Febr: Annual Meeting, Associació Catalana de GeoGebra, Barcelona, Spain
- 8-9 Febr: Digitale hjelpemidler i matematikkundervisningen, Trondheim, Norway
- 10 Febr: Interactive GeoGebra workshop for those teaching and supporting maths in the tertiary sector, University of Leeds, UK
Planned conferences and workshops Feb
- Febr 23-25: SIGMAA on RUME, Portland, OR, US
- Mar 7, 8, 14: Curso de iniciación a GeoGebra, Granada, Spain
- Apr 2-5: ATM Conference 2012, Wales, UK
- Apr 2-3: GI@nmmu Regional GeoGebra Conference, South Cape
- May 23: GeoGebra Conference and Workshop GI Maine, 2012, Biddeford, Maine, US http://www.mainegeogebra.org/conference2012.php
- May 24-25: Brasileiro de recursos digitais na educaçãcao2012, Sao Paolo, Brazil http://ead.mackenzie.br/eventos/
- Jun 11-12: Midwest Regional Conference of GeoGebra 2012, Oxford OH, US https://sites.google.com/site/ggbmidwest2012/
- Jun 22-24: CADGME, Novi Sad, Serbia http://sites.dmi.rs/events/2012/CADGME2012/index.html
- Jul 2-5: First International Dynamic, Explorative, and Active Learning (IDEAL) Conference, Bayburt, Turkey
- Jul 6-9:International GeoGebra Conference and Workshop, Miskolc, Hungary http://www.uni-miskolc.hu/geogebra/
- Jul 8: Geogebra ICME Pre-Conference, Seoul, Korea http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/GGB_Korea2012
- 27-30 July: 3rd North America Conference at Mexico
- Jul 30-Aug 3: Key Concepts, Fundamental Ideas and Core Awarenesses in Mathematics, UK
- Sept 21-23: GeoGebra Conference 2012, Warsaw, Poland http://www.geogebra.org/en/wiki/index.php/GeoGebra_Conference_2012
- Aug 2-4: Latin-American GeoGebra Conference 2012, Medellín, Columbia http://geogebra.itm.edu.co/index2.html
- Nov 5:GeoGebra-Fortbildung, PH Tirol, Innsbruck, Austria
- Dec 16-20: ATCM 2012 The 17th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics Bangkok, Thailand http://atcm.mathandtech.org
For up to date information about our events please go to our events calendar
Please send us information about your conferences or any other events to email@example.com
Help us keep the community up to date!
News from 2011
GeoGebra 4 has been released
GeoGebra 4 has many new features, among them GeoGebra Prim for young students. 4.2 beta with CAS is in beta phase and you can test version 5.0 beta with real 3D.
Our Community in Numbers in 2011
- At present we have 85 GeoGebra Institutes around the world.
- 36 new Institutes were established in 2011.
- The number of people who joined our GeoGebra Facebook group has grown from 5681 to 8888. Most of them are from the US, Europe and South America.
- There are 2121 people who follow GeoGebra on Twitter!
- We had more than 7 Million visits to www.geogebra.org in 2011 which is a 40% increase compared to 2010.
- Users clicked on our download links (from our website alone) 5,930,008 times.
- Our visitors came from 226 countries and territories. Most visitors are from Europe and North America.
- You can download the GeoGebra Institutes' 2011 annual reports from here
- Suggest a new institute! Please send the contact information of active GeoGebra fans that might be interested in founding a new institute to our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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- GeoGebra Institutes
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