GeoGebra Institute:2011 Annual Report GI Madrid

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The GeoGebra Institute of Madrid (Instituto Geogebra de Madrid, IGM) is a joint venture between

The Cátedra Miguel de Guzmán was created on September 26th, 2007 by the iniciative of the Faculty of Mathematics of UCM, in the frame of the Fundación General of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. The aim of the "Cátedra Miguel de Guzmán" is to analyse the problems and perspectives involved in the study of Mathematics Education (analysis, research, teaching), in Spain and on an international level.

The Regional Center of Innovation and Training (CRIF) "Las Acacias", created in July, 2008 is a training center whose scope is the Community of Madrid. The objectives of the CRIF are the design, management and delivery of teacher training, which will be directed to teachers. The CRIF also encourages innovation in teaching activities in the pre-college education.

GeoGebra Institute of Madrid (IGM) collaborates in joint activities with other institutions. In this sense, IGM is considered a Patronage formed by:

Training and Support

  • All the information about IG Madrid is available at www.institutogeogebramadrid.es.
  • Local users can obtain information and support in the google group Instituto Geogebra de Madrid.
  • Training courses (presential and online) prepared by the CRIF "Las Acacias". There is also a seminar on GeoGebra.
    • Seminar : Geogebra aplicada a la geometría en la enseñanza de las matemáticas y del dibujo
    • Online course: Matemáticas con Geogebra
    • Online course: Geometría plana con Geogebra
  • Development of teaching materials, by the Cátedra Miguel de Guzmán, inside the project "Share and design resources for teacher training of novel mathematics university professors", Project for Innovation and Improvement of Educational Quality, UCM(PIMCD-239).

Research and Collaboration

Publications

  • Gómez-Chacón, I. Mª; Kuzniak, A. Les espaces de travail geométrique de futures professeurs en contexte de connaissances technologiques et professionnelles, ANNALES de DIDACTIQUE et de SCIENCES COGNITIVES, volume 16, p. 183 - 211. ISSN : 0987-7576 (2011)
  • Gómez-Chacón, I. Mª; Escribano, J. Teaching geometric locus using GeoGebra. An experience with pre-service teachers, GeoGebra The New Language For The Third Millennium (ISSN: 2068-3227) (2011)
  • Gómez-Chacón, I. Mª (Ed.) Modelizaciones dinámicas en Matemáticas. Usos del GeoGebra. 11 proyectos para Secundaria y Bachillerato. Cátedra Miguel de Guzmán, Facultad de Ciencias Matemáticas, Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Cd-Rom(2011)
  • Gómez-Chacón, I.Mª, Mathematics attitudes in computerized environments. A proposal using GeoGebra. In Bu et al. Model-centered Learning with GeoGebra: Theory and Practice in Mathematics Education. Sense Publisher (2011).
  • F. Botana, M. A. Abánades, J. Escribano, "Exact Internet accessible computation of paths of points in planar linkages and diagrams". Computer Applications in Engineering Education. 19 (2011) 835-841.
  • M. A. Abánades, F. Botana, J. Escribano, J. L. Valcarce, "Using Free Open Source Software for Intelligent Geometric Computing". B. Murgante et al. (Eds.): ICCSA 2011, Part IV, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 6785, pp. 353–367, 2011. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011.
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