GeoGebra Institute:Estonia

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The GeoGebra Institute of Estonia was established in June 2010 and it hosted by the Tiger Leap Foundation . The Tiger Leap programme is a national specific programme launched by the Estonian Government with an aim to increase Estonian school education quality utilizing modern information and communication technology.

Aims

1. Training and Support
2. Development and Sharing
3. Research and Collaboration

People

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Kristi Kreutzberg (chair person)


Mathematics and ICT teacher at Tartu Veeriku School (secondary school). Kristi will coordinate the work at GeoGebra Institute of Estonia and develop materials.
Jane Albre-Andersen
Jane is responsible for the translations of GeoGebra to Estonian. She will give workshops and develop materials.
Tiit Lepmann
Assistant professor and head of the research group of Didactics of Mathematics at the University of Tartu. Tiit will develop materials and do research on GeoGebra.
Sirje Pihlap
Sirje Pihlap is a former mathematics teacher and now a lecturer of didactics of mathematics at the University of Tartu. Sirje will give workshops and do research on GeoGebra.
Sirje Sild
Sirje Sild is an experienced teacher of mathematics at Nõo Real Gymnasium. She will give workshops and develop materials.
Eno Tõnisson
Eno is a lecturer of the Institute of Computer Science of the University of Tartu. He uses GeoGebra in pre-service and in-service teacher training. He is an organiser of Estonian conference "Computers in School mathematics" where GeoGebra is one of the main topics.
Allar Veelmaa
Allar is an experienced teacher of mathematics from Loo upper secondary school. He will give workshops and develop materials.

Location

[Tiigrimatemaatika Selts], Elva, Estonia

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