GeoGebra Pre-ATCM Conference 2012
Our Pre-ATCM Conference 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 Thailand and other Asian countries.
Dates & Location
- Dates: Dec 16, 2012, 1 day before ATCM 2012 The 17th Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics
- Location: Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology, Bangkok, Thailand
- Accommodation: If ATCM participant go to ATCM website and reserve accommodation.
Structure and Agenda
- 9:00-9:30 Registration
- 9:30-9:40 Opening
- 9:40-10:10 Keynote 1
- 10:10-10:40 Keynote 2
- 10:40-11:00 Coffee Break
- 11:00-12:30 Presentations I.
- 12:30-13:30 Lunch break
- 13:30-14:00 Keynote 3
- 14:00-16:00 Presentations II.
- 16:00-16:20 Coffee Break
- 16:20-17:20 Discussions
- 17:20-17:30 Closure
There will be 4 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 + 5min due to the shortage of time. Posters can be also presented.
- 35 USD which will cover room rent, coffee and lunch. Registration fee can be paid in THB 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 firstname.lastname@example.org!
- Nov 30, 2012: Submission of presentation or poster abstracts (max 200 words)
- Nov 30, 2012: Registration
- Zsolt Lavicza, University of Cambridge, UK
- Zaleha Ismail, Technology University Malaysia, Chair of GeoGebra Institute of Johor Bahru
- Anthony C.M. Or, Education Bureau , Hong Kong, Chair of GeoGebra Institute of Hong Kong: GeoGebra in Hong Kong: Catering for Learning Needs in Mathematics
This presentation introduces the recent work of GeoGebra Institute of Hong Kong on teacher training, resources development and collaborative studies. I will present how we develop GeoGebra tasks to cater for the learning needs identified in our system assessments and collaborative studies through the fostering of visualization and reasoning in GeoGebra. The presentation will be illustrated by some resources in our depository on the topics quadrilaterals, multiplication and division of fractions, and the concept of slope.