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Supporting technology enhanced mathematics teaching with development and research

Aplimat, Bratislava
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Balazs Koren

on 13 November 2014

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Transcript of Supporting technology enhanced mathematics teaching with development and research

easy to use?
Can you do this?
Easy...
Rescue
Rescue?
Do you really need to know how to do this?
Using technology
different generation
we try to understand
they love it
How do we use technology to our advantage?
How do you pick the right material?
Curriculum needs to meet the software
2400 teachers
Science (physics emphasis)
GeoGebraTube
e-Experiments and 3D
Mathematics:
1600 students
Publications
Year 1-12
Quality checked
Easily navigable
Teacher tailored - fit to teaching styles
Student tailored - adaptable
Fit to student's digital environments
"Living" - review and update systems
Research
Reviewing Practices
Teacher training reviews
Interface, design reviews
Designing evaluations
On-line problem portal and virtual classroom environment
With pedagogical backing
Interactive problems
1200
Mathematics
Competitions for students and teachers
Workshops
Conferences
Science: 800 students
800 schools
600
e-Experiments
Oct 2013-Sept 2015
Disadvantaged student assistance
All regions of Hungary
Based on
Design Experimental and
Community of Practice
Theories
based system
Hungarian Teaching Traditions
George Polya
Imre Lakatos
Tamas Varga
Zoltan Dienes
Program for Complex Instruction
Emese Nagy
Particle cards
CERN
Thank you!
Zsolt Lavicza & Balazs Koren
balazs@geogebra.org
Material development
Reach out
Teacher Training
Pilot Study
Software development
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