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Copy of Academy: Inserting Animations in Prezi

Best practices on how to use simple flash animations in combination with prezi Path and Frames - to achieve a strong narrative.

Taeil Yi

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Copy of Academy: Inserting Animations in Prezi

1. DW with Proof 2. DW with Navigation Bar 3. DW with EC Icons Teacher Oriented Approach Producing dynamical graphs for online Geometry course with no experience Macro Benefits Extra Taeil Yi
University of Texas at Brownsville
ICCTL 2010 What is GeoGebra? A freely available,
open source Dynamic Mathematics Software (DMS)
– translated to more than 45 languages with fast growing user community
A Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS) with basic features of Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) to join geometry, algebra and calculus into a single easy-to-use package for learning and teaching mathematics Bidirectional
Representation Navigation Bar Making Dynamic Worksheet (DW) A Few Tips for
Dynamic Worksheets Euclidean Tools Unlike with commercial products, students are certainly not constrained to use the software only in schools or universities allowed by site licenses, but they can download and install GeoGebra on their private computers. For teachers, GeoGebra offers the powerful opportunity to create interactive online learning environments which have led many teachers to share free materials on the Internet. Teachers can use a previously prepared GeoGebra file to present mathematical concepts to their students.

By creating the corresponding dynamic figure prior to their lesson teachers save time during their classes and can use the construction for lesson planning.

Teachers can provide an (incomplete) interactive GeoGebra construction with accompanying questions and tasks.

Teachers could also create these dynamic figures on the fly during their lesson, allowing them a more flexible teaching style where they can react to students’ questions, suggestions, and conjectures.
Students are able to explore and rediscover mathematical concepts in different ways.
With pre-create self-contained dynamic worksheets, students only work with an interactive html page in a browser, which saves time of teaching them how to operate the software itself.
Being able to customize the user interface of the integrated interactive applets, teachers can decide beforehand how much freedom or guidance they want to provide for their students and which features and tools should be available for their students.
Student Centered Approach “Don't know how to do it in Maple, but I just put up an applet that does this. On Monday, I saw a presentation […] of GeoGebra, and it took me about 20 minutes to figure out how to do polar coords in this program and create the page.”
- Ben Ford, Sonoma State University, California - Have a nice trip to home http://www.geogebra.org/cms/ Taeil.Yi@utb.edu
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