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Keynote Miller

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Dave Miller (University of Keele, UK)

 

GeoGebra and the interactive whiteboard
Dave Miller, Keele University, UK
eda19@educ.keele.ac.uk
IWB research materials found at: http://bit.ly/iwbmiller

Abstract
The interactive whiteboard can transform mathematics classroom and improve the
mathematics learning environment for teachers and pupils. GeoGebra can also provide
teachers with new ways to lead and support pupils’ learning. However teachers do not
always recognise the opportunities offered. In this plenary I will look at the use of gesture
and other ways in which teachers might make the most of the interactive whiteboard when
using GeoGebra.

Background material will be adapted from

• the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) report
Digital Technologies in Mathematics: New Beginnings which can be found at: http://
bit.ly/ncetmdtreport

• the Keele University report for the NCETM Enabling enhanced mathematics teaching
with interactive whiteboards which can be found at: http://bit.ly/iwbreport

• the Keele University paper to BERA (2006) Enhanced secondary mathematics
teaching: gesture and the interactive whiteboard which can be found at: http://bit.ly/
gesture06berapdf

Comments (1)

Dave Miller said

at 8:51 am on Aug 31, 2011

Files for ths will be placed on the site by the end of Wednesday 31 August. They will include an ActivStudio 3 version, ActivInspire and Smart Notebook versions. These will be interactive but you need to have the software available. A pdf version will also be available but this will only contain pictures of the slides. I will also place some GeoGebra files on the site.

The talk can be seen on YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y137GL29rQU

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