Tag Archives: computer-based instruction

Teaching with GeoGebra – Investigating coordinates of points

The most basic mathematics students need to know to understand GeoGebra is the coordinate axes. Must you teach students how to plot points and interpret coordinates of points before they use GeoGebra or the other way around? I think, at the same time. Below is a sample activity on how I think this can be… Read More »

Teaching simplifying and adding radicals

The square root of a number is usually introduced via an activity that involves getting the side of a square with the given area. For example the side of a square with area 25 sq unit is 5 unit because 5 x 5 = 25. To introduce the existence of , a square of area… Read More »

GeoGebra, Calculator, and Mathematics

GeoGebra is a dynamic mathematics software for teaching and learning mathematics. As tool for the teaching part is pretty easy to do. But the learning part, well, that’s always been the one that is problematic, GeoGebra or not GeoGebra. Studies about integration of technology in teaching and learning have always acknowledged that despite the availability… Read More »

GeoGebra and Learning Mathematics

GeoGebra is a great software for teaching and learning mathematics. It offers geometry, algebra and calculus tools in one environment, a great support indeed for linking mathematical concepts. On top of that it is free and an open-code software. Click here to download the latest version of the software.  Is it easy to use? Yes… Read More »

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