Juan Carlos Ponce Campuzano

The University of Queensland

**FIRST YEAR IN MATHS FORUM 2021**

July 8, 9 - Hosted by the School of Mathematics and Physics, The University of Queensland

1. What is GeoGebra?

2. Online tutoring with GeoGebra classroom

- Demonstration

Open source mathematics software

Created by Markus Hohenwarter

in 2002

π₯οΈ Classic

Desktop version

π± Applications

Smartphones & tablets version

*Software*

π₯οΈ Classic

Desktop version

π± Applications

Smartphones & tablets version

- Version 5Β

- Graphic calculator
- Geometry
- Scientific calculator
- CAS
- 3D
- Augmented reality

**Free**

**Open Source**

Some 1st year courses at UQ usingΒ Β Β Β Β Β Β Β Β Β Β

- MATH1040 - Mathematical Foundations I
- MATH1050 - Mathematical Foundations II
- MATH1051 - Calculus and Linear Algebra I
- MATH1052 - Multivariable Calculus & ODEs
- SCIE1000 - Theory & Practice in Science

**GeoGebra Applets**

- Demonstrations within lectures

- Online learning support

- Interactive simulations and learning activities for the UQ
**edX Maths**courses (distance learning)

*Tools*

GeoGebra Classroom

- Worksheets
- Books
- Groups
- Notes
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GeoGebra Classroom

Some challenges with online tutoring:

- Lack of a personal connection with students
- Low participation
- Share worked solutions of exercises
- Provide feedback to students more efficiently

- Technical difficulties
- Lack of commitment
- Noise distractions
- Impersonal screen
- etc.
- ...

- assign interactive and engaging tasks
- view live updated progress of students
- ask questions and see all student answers instantly
- facilitate rich, interactive discussions

*GeoGebra Classroom* is a virtual platform through which teachers can

1. Click on the button

2. Title you class

3. Share the code or link

Join the class

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π www.geogebra.org/classroom/kddwxmjb

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**Note: **You don't need to have a GeoGebra account.

π Global community

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GeoGebra tutorials

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Ponce Campuzano

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