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Fourth Meeting Agenda

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Friday 05 April 2013


11:00 - 12:00

Meeting of participants, informal discussion.

12:00 - 13:00 Lunch 
13:00 - 13:30

Welcome (Jan Zahradnik), opening of the Workshop (Markus Hohenwarter, Pavel Pech),

short report about the first teacher seminar in Budweis on 13.02.2013 (Jan Zahradnik).

13:30 - 14:30

Lecture of Dr. Šárka Gergelitsová (invited speaker - Gymnázium Benešov)

Plane geometry problems and their evaluation in GeoGebra applet environment

Plane geometry problems are not very popular with many students and the process of teaching and learning geometry is usually accompanied by many difficulties. In addition to the solving of the problem, paper-and-pencil drawing

is time consuming for students and requires some drawing skill. Not only is the evaluation itself a complicated problem but evaluating this kind of tasks is time consuming for teachers. Consequently, students do not solve as many

problems as necessary to make them experienced enough in solving such problems. The automatic evaluation of students´ answer to plane geometry tasks  is able to speed up the process a lot, but due to its complexness

it has been beyond the capabilities of known systems until now. We want to present a new online system and report on our first experience of using it. Students solve assigned tasks in GeoGebra applets embedded in web pages and

submit their answers to the server. The server evaluates their answers instantly. This approach influences the plane geometry problem solving strategies.

14:30 - 15:00

Discussion on lecture.

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee Break

15:30 - 16:45

Each Austrian teacher (5) presents the materials of the special lessons done in his/her school, describes 

his/her individual experience and give the results of the inverviews to studens and the other teacher that did the same lessons in the same school.


Calculating  skiing holidays - Paula Pöchtrager / Hubert Pöchtrager

Link to the Moodle course: http://www4.edumoodle.at/hsstpeter/course/view.php?id=338 


Calculation sheet

Link to GeoGebra-applets for students at the age of 10 to 14: http://teacher.eduhi.at/schulung/ggb/ 


Examples (Edith Lindenbauer/Sandra Reichenberger)






16:45 - 18:00

Presentation of the results of special lessons done in Czech schools  (Jakub Jareš, Tereza Suchopárová)



Discussion about the results of the special lessons in schools. 

Based on these results discussion about the next steps in the project (Zsolt Lavicza, Jakub Jareš).  

Forming of conclusions of research.

18:00 - 19:30


19:30 - 22:00

Free discussion about the problems of teaching mathematics in both partner countries.




Saturday 06 April 2013



9:00 - 10:30

Czech teachers will present presentations connected with Friday lecture (especially 2D Geometry).


Plane geometry - Homothety  (Marek Vejsada)



Geometric transformation (Jitka Nováková, Pavel Kolář)


GeoGebra files: kulecnik-en.ggb , most-en.ggb , osova_soumernost-en.ggb , otoceni-en.ggb , polygon-en.ggb , posunuti-en.ggb , reka-en.ggb , stredova_soumernost-en.ggb


Roof slope (Marie Stejskalová, Eva Vortelová)


GeoGebra files: chata.ggb , chata 2.ggb



Triangle inscribed in an ellipse (Hana Mahnelová)


GeoGebra file: ELIPSA.ggb


Debate on presentations.

10:30 - 11:00
Coffee Break
11:00 - 12:00

Summary of the decisions of Friday about how to proceed with "special lessons" (Zsolt Lavicza), especially forming of conclusions from the research.  

Topics for the next workshop (June 2013 in Stift Schlägl – Upper Austria – Markus Hohenwarter).

Project web pages in German and Czech (Roman Hašek).


12:00 - 13:30 Closing & Lunch
13:30 - 16:00

Trip to the center of Třeboň, eventually visit of the Castle. 











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