Assam stf mathematics workshop 2016

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Objectives of the STF programme

The STF programme will aim to:

  1. Build the computer literacy skills for teachers
  2. Learning to use Geogebra for creating simulations in Algebra and Geometry
  3. How to use the internet as a learning resource - to create a resource library for my use and for the classroom and build digital resource libraries
  4. Use emails, MathsScience Subject Mailing Forum to communicate
  5. Access the Karnataka Open Educational Resources. Understand how resources are organized on KOER and share feedback and activities
  6. Develop digital literacy skills - email, internet search and downloading, using image editor and text editor

The first STF workshop for Mathematics is being conducted from 19-01-2016 to 23-01-2016. The second STF workshop for Mathematics is being conducted from 02-02-2016 to 06-02-2016.

Workshop 1


Please click here to see the agenda for the workshop.

Participant Profile

  1. Participant Information Form
  2. View the Participant information

Workshop handout

Day 1

  1. Importance of Free and Open Source Environment
  2. Circulars on adopting Public (Free and Open Source) Software
  3. Ubuntu
  4. Creation of a personal digital library
    1. Internet – a new method of learning
    2. Note_on_Internet_access
    3. How to access the internet
    4. How to create a Personal Digital Library
  5. Using a text editor

Day 2

  1. Emailing
  2. Geogebra
  3. Text editing
  4. Combining images and text

See here for videos on Ubuntu, Libre Office, GIMP, Geogebra

Day 3

  1. Freemind
  2. Handout for Freemind
  3. Geogebra
    1. Conditional display of text
    2. Check boxes for input
    3. Construction of triangles (given 2 sides and angle, given 2 angles and side, given 3 sides)
    4. Construction of quadrilaterals (square, rhombus, parallelogram, give sides and diagonal)
    5. Construction of concurrent lines in a triangle
    6. Construction of Direct Common Tangent
    7. Area tool
    8. Use of input bar
  4. Emailing
  5. Text editing

Day 4

  1. Geogebra
  2. Screencast Recording
  3. Ubuntu Installation

Day 5

  1. Emailing
  2. Participant feedback form
  3. Combining images and text

Participant Feedback

Participant feedback form


  1. Practice Geogebra
  2. Send Emails
  3. Complete resource book translation by district (use Google translate if required)
  4. Identify district lab and plan for training

At the workshop

Workshop photos

Resources created in the workshop

  1. Resources created in Assamese by the Maths teachers
  2. Assamese and Bengali typing tips from Easin Ali Mollah sir and Surojit Acharjee sir
    1. Beginners, teachers with less computer knowledge, use the Itrans typing option
    2. For expert computer users, who have used Ramdhenu or Srilipi typing earlier, can use Inscript typing method
  3. Juktakshara (joint or half letters)
    1. to type 'Janma' in Assamese or English, type - jnma

Concept map created by teachers on uses of mathematics software

Error: Mind Map file maths not found

Teacher Champions

We have purposely identified 'teacher champions' amongst the MRPs, these teachers will provide first support to other teachers

  1. LibreOffice - Anupam Pathak, Silchar Govt. Boys'H S School, Cachar,9864125791,
    1. Assamese typing - EASIN ALI MOLLAH, R. B. P. H. S. SCHOOL, DHUBRI,+917896949127,
    2. Bengali Typing - surojit acharjee, Niranjan paul institute, Cachar, 9435371109,
  2. Geogebra - Deba Kr. Gogoi, Gogamukh Higher Secondary School, Dhemaji, 9613540891,
  3. Freemind -
  4. Internet -

Workshop Reports

Workshop Reports

Day wise reporting has been taken up by five districts

Day 1 -

Day 2 -

Day 3 -

Day 4 -

Day 5 -

Workshop home work

Each district has been given home work to make a short 1/2 to 1 page user manual on following topics. The district team leader name is also mentioned.

  1. Tux typing – Jorhat – Bipul Bora
  2. Ubuntu File and folder making- Barpeta – Baharul Islam
  3. Free mind- Dhubri – Easin Ali Mollah
  4. Text editing- Cachar – Surojit Acharjee
  5. Geogebra -Dhemaji – Hemchandra Kalita

Workshop 2

Objectives of the workshop


Second maths workshop agenda Click here


At the workshop

Workshop photos

  1. Click here to see Bilal Hussain sir, Barpeta with his NEW LAPTOP.
  2. Click here to see other photos of Maths Workshop 2

Workshop resources

Participant Feedback

Workshop Reports

Learning about Assam and learning Assamese

Assamese is written in the Assamese script, a version of the Bengali script, a syllabic alphabet in which all consonants have an inherent vowel which has two different pronunciations or which may be silent. The Assamese alphabet contains 11 symbols for vowels and 54 for consonant+vowel syllables plus other symbols. Click here to learn more about the Assamese alphabet.

  1. simple Assamese words and expressions
  2. set of vocabulary, phrases, grammar exercises
  3. Assamese dictionary
  4. Assamese poems
  5. [1]
  6. Assamese phrases
  7. Assam Map information