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|10.00 – 12.30
 
|10.00 – 12.30
 
|Using Geogebra to make sketches for different lessons
 
|Using Geogebra to make sketches for different lessons
|1.Constructing parallel lines
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|Making the following sketches:
2. Constructing circles (and the different features), including compass tool
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1. Points, lines, segments  (review from Workshop I)
  
3. Using input bar to make sketches
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2. Polygons
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3. Circles  (review from Workshop I)
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4. Constructions (2 kinds of triangle constructions)
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5. Parallel lines
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6. Circles (chord, arc, segment)
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7. Use of sliders  (review from Workshop I)
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8. Use of textbox (review from Workshop I)
 
|Learn Geogebra
 
|Learn Geogebra
 
Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra
 
Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra
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|Lunch
 
|Lunch
 
|Lunch  
 
|Lunch  
Problem solving teasers
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Contributing to a problem bank for resource creation (difficult problems/ theorems)
|Teachers pick by lots one problem on which they will make a Geogebra file (in pairs)
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|Teachers identify from their textbooks a difficult problem/ theorem
|1. Participants are allotted a problem/ theorem for which they need to make a Geogebr construction.
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|Identification of the possible difficult spots in geometry teaching (concepts/ theorems)
2. Experiential exploration of how to use Geogebra for inquiry based mathematics teaching
 
 
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|1.15 – 2.30
 
|1.15 – 2.30
|Developing a lesson using Geogebra
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|Technology for creating and learning
|1. Identifying the key ideas in the problem/ theorem chosen
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|Using text editor (bilingual) for creating mathematics resources
2. Exploring the misconceptions that can arise
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|Learn Libre Office
 
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|Participants are able to develop sample question papers using LO
3. Using Geogebra to build an interactive lesson that builds conceptual thinking and problem solving skills in students
 
|1.Use of Geogebra for using high school mathematics
 
2. Background note on developing lessons using Geogebra                           
 
 
 
3. KOER page on Euclids Axioms, Postulates and Theorems
 
|1. Participants review an exemplar resource on KOER in pairs
 
2. Participants work to develop a lesson on the topic they have chosen
 
 
 
3. Development of a lesson plan that can integrate Geogebra, hands on activities, other web based resources
 
 
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|2.30 – 4.00
 
|2.30 – 4.00
|Technology for connecting and learning
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|Developing a lesson using Geogebra and accessing resources from the web
|1. Creation of a personal digital library – for self learning and teaching learning
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|1. Participants pick a Geogebra file from a pool
2. Accessing repositories for math and creating a reference folder/ document for an identified topic
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2.  Develop a transaction plan for the file (in pairs)
  
3. Participating in email and mobile phone based groups
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3.  Share the lessons in a plenary
|1. Introduction to Ubuntu
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|Background note on developing lessons using Geogebra
2. Introduction to Firefox
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|Development of a lesson plan that can integrate Geogebra, hands on activities, other web based resources
 
 
3. Creating a personal digital library
 
 
 
4. A compilation of useful web resources categorized by intended use
 
 
 
5. Learn Email
 
|1. Participants are able to independently work with the computer, creating and managing folders
 
2. Participants should be able to access and evaluate resources from the web for their use - able to search for different kinds of resources - be able to copy and paste links for sharing and in documents - download images, videos, pages (whenever allowed legally) and organize in folders - be able to document resources in a text document
 
 
 
3. Participants are able to send, receive emails, send attachments
 
 
 
4. Participants learn to use email and Telegram groups synergistically
 
 
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|Home-work reading
 
|Home-work reading
 
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|Use of Geogebra in high school teaching
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|Angles in a quadrilateral
 
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|'''Day 2'''
 
|'''Day 2'''
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|9.30 – 11.00
 
|9.30 – 11.00
|Technology for creating and learning
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|Geogebra for problem solving
|Using text editor and Formula Writer to create question papers – bilingual
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|Sharing reflections from the homework reading
|1. Learn Libre Office
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Exploring the use of Geogebra for illustrating/ solving a problem
2. Formula GIFs
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|Angles in a quadrilateral (English and Kannada)
|Participants are able to develop sample question papers using LO
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|Appreciating the importance of reading as a method of TPD
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Appreciatubg the role of technology to support TPD
 
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|11.00 – 12.30
 
|11.00 – 12.30
|Panel discussion on Geogebra for mathematics teaching
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|Demonstration of exemplar resources
|National ICT Awardees Radha Narve (GHS Begur, RP - TALP) and Suchetha (GHS Thyamagondlu and RP – TALP)
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|Sharing KOER pages on:
Moderator: TBD (Internal or Mythili)
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Euclid’s axioms, postulates and theorem
|Panelists
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|KOER pages – online and offline
Followed by open plenary sharing on the HW paper
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|1. Particiants explore an exemplar resource to understand how lessons can be done using Geogebra and through combining other resources
|Participants get to listen to practitioner perspectives on technology integration in mathematics teaching and for teacher development
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2. Participants will have access to resources created before and during the workshop
 
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|12.30 – 1.15
 
|12.30 – 1.15
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|1.15 – 2.00
 
|1.15 – 2.00
|Demonstration of exemplar resources
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|Conceptual learning with Geogebra
|Sharing KOER pages on:
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|1. Using Geogebra to solve/ illustrate the questions from the contributed problem bank
Euclid’s axioms, postulates and theorem
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Identifying the key ideas/ conceptual difficulties/ misconceptions in the problem.
  
Triangles
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2. Using Geogebra to build an interactive lesson that builds conceptual thinking and problem solving skills in students
 
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|Learn Geogebra
Circles
+
Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra
|KOER pages – online and offline
 
 
|1. Particiants explore an exemplar resource to understand how lessons can be done using Geogebra
 
|1. Particiants explore an exemplar resource to understand how lessons can be done using Geogebra
 
2. Participants will have access to resources created before and during the workshop
 
2. Participants will have access to resources created before and during the workshop
 
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|2.00 – 3.30
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|2.00 – 2.30
|Using Geogebra to make sketches for different lessons
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|Inputs for the block program
|1. Constructing the direct common tangent
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|What are the areas to include in the next workshop
2. 3-D window in Geogebra
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What kind of school interventions will be useful
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|Shared curriculum development
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|2.30 – 4.00
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|Practice with Geogebra
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|Individual work on recreating the Geogebra files/ lessons shared on Day 1
 
|Learn Geogebra
 
|Learn Geogebra
 
Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra
 
Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra
|Participants get comfortable in the use of Geogebra and use different tools to make sketches
 
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|3.30 – 4.00
 
|Feedback and way forward
 
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|Feedback form
 
Mathematics program page
 
 
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TCOL Mathematics page

Objectives of the workshop

  1. To get familiarised and encouraged to use a community of learning - for sharing, asking and learning
  2. To strengthen, build capabilities in the use of digital tools and processes
  3. To create resources using Geogebra for specific topics and concepts in Geogebra - theorems, graphs (linear equations), circles, basics of trigonometry
  4. To understand development of lessons using Geogebra
  5. To understand the use of Geogebra in problem solving

Agenda for the workshop

Time Session name Session details Workshop resources Expected outcomes
Day 1
9.30 – 10.00 Welcome and sharing expectations Sharing expectations for this workshop

Sharing and discussing the agenda of the workshop

Participant handout folder with agenda and workshop circular copy Reinforcing the idea that the learning is a collective responsibility
10.00 – 12.30 Using Geogebra to make sketches for different lessons Making the following sketches:

1. Points, lines, segments  (review from Workshop I)

2. Polygons

3. Circles  (review from Workshop I)

4. Constructions (2 kinds of triangle constructions)

5. Parallel lines

6. Circles (chord, arc, segment)

7. Use of sliders  (review from Workshop I)

8. Use of textbox (review from Workshop I)

Learn Geogebra

Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra

Participants get comfortable in the use of Geogebra and use different tools to make sketches
12.30 – 1.15 Lunch Lunch

Contributing to a problem bank for resource creation (difficult problems/ theorems)

Teachers identify from their textbooks a difficult problem/ theorem Identification of the possible difficult spots in geometry teaching (concepts/ theorems)
1.15 – 2.30 Technology for creating and learning Using text editor (bilingual) for creating mathematics resources Learn Libre Office Participants are able to develop sample question papers using LO
2.30 – 4.00 Developing a lesson using Geogebra and accessing resources from the web 1. Participants pick a Geogebra file from a pool

2.  Develop a transaction plan for the file (in pairs)

3.  Share the lessons in a plenary

Background note on developing lessons using Geogebra Development of a lesson plan that can integrate Geogebra, hands on activities, other web based resources
Home-work reading Angles in a quadrilateral
Day 2
9.30 – 11.00 Geogebra for problem solving Sharing reflections from the homework reading

Exploring the use of Geogebra for illustrating/ solving a problem

Angles in a quadrilateral (English and Kannada) Appreciating the importance of reading as a method of TPD

Appreciatubg the role of technology to support TPD

11.00 – 12.30 Demonstration of exemplar resources Sharing KOER pages on:

Euclid’s axioms, postulates and theorem

KOER pages – online and offline 1. Particiants explore an exemplar resource to understand how lessons can be done using Geogebra and through combining other resources

2. Participants will have access to resources created before and during the workshop

12.30 – 1.15 Lunch Draw of lots to determine community participation Participants must take turns to share resources, experiences, ideas related to education
1.15 – 2.00 Conceptual learning with Geogebra 1. Using Geogebra to solve/ illustrate the questions from the contributed problem bank

Identifying the key ideas/ conceptual difficulties/ misconceptions in the problem.

2. Using Geogebra to build an interactive lesson that builds conceptual thinking and problem solving skills in students

Learn Geogebra

Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra

1. Particiants explore an exemplar resource to understand how lessons can be done using Geogebra

2. Participants will have access to resources created before and during the workshop

2.00 – 2.30 Inputs for the block program What are the areas to include in the next workshop

What kind of school interventions will be useful

Shared curriculum development
2.30 – 4.00 Practice with Geogebra Individual work on recreating the Geogebra files/ lessons shared on Day 1 Learn Geogebra

Learning to make a drawing using Geogebra

Workshop resources

Mathematics resources

  1. NCERT Maths text books (offline copies available)
  2. NCF 2005 Position Paper on Mathematics Teaching
  3. Adding it up - Strands of Mathematical Proficiency
  4. Geogebra files for relevant topics
  5. Plan developed for implementation in BHS school with Geogebra files
  6. Use of Geogebra in high schools - paper presentation at RIE Mysore
  7. Background note on integrating Geogebra with lessons
  8. List of useful Mathematics websites

Digital literacy resources

  1. Basic Digital Literacy
  2. Learn Ubuntu
  3. Learn Firefox
  4. Learn Text Editing
  5. Introduction to internet and web
  6. What are professional learning communities
  7. Building a personal digital library
  8. Learn Gmail
  9. Learn Geogebra
  10. Using technology for teacher professional development

Way forward

Workshop feedback form

Please click this link to fill feedback on the workshop and suggestions on taking it forward.