GeoGebra Conference

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Southern Connecticut State University

The GeoGebra Institute of Southern Connecticut will hold its first annual conference, which will consist of several sessions of varying content and level. Some sessions will be of introductory level; others will be dedicated to experts. Content will be suited to classroom teachers, university faculty, and others who may have an interest in GeoGebra, a geometry software package providing for both graphical and algebraic input.

Presentations are open to all GeoGebra users who would like to share their experiences with their colleagues. We are particularly interested in presentations that bring together K-16 students, classroom teachers and/or university faculty around the effective use of GeoGebra. Presentations should be 20 minutes long, followed by a five-minute discussion period.

As a local GeoGebra Institute, the GeoGebra Institute of Southern Connecticut shares the following three goals:

  1. Training and Support: To coordinate and provide professional development opportunities and support for both pre-service and in-service teachers.

  2. Development and Sharing: To develop and share workshop resources and classroom materials, and to continually improve and extend the dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra.

  3. Research and Collaboration: To conduct and support GeoGebra-related research which focuses on the teaching and learning of mathematics in order to inform and improve training and development activities, and to promote collaboration between IGI and local GeoGebra Institutes and between international colleagues.


Southern Connecticut State University
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 06515

Phone: 203-392-7278
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Marie Nabbout

Phone: (203) 392-5594
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$30 (includes coffee and lunch)