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Revision as of 06:46, 12 July 2019
Objectives of the workshop
- To get introduced to the community of mathematics teachers for continuous learning
- To develop basic competencies in the use of digital tools and processes
- To create resources for teaching learning using Geogebra
- To access and share Geogebra based lessons for Mathematics teaching
Agenda for the workshop
July 13, 2019
Time | Session Name | Session Details | Workshop Resources | Expected outcomes |
Day 1 | ||||
9.30 – 10.00 | Welcome and Introduction | Registration and getting introduced
Logistics of the workshop |
Participant handout folder with agenda and workshop circular copy | All teachers and the resource persons get to know each other |
10.00 – 11.00 | Introduction to the program | Context sharing and expectation setting
The scope of the TCOL program and the activities Indicative curriculum and timetable |
Presentation on planned program (ODP)
KOER page on mathematics program |
Shared understanding of the relevance and possibilities from technology integration for mathematics teaching learning |
11.15 – 1.00 | Geogebra for mathematics teaching | 1. Mapping how Geogebra can support attainment of mathematics learning
2. Getting familiar with creating sketches using Geogebra |
1. Textbooks
2. TPCK use cases document 3. Introduction to Geogebra (both pages) |
1. Participants are able to see how Geogebra can support mathematics learning in ways that complement traditional mathematics teaching
2. Participants are able to: - Open a Geogebra file and play with it - Play around with the interface - Create skteches using Geogebra - Using textbox, export image features - Saving a Geogebra file - Using the input bar |
1.30 – 4.00 | Geogebra for mathematics teaching | 1. Using Geogebra for conducting lessons
2. Creating resources with Geogebra |
1. Textbooks
2. TPCK use cases document 3. Introduction to Geogebra (both pages) |
1. Participants are able to develop a lesson plan with Geogebra (working in groups)
2. Participants are able to see the advantage of a Geogebra mediated lesson over traditional forms of mathematics teaching 3. Use the slider and input bar options in Geogebra and able to build animations |
1.30 – 4.00
(parallel session) |
Geogebra for mathematics teaching | Sharing of Geogebra lessons/ files
Demonstration of exemplar resources built for Geometry |
Resource document for Geometry
Geogebra files, activities and worksheets developed |
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 |
4.00 - 4.30 | Feedback and way forward | Participatory curriculum development for the block program | Indicative curriculum shared in the HM workshop | Development of a road map for the program including the curriculum for learning |
Workshop resources
- NCERT Maths text books (offline copies available)
- Geogebra files for relevant topics
- Workshop presentation
- TCOL Phase 2 Video
- Mindmap summarizing the discussions on a lesson on "Circles"
- Basic Digital Literacy
- Learn Ubuntu
- Learn Firefox
- Learn Text Editing
- Introduction to internet and web
- What are professional learning communities
- Building a personal digital library
- Learn Gmail
- Learn Geogebra
- List of useful Mathematics websites
- Other mathematics workshops during 2018-19
- First workshop August 2018
- Second workshop Sep 6-7, 2018
- Third workshop December 6-7, 2018
Way forward
- Reviewing the proposed curriculum for the maths program and finalizing it
- Creating lesson plans / school level activities through communication with mails and Telegram
- Planning school level demonstration classes
- Participation in the Telegram group and the STF mailing forum
- Finalizing the schedule for the second workshop
Workshop feedback form
Please click this link to fill feedback on the workshop and suggestions on taking it forward.