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Introduction to


Judith Hohenwarter and Markus Hohenwarter www.geogebra.org

Introduction to GeoGebra

Introduction to GeoGebra
Last modified: July 19, 2008 Written for GeoGebra 3.0 This book covers the basic introduction to the dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra. It can be used both for workshops and for self learning. Authors Judith Hohenwarter, judith@geogebra.org MarkusHohenwarter, markus@geogebra.org

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We would like to thank all members of the NSF Math andScience Partnership Project "Standards Mapped Graduate Education and Mentoring" at Florida Atlantic University and the School Board of Broward County, in particular, the leaders of the project, Heinz-Otto Peitgen and Richard Voss, who encouraged our work and the teachers from Broward County, Guy Barmoha, Paul Beaulieu, James Duke Chinn, Ana Escuder, Edward M. Knote, Athena Matherly, Barbara A.Perez, Lewis Prisco, Jeffrey Rosen, and Megan Yanes, for their continuous support and collaboration during the creation of this book. This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. EHR-0412342, NSF Math and Science Partnership "Standards Mapped Graduate Education and Mentoring". Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in thismaterial are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.


Introduction to GeoGebra

How to Use this Book
“Introduction to GeoGebra” covers all basics of the dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra. On the one hand, this book can serve as a basis for introductory workshops guided by an experienced GeoGebra presenter. On the other hand,you can use this document to learn the use of the software yourself. By working through this book you will learn about the use of GeoGebra for teaching and learning mathematics from middle school (age 10) up to college level. The provided sequence of activities introduces you to geometry tools, algebraic input, commands, and a selection of different GeoGebra features. Thereby, a variety ofdifferent mathematical topics is covered in order to familiarize you with the versatility of the software and to introduce you to some methods of integrating GeoGebra into your everyday teaching. Additionally, practice blocks are included in the structure of this introductory book. They allow you to practice new skills learned before and to explore the software on your own. All construction filescovered in this book, as well as accompanying files (additional GeoGebra files, dynamic worksheets, picture files) are available online at http://www.geogebra.org/book/intro-en.zip We wish you a lot of fun and success working with GeoGebra! Judith & Markus


Introduction to GeoGebra

Table of Contents
Introduction to GeoGebra License / Copyright Acknowledgments How to Use this Book Table ofContents 1. Installation and Introduction of GeoGebra Activity 1: Installing GeoGebra Activity 2: Save the Accompanying Files Introduction: What is GeoGebra and How Does It Work? 2. Drawing versus Geometric Construction Activity 3: Drawing Geometric Figures and Other Objects Activity 4: Saving GeoGebra files Activity 5: Drawings, Constructions, and Drag Test Activity 6: Rectangle Construction...
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