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Title of the Experience
Multimedial maths Working with geometry
Name of the teacher
Aleksander Angelov (center for creative education)
Country where it took place
School typology
Lower Secondary School
Thematic Area
Maths, Physics, Technology, Science
Experience typology
Teaching in class
Type of contact
Description of the Experience
Key competences
communication in the mother toungue, mathematical competences and
technology, digital competences, learning to learn, sense of initiative and
School subjects/ areas
interdisciplinar activity: maths, science, technology, motherlanguage.
2 hours lesson: the first is a cooperative working in the class, the second,
in the computerlab, requires the individual use of the computer.

IWB, computer, GeoGebra software

Activity description
1 lesson:
The teacher introduces concepts of segments and angles showing using
Some students are invited to draw on the IWB, by using GeoGebra
software, what they have understand on these topics.
All students in the class give their suggestions.
2 lesson:
Each student is invited to draw on a computer what he learned on the
topic and to describe it, by writing the procedure he used.
Sometimes students discover that they can use what they learned also to
play with fantasy... and it is possible to enjoy themselves with GeoGebra.
This is enterpreneurship!

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