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CADGME 2010 | Proceedings


CADGME-2010 web proceedings

Tuesday / 29 June 2010
Plenary lecture I
Wei-Chi Yang
Why should we integrate Computer Algebra System with Interactive Geometry?
Parallel session I
Section A / ConvMathAssist Section B Workshop I
Tomas Recio
ConvMathAssist and the Klein Project
Durdica Takaci
On the visualization of the limit process
Lilla Koreňová
Using graphic calculator CASIO CP300 in solving mathematical problems on secondary schools
Philippe R. Richard, Leduc Nicolas, Tessier-Baillargeon Michele and Gagnon Michel
Contribution of a computer algebra system (CAS) in the solving of problems in geometry with the help of an emerging tutorial system
Rein Prank
What toolbox is necessary for building exercise environments for algebraic transformations
José Luis Valcarce
A short tour through GDI
Djordje Herceg and Dragoslav Herceg
GeoGebra and Joystick
Florian Schimpf and Christian Spannagel
Reducing graphical user interfaces in DGS
Parallel session II
Section A / ConvMathAssist Section B Workshop II
Yves Kreis and Markus Hohenwarter
The Future of GeoGebra
Arpad Takaci
On the teaching mathematical modeling and simulation by using the AnyLogic modeling program
Alfred Wassermann et al
Worksheet Creator 2 - Blended geometry for the class room
Walther Neuper
Irreplacable contributions of math assistants to learning
Svetlana Tomiczková and Miroslav Lávicka
A Gentle Introduction to Geometric Modelling via Dynamic Geometry
Christian Bokhove
Design and test of a digital module for algebraic skills
Valentyna Pikalova
Teaching and Exploring Geometry with GeoGebra
Zoltan Kovacs
WMI2 - the symbolic calculator for the today's student
Gabriel Katz and Vladimir Nodelman
Computer-aided Explorations of Two-Parameter Modular Spaces: Giving Geometric Life to Routine Algebra
Plenary lecture II
Francisco Botana
On using automated deduction techniques in dynamic geometry environments
Parallel session III
Section A / ConvMathAssist Section B Workshop III
Michael Gerhäuser
Visualize server side calculations with JSXGraph
Janka Melušová and Kitti Vidermanová
Solving of reverse constructions with GeoGebra in mathematics teacher training
Zoltán Kovács
An excursion to the visual world of complex functions and dynamics
Masataka Kaneko, Kiyoshi Kitahara, Hiroaki Koshikawa, Satoshi Yamashita and Setsuo Takato
The effective use of LaTeX drawing in linear algebra ---- Utilization of graphics drawn with KETpic
Mihály Klincsik
Usability of the CAS's random variables during the learning process
Setsuo Takato and Masataka Kaneko
KETpic as a tool to make teaching materials and its recent developments
Gabriel Tamayo Valdés and Pedro Torres Florez
Semiotics Tools and Mathematics Curriculum
Bianca Valentin and Alfred Wassermann
JSXGraph - Dynamic Mathematics running on (nearly) every device
Helena Binterova and Eduard Fuchs
Diophantine equations at school – description of an experiment

Wednesday / 30 June 20100
Plenary lecture III
Pavel Pech
Classical vs. Computer Approach in Proving Theorems
Parallel session IV
Section A Section B Workshop IV
Andreas Fest, Maren Hiob-Viertler and Andrea Hoffkamp
An interactive learning activity for the formation of the concept of function based on representational transfer
Volker Ulm
A Pattern for Innovations in Mathematics Education with ICT via Teacher Education
Markus Hohenwarter and Zsolt Lavicza
GeoGebraSpreadsheet and GeoGebraCAS workshop
Vladimir Nodelman
Problems in Function Visualization
Alla Stolyarevska
Developing cognitive skills in the course of mathematics
Celina Abar and Lisbete Barbosa
Computer algebra, virtual learning environment and meaningful learning: Is it possible?
Jiří Vaníček
Using Analogy in Generalization and Conceptual Learning in CAL of Geometry
János Karsai, Róbert Vajda, Irma Szimjanovszki and Ádám Hulmán
Teaching differential equation models with Mathematica in applied fields
Ana Paula Jahn, Sophie Soury-Lavergne and Jana Trgalova
Intergeo quality assessment process: a tool for teacher professional development?
Plenary lecture IV
Matija Lokar
Using learning blocks to prepare e-content for teaching mathematics
Parallel session V
Section A Section B Workshop V
Zsolt Lavicza, Daniel Jarvis and Chantal Buteau
A comparative analysis of academic mathematicians' conceptions and professional use of technologies in university mathematics
Zlatan Magajna
Proofs in Geometry: Using Computer Software for Delineating Problem Space
János Karsai
Investigation of dynamical systems with Mathematica
Lilla Koreňová
Using of digital technologies and their effectiveness in solving mathematical problems on secondary schools
Pavel Leischner
Dynamic applications of the parallelogram law, and some generalizations of the Pythagoras’ theorem
Hana Mahnelová and Jaroslav Hora
Summation problems of high school mathematics solved with selected algorithms of computer algebra
Lajos Szilassi
Spirallohedron - a space-filling body
  Yves Kreis, Carole Dording and Ulrich Keller
GeoGebraPrim - GeoGebra in Primary School
Plenary lecture V
Paul Drijvers
The teacher and the tool

An online available article that covers the main part of the plenary lecture:
Drijvers, P., Boon, P., Doorman, M., Van Gisbergen, S., Gravemeijer, K., & Reed, H. (2010).
The teacher and the tool: whole-class teaching behavior in the technology-rich mathematics classroom. Educational Studies in Mathematics. Online First.
Workshop VI Workshop VII Workshop VIII
Paul Drijvers
Instrumental orchestrations of mathematical situations in technological environments: deepening the concept through concrete examples
Matija Lokar, Primož Lukšič
Flexible mathematics content preparation
Vladimir Shelomovskiy
InMa program for learning math

Thursday / 1 July 2010
Parallel session VI
Section A Section B Workshop IX
Csaba Sárvári and Zsolt Lavicza
Using modularization to thicken the knowledge-representation network in CAS enhanced teaching
Eno Tonisson
Unexpected answers offered by computer algebra systems to school equations
Jana Trgalova, Ana Paula Jahn, Sophie Soury-Lavergne
Quality assessment of dynamic geometry resources
Libuše Samková
Calculus of one and more variables with Maple
Celina A. A. P. Abar, Sonia Barbosa Camargo Igliori, Jose Miguel Bezerra Filho and Pericles Cesar de Araujo
Aggregation of a comparative non-parametric statistics to didactic engineering
Carsten Miller
Mathematics in Touch
Roman Hašek and Vladimíra Petrášková
Computer algebra system as a means of improvement of constructivist approach to financial education
Plenary lecture VI
Ulrich Kortenkamp
Interoperable Interactive Geometry for Europe

Katarína Žilková and Dušan Vallo
Non-traditional approaches to the selected stereometric problems through DGS