Last Saturday, June 5, 2010, we have concluded our 3-Saturday seminar on Using GeoGebra in Teaching Mathematics. Below are some of the pictures taken from the said short-term course.
That’s me on the first pic explaining the mathematics behind the “how-to” construction. If you’re wondering why our whiteboard is high, well, I am just short. I am 5’3” feet, or maybe shorter (chuckles).
As you can see, the participants are really serious. 🙂
One of our participants constructing her GeoGebra applet.
So if you want to invite me* to conduct a lecture on GeoGebra in your school, I am just an email away.
*Philippines only (unless, of course, your school is willing to shoulder my expenses. Just kidding 🙂 ).
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Re: Update for Email Subscribers.
The title of the post earlier should be GeoGebra Tutorial 18 – Area Under a Curve and Riemann Sums. Please note that the URL of the said post was changed. Click the link below to visit new location.
Also, the output file of the tutorial has already been uploaded.