We’ll be using this blog to provide a broad look at what’s happening in the GeoGebra community – everything from news to events to GeoGebra tips & tricks all in one place. Expect cross-postings from the great blogs out in our community and a chance to hear more from the people behind GeoGebra as well.
There won’t be just one blogger behind this effort but I’ll be standing in as editor/guardian. I try to manage the community at GeoGebra. I am a mathematics teacher in Hungary and a father of three kids. I’ve used GeoGebra for a long time, joined the team last year. It is a pleasure to be part of something that revolutionizes the mathematics education worldwide.
Stay tuned for more. Drop us a line as well if you have any ideas, editorial suggestions.
Expect a few changes in the design and structure of the blog in the near future.
- OpenGeoProver debuting
The EACA conference has just ended, but the hard development in theorem proving did not stop. Our Serbian contributor Ivan Petrović did very nice improvements on GeoGebra by working […]
- Google Summer of Code Mentor Summit Thanks to Google, this year we had 7 students for the Google Summer of Code program. This was the 3rd year we have been involved after 5 and 7 supported students since 2010. As an official […]
- GeoGebra in Mongolia We are delighted to see that our community is rapidly expanding in Mongolia, too! Let us introduce today GeoGebra Institute of Mongolia, led by Navchaa Tserendorj, teacher of initial Math […]
- GeoGebra Ambassadors What makes GeoGebra special, is our Community. Without the Community, GeoGebra is just a software. A very good software, but not so special as it can be with you all. As you all know, the […]
- ORBIT/GeoGebra Primary Mathematics Competition! Submit your primary mathematics activity for a chance to win University of Cambridge prizes & certificates and have your activity posted on a high profile educational […]
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