ORBIT: New deadline for submission: 18th February 2013

Last chance to 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 website!

Members of the GeoGebra community will vote for the top 25 activities, and experts in primary maths will designate the three winners. The three winners of the ORBIT/GeoGebra competition (and probably some of those on the shortlist) will have their activities posted on the ORBIT wiki alongside teachers from prominent teacher education institutions.

This is a unique opportunity to have your name associated with a high profile, innovative University of Cambridge project.

For further information, see: http://orbit.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/ORBIT/GeoGebra

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