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 website!

Members of the GeoGebra community will vote for the top 25 activities, and experts in primary maths will designate the three winners.

The activity must be open-ended to some degree, supporting interactive teaching and active learning. We are looking for investigations that allow children (age 6-10) to explore an element of mathematics for themselves.

Submitted GeoGebra files and instructions must include:

1) a short overview (max 200 words),
2) list of learning objectives (max 3),
3) description of the underlying pedagogical/teaching approach or rationale (max 50 words),
4) compulsory teacher’s note (max 250 words) which provide instructions, useful tips and recommendations (submissions without teachers’ notes will not be reviewed).

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

NB: Prizes include University of Cambridge tee-shirt, mugs, bags and a University of Cambridge/GeoGebra Certificate!

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2 comments on “ORBIT/GeoGebra Primary Mathematics Competition!
  1. Todd Edwards says:

    We'd like to somehow include the top 5 – 10 entries in the North American GeoGebra Journal. Thoughts on how to best do this?


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