Help us show us the the Impact of GeoGebra

GeoGebra friends,

You know yourself how good GeoGebra is, and so do the millions of users. But we are trying to go further. We wish to collect hard evidence on the impact of GeoGebra.

This may come from activities you have undertaken or that you know of, for example:

  • Best practice examples: lesson plans and evaluation
  • User quotes
  • Controlled studies
  • Statistical evidence
  • Academic/journal or conference articles

In return for sharing with us, we will feature your work in GeoGebra blog posts, in a PREZI presentation GeoGebra STEM – Impact and Evidence, a joint academic presentation…and last but not least the US Mid-West GeoGebra journal.

To get the ball rolling, based on a quick Google search, we have already found evidence which you can see on:

But this is just a start – we want to collect better and better evidence showing the impact of GeoGebra! Please send your information – lesson plans/research articles/studies/links etc to this e-mail address, with the subject line: EVIDENCE:

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