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GeoGebra in Venezuela (TEM Group)

Today let us present you the impressive story of the TEM (Technology in Mathematics Education) Group from the Faculty of Education and Humanities at the University of Zulia (LUZ), Maracaibo, Venezuela. Juan Luis Prieto, Rafael Luque and a few other

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GeoGebra in India: perspectives of GeoGebra in developing countries

An important issue in teaching mathematics with GeoGebra is how the so called developing countries can get access to it and benefit from this software. We will follow up here with a series of blog posts on GeoGebra activities in

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GeoGebraWeb – Spreadsheet view and more…

GeoGebra is not only available as a desktop application, but in the web browser too. You can try GeoGebraWeb in Chrome (works best): http://www.geogebra.org/chrome or in other browsers: http://app.geogebra.org Today we are announcing the new Spreadsheet view in GeoGebraWeb. You

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GeoGebra Workshop in Bhilai, India

The workshop was organised by GeoGebra Institute of SCERT Raipur, C.G. India at Bhilai. The event took place in a Teacher Education College , Rungta College of Science and Technology, Kohka, Bhilai. Around 65 students (Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) and

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4.2 Release Candidate

GeoGebra 4.2 will be released soon. 21 developers have contributed to this release, so there are many new and exciting features to explore and enjoy! Here are some of the things you can look forward to, and details of how to

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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 closing of the annual

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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 hard on the OpenGeoProver (OGP) prototype during the last week. Now

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Theorem proving

Well, I forgot my own introduction in the first post, but maybe it is more important for me that I work in a great team. Balazs already wrote a few words about himself; I am also a mathematics teacher from

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