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Konferenz: Interoperable Interactive Geometry Conference 2010 (I2GEO 2010). Hluboká, Tschechische Republik.

Internet: Interoperable Interactive Geometry Conference 2010

Termin: 2.7.2010 - 3.7.2010.


Kurzbeschreibung

I2GEO 2010 wird durch das Intergeo-Projekt organisiert und behandelt alle Aspekte um den Austausch und Einsatz von Material, welches mit interaktiven oder dynamischen Geometriesystem erstellt wurde.

Themen

Structural Aspects

  • Ontologies for Mathematics Education
  • Formalization of Curricula
  • Cross-Cultural Aspects of Mathematics Education
  • Classification by Topics vs. Classification by Competencies
  • Searching and Organizing Mathematical Content
  • Metadata for Mathematical Resources and Activitites
  • Knowledge Management in Mathematics Education

Technology

  • Formal Descriptions of Constructions, Exercises and other Digital Content in Mathematics
  • Data Exchange in Mathematics and Mathematics Education
  • Comparison of Interactive Geometry Tools
  • Mathematics Education and Social Networks/Web 2.0
  • Integration of Digital Content in the Classroom
  • Innovative Uses of ICT in Teaching Mathematics

Quality Assessment

  • Quality Criteria for Interactive Mathematics Content
  • Standards for Quality Assessment of Educational Content
  • Best Practices and Case Studies on Using Interactive Geometry in the Classroom
  • Identification of Critical Features of Electronic Content that Create Added Value
  • Teacher Education and Life-Long Learning
  • Educational Research based on the Quality Framework of Intergeo

Programmkomitee

I2GEO 2010 is organized and supported by the Intergeo Consortium and its associate partners.

Organizing Committee

Program Committee

  • Colette Laborde, IMAG Grenoble, France (Chair)
  • Ulrich Kortenkamp, PH Karlsruhe / CERMAT, Germany (Chair)
  • Miguel Abanades, Universidad Complutense, Spain
  • Peter Baptist, Universität Bayreuth, Germany
  • Caroline Bardini, University of Montpellier 2, France
  • Francisco Botana, Universidad Vigo, Spain
  • Arjeh Cohen, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Ramon Eixarch, Maths for More, Barcelona, Spain
  • Jesus Escribano, Universidad Complutense, Spain
  • Roman Hašek, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
  • Maxim Hendriks, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Jean-Marie Laborde, Cabrilog S.A.S., France
  • Yves Kreis, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
  • Paul Libbrecht, DFKI Sarbrücken, Germany
  • Daniel Marques, Maths for More, Barcelona, Spain
  • Christian Mercat, University of Montpellier 2, France
  • Pavel Pech, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
  • Tomas Recio, Universidad Cantabria, Spain
  • Volker Ulm, Universität Augsburg, Germany
  • Alfred Wassermann, Universität Bayreuth, Germany

Hauptvorträge

Veröffentlichungen

Ausgewählte Beiträge erscheinen in einer special issue des ZDM.

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