Demonstrating, Guiding, and Analyzing Processes in Dynamic Geometry Systems

TitelDemonstrating, Guiding, and Analyzing Processes in Dynamic Geometry Systems
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2009
AuthorsSpannagel, C., & Kortenkamp U.
EditorBardini, C., Fortin C., Oldknow A., & Vagost D.
Conference NameProceedings of the 9th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching
Conference LocationMetz

Process-oriented mathematics education focuses on learning processes rather than on their outcomes only. These processes should be monitored, guided and supported by the teacher. In addition, feedback should be given on the students' activities, not only on their results. Groups of 30 (school) up to more than 600 (university) learners render it impossible to support processes without appropriate technology. This paper describes the tool CleverPHL that allows for designing process-oriented learning scenarios: processes can be recorded, replayed, completed, guided, and analyzed. These features are demonstrated with dynamic geometry systems (DGS).

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