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== Programmkomitee  ==
 
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I2GEO 2010 is organized and supported by the Intergeo Consortium and its associate partners.
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=== Organizing Committee ===
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[[Ulrich Kortenkamp]], [[PH Karlsruhe]] / CERMAT, Germany
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Pavel Pech, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
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[[Christian Dohrmann]], [[PH Schwäbisch Gmünd]] / CERMAT, Germany
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Roman Hašek, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
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=== Program Committee ===
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Colette Laborde, IMAG Grenoble, France (Chair)
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Ulrich Kortenkamp, [[PH Karlsruhe]] / CERMAT, Germany (Chair)
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Miguel Abanades, Universidad Complutense, Spain
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[[Peter Baptist]], [[Universität Bayreuth]], Germany
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Caroline Bardini, University of Montpellier 2, France
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Francisco Botana, Universidad Vigo, Spain
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Arjeh Cohen, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Ramon Eixarch, Maths for More, Barcelona, Spain
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Jesus Escribano, Universidad Complutense, Spain
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Roman Hašek, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
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Maxim Hendriks, TU Eindhoven, Netherlands
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Jean-Marie Laborde, Cabrilog S.A.S., France
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[[Yves Kreis]], Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg
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Paul Libbrecht, DFKI Sarbrücken, Germany
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Daniel Marques, Maths for More, Barcelona, Spain
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Christian Mercat, University of Montpellier 2, France
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Pavel Pech, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic
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Tomas Recio, Universidad Cantabria, Spain
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[[Volker Ulm]], [[Universität Augsburg]], Germany
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[[Alfred Wassermann]], [[Universität Bayreuth]], Germany
  
 
== Hauptvorträge ==
 
== Hauptvorträge ==

Version vom 17. Februar 2010, 13:37 Uhr



Konferenz: Interoperable Interactive Geometry Conference 2010 (I2GEO 2010). Hluboká, Tschechien. Internet: Interoperable Interactive Geometry Conference 2010

Termin: 2.7.2010 - 3.7.2010 {{{monat}}} 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

Ulrich Kortenkamp, PH Karlsruhe / CERMAT, Germany Pavel Pech, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic Christian Dohrmann, PH Schwäbisch Gmünd / CERMAT, Germany Roman Hašek, University of South Bohemia, Czech Republic

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

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