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CADGME 2012 - Programme with Proceedings


22 June 2012



 Registration / Coffee




(Room Amfiteatar Mihajlo Pupin, A1)



 Adrian Oldknow

Software and activities to motivate and support learners in mathematics, science and technology



 Parallel session I









Walther Neuper

Csaba Sárvári

Đorđe Herceg

Masataka Kaneko

Arpad Takači

Milena Marić and Filip Marić


Stereos:A Language for Describing Stereometric Constructions










Ana Donevska Todorova

 Dynamic Geometry Environment Designed for Developing Concepts in Linear Algebra and Analytic Geometry



Radka Stepankova

Using computers in solving problems from probability



Making Materials Based on TeX and CAS/DGS


Setsuo Takato

The necessary components of materials and textbooks used in math classes


Satoshi Yamashita

On making printed math class materials with figures based on symbolic thinking



Yoshifumi Maeda and Hisashi Usui

The methodology of high-quality 3D-drawing compatible to LaTeX graphics capabilities


Kiyoshi Kitahara and Setsuo Takato

A teaching material for double integral including three  dimensional  figures drawn with KETpic



Masataka Kaneko

The graphics use for introducing eigenvalues and eigenvectors  in linear algebra class

Miodrag Mateljevic

On the visualizations in applied mathematics


Rein Prank

Towards automatic evaluation of expediency of steps in algebraic (16)


Gábor Ancsin, Markus Hohenwarter and Zoltán Kovács

GeoGebraWeb - the next generation dynamic mathematics software  (4)

Olga Komínková and Helena Binterová

Learning climate in relation to CLIL and dynamic geometry  (12)




Đura Paunić

 Dynamical asymmetric propeller (92)

Vanda Santos and Pedro Quaresma

Collaborative Aspects of the WGL projekt  (23)


Zsolt Lavicza

Development directions of GeoGebra and its community  (63)

Lilla Koreňová

ICT in teaching mathematics as a content for didactic education of future teachers as well as for additional education of teachers on Comenius Uni. in Bratislava (67)

Aleksandar Lipkovski

Hilbert and multivariate polynomial rings



 Welcome reception



 Jean-baptiste Lagrange

 Functions, Dynamic Geometry and CAS: offering possibilities for learners and teachers



 Parallel session II







Filip Maric

Homero Flores

Alan Robertson

Lilla Koreňová

Branislav Popović

Francisco Botana, Zoltán Kovács, Tomás Recio and Simon Weitzhofer

Implementing theorem proving in GeoGebra by using various methods  (5)

Natalija Budinski


Modeling real life situations with functions and GeoGebra in mathematical education   (8)

Ružica Vukobratović and Đurđica Takači

On the Visualization of Function throught programmed instruction in a computer classroom (62)

Zoltan Gingl, Robert Mingesz and

 Katalin Kopasz

Sensor-to-computer interfaces support experimental education (54)

Slađana Dimitrijević, Branislav Popović and Marija Stanić Analysis of the usage of computers in mathematics teaching - overview of the situation in Serbia (10)


Ivan Petrović, Zoltán Kovács, Simon Weitzhofer, Markus Hohenwarter

and Predrag Janičić

Extending GeoGebra with Automated Theorem Proving by using OpenGeoProver (6)

Libuše Samková Deepening the content knowledge with GeoGebra (9)

Mirjana Stojanović and Đurđica Takači On the visualization of solutions of fractional equations (69)

Zoltan Gingl, Robert Mingesz and

 Katalin Kopasz

Real experiments with sensor-to-USB interfaces (55)

János Karsai and Árpád Takácsi

Teaching mathematics and statistics in sciences (conclusions of an EU project from nonstandard point of view) (78)

Walther Neuper

Announcement for an upcoming generation of TP-based educational (28)

Đorđe Herceg and Vera Herceg-Mandić GeoGebra in geography classes (30)

Georgi Dimkov and Dessislava Dimkova  

The Geometric Transformations in the Plane from a Common Point of View (47)

Robert Vajda Exploration of Hermite Interpolation Polynomials with Mathematica (32)

Đurđica Takači and Doru Paunescu

The Influence of Visualization on Mathematical Thinking (66)


 Coffee with snack







Péter Körtesi



GeoGebra in studying functions

Gert Treurniet  and Jürgen Schepers


Interactive math and science education in the Benelux, using TI-Nspire and TINavigator in secondary education

Mihály Klincsik


Workshop about symbolic manipulations with random variables using Maple CAS


 Students’ talks


Aleksandra Arsić

 Interactive course of higher mathematics using GeoGebra



  Aleksandar Bukva

Application of differential equations in physics(ZIP)


 Aleksandra Stevanović

 Analytic geometry made by GeoGebra software




 Danka Lučić, Mario Varga

Using GeoGebra in mathematical modeling


Marija Radojičić

 Interactive presentation of derivation of function using the software package GeoGebra  (81)

Tijana Stojancevic

On the mathematical modeling of interest by using GeoGebra (88)



Milena Isajlović

 Study about elementary functions teaching materials created using the software package GeoGebra  (82)


 Slaviša Radovic and  Miroslav Marić

 Surface area of geometric figures using GeoGebra software



 Meeting of the Fibonacci group



 Welcome dinner



23 June 2012



 Parallel session III








Jean-baptiste Lagrange

Đurđica Takači

Aleksandar Takači

János Karsai

Doru Paunescu

Irena Štrausová and Roman Hašek

Visualization of proofs using dynamic software(ZIP) (19)


Jelena Tatar

 On the convergence of the geometric series (65)

Darko Drakulić Development of e-textbooks in mathematics: Experience from Slovenia and Bosnia and Herzegovina (58)

Matthias Ehmann, Michael Gerhäuser, Heiko Vogel and Alfred Wassermann Sketchometry and JSXGraph: Dynamic Mathematics for Tablets (27)

Francesca Ferrara and Ornella Robutti

The use of DGS to face optimization problems at secondary school (53)

Milena Marić and Predrag Janičić

Using GCLC System and its Theorem Provers for Teaching Geometry   (31)


Gordana Stankov and Valerija Jaćimović

Teaching quadratic function by using GeoGebra (64)

Carsten Miller

 Dynamic Mathematics Software and Interactive E-Books (25)

Tanja Sekulić

The role of active learning and mathematical modelling in modern mathematics education(ZIP) (85)



Zorica Stanimirović Knowledge building: Introducing a Collaborative e-learning Environment in an Interdisciplinary Project (90)

Zlatan Magajna

Automated observation of properties of dynamic constructions (26)


Ripco Sipos Elvira and Elvira R. Sipos

Teaching Geometry Using a Computer (75)


Igor Pesek, Blaž Zmazek, Vesna Zmazek, Alenka  Lipovec, Samo Repolusk and Jože Senekovič

 E-textbooks: time to breakthrough


Iordanka Gortcheva Solving Extremum Problems in Elementary Mathematics through Dynamic Software (50)

Csaba Sárvári

 On semiotic analysis of the potential of computer algebra systems (61)


 Coffee break



 Hans-Georg Weigand

Theses about the use of computer algebra systems in the next decade



 Parallel session IV







Matthias Ehmann

Zoltan Gingl

Libuše Samková

Zoltan Kovács

Carsten Miller

Oliver Labs

Towards a Closer Integration of Algebra and Geometry in Teaching (41)

Anna Takács Klingné

 The solution of economic tasks with GeoGebra(ZIP) (48)

Cindy Kovalik

Tips, Techniques, and Instructional Strategies for Online Learning (44)


Toni Chehlarova and Koya Chehlarova Photo-pictures and dynamic software or about the motivation of the art-oriented students (45)

Daniela Ferrarello, Maria Flavia Mammana and Mario Pennisi Teaching/learning geometric transformations in high school with DGS (43)

Kaja Maričić and Sima Pastor Correlation of GeoGebra and CAD software in the analysis of cycloid meshing(zip) (42)

Duška Pešić Cobwebbing in GeoGebra (52)

Tatjana Hrubik-Vulanović Comparing College Math Courses with and without ALEKS (51)


Homero Flores

Classroom assessment and dynamic geometry


Ulrich Kortenkamp, Christian Dohrmann and Paul Libbrecht Open Discovery Space: Sustaining the Intergeo Project for DGS content and teachers' CPD in Europe (36)





 Olga Hadžić
The Role of Computers in Changing Students Attitudes Towards Mathematics








Lajos Szilassi


The possibilities of and limits to the application of the GeoGebra dynamic geometry programme in elementary and secondary education

János Karsai

How to prepare interactive Mathematica documents for classroom

Jean-baptiste Lagrange

Casyopée an open environment for learning about functions at upper secondary level





24 June 2012



 Parallel session V







Milena Marić

Jelena Tatar

Miroslav Maric

Toni Chehlarova

Duška Pešić

Jakub Jares and Pavel Pech 

 Exploring loci of points by DGS and CAS (20)


Davorka Radaković and Đorđe Herceg

 Mathematical games on Silverlight (40)

Branko Kaučič, Igor Pesek, Blaž Zmazek and Maja Ramšak

 Evolutionary changes affecting personal learning environments (74)

Jelena Hadži-Purić, Nevenka Spalević and Jasminka Mihaljinac

 Application of dynamic mathematics software in initial math teaching (preschool education and primary school (37)

Mirjana Jovanović

 Directed line segments as free vectors (56)

Jan Rocnik and Walther Neuper

Interactive Course Material by TP-based Programming. A Case Study (38)


Dessislava Dimkova

 Inquiry-based Model of the Inversion in the Plane (46)

Branka Radulović and Ivana Rančić

Linking Experiments and Use of Multimedia in Teaching Physics (68)

Vladimir Baltić

Using Maple in Elementary and High School Mathematics (73)


Ljibiša Dinić

 On the volume of Pyramid (77)

Gabriella Daroczy and Walther Neuper

Cognitive Science meets Computer Mathematics. A Case Study   (33)

Milanović Ivana and Raičević Vidak



Aleksandar Takači

 Using Fuzzy Systems to predict student test scores (76)

Ljubomir Jerinic Pedagogical Patterns For Learning Programming By Mistakes (57)

Ralf Wagner Cooperative learning contexts in upper secondary analytic geometrie lessons using DGS  (35)


 Coffee break



 Alan Rogerson
Fundamentals, the Future and the Power of the Force







Libuše Samkova


Volume and area ratios with GeoGebra

Ulrich Kortenkamp


Beyond DGS - Simulations and Scripting with Cinderella







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