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Estonia 2019

posted 3 Jun 2019, 15:13 by Anders Sanne

Denmark 2018

posted 19 Jan 2018, 01:45 by Anders Sanne   [ updated 19 Jan 2018, 01:49 ]

Iceland 2017

posted 8 May 2017, 13:34 by Anders Sanne   [ updated 8 May 2017, 13:35 ]

The 8th Nordic and Baltic GeoGebra Conference will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland, October 13th to October 15th 2017: http://menntavisindastofnun.hi.is/welcome_to_nordic_geogebra_2017

Final programme and extended deadline for registration

posted 9 Sep 2016, 10:29 by Anders Sanne

The final programme for the conference in Trondheim is now ready. The deadline for registration is extended till September 15th.

Final program and registration for V Nordic GeoGebra Conference

posted 16 Oct 2014, 00:34 by Anders Sanne   [ updated 16 Oct 2014, 00:34 ]

The final program for the conference in Ylöjärvi, October 31th - November 2nd, is now ready. You can still register for the conference.

Call for Contributions, 5th Nordic GeoGebra Conference

posted 24 Jun 2014, 13:02 by Anders Sanne   [ updated 24 Jun 2014, 13:23 ]

Next Nordic GeoGebra Conference will take place in Ylöjärvi October 31 - November 2, 2014

posted 3 Mar 2014, 00:29 by Anders Sanne   [ updated 3 Mar 2014, 00:29 ]

We got the grant for 2013-2016

posted 19 Jun 2013, 02:45 by Anders Sanne   [ updated 19 Jun 2013, 02:46 ]

The Nordic & Baltic GeoGebra Network gets 70 000 EUR from NordPlus Horizontal. The new project period starts October 1, 2013 and ends September 30, 2016. We now have more partners from each country and Latvia as a new member in the Network, as a result we now have representatives from all the Nordic and Baltic countries. We will continue the annual conferences on the use of GeoGebra and ICT in teaching and learning mathematics but with a different structure that involves active teacher-researcher collaborations. We will address 4 key topics in mathematics education, by investigation and collaboration within specific groups of teachers and researchers. Our first key topic will be the possibilities of screencast technology, followed by the development and use of resources. The third key topic is teacher knowledge and classroom management in a technological environment and the last one is assessment of mathematical competencies in a technological situation. Work on each key topic will be started up at a conference, followed up by a seminar meeting and finally a session at the following conference. A survey team will follow the work on and between the conferences.

GeoGebra Conference for teachers in Copenhagen September 20-22, 2013

posted 21 Mar 2013, 01:23 by Anders Sanne

Please have a look at the conference web page for more details. Welcome to Copenhagen!

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