Lecturer(s)


Jahodová Berková Andrea, Mgr.

Course content

Use of the Internet in learning mathematics (Elementary mathematics, history of mathematics and mathematicians, math games and puzzles, Open Source mathematical software available on the Internet) Introduction to DIG (Dynamic Interactive Geometry) GeoGebra Drawing, measurements, calculations and analytic geometry in DIG Simple animations, dynamic structures generated by moving objects in DIG Graphs of functions and graphic solutions of equations in DIG Introduction to CAS (Computer Algebra Systems)

Learning activities and teaching methods

Demonstration, Skills training, Graphic and art activities, Stimulating activities (simulation, games, drama)

Learning outcomes

Knowledge of information sources of the Internet in the field of mathematics Ability to work with planimetric objects in DIG geogebra, properties of objects Ability to represent graphs of functions and graphic solutions of equations in DIG GeoGebra Ability to create automatic animations and dynamic construction in DIG GeoGebra Implementation of measurements and calculations in DIG GeoGebra Knowledge of basic mathematical commands for CAS
After completing the course the student is able to work with dynamic interactive geometry, spreadsheets and Computer Algebra Systems (CAS).

Prerequisites

Active work at seminars and an evaluated project.

Assessment methods and criteria

Self project defence
Basic knowledge of PC operating system MS Windows is required.

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