GeoGebra News - December 2020

Illustrative Mathematics (6-8) Curriculum

Our digitally interactive version of IM + OUR 6-8 middle school math curriculum is now complete! Use GeoGebra Classroom to engage students in fully remote or hybrid settings! Collaborate with students & monitor their progress in real-time: ﻿Illustrative Math Curriculum (6-8)

Virtual Whiteboards for GeoGebra Classroom

• Notes in Activities: You can include GeoGebra Notes in activities! This option is awesome for teachers who simply want to provide students with a virtual whiteboard. And with GeoGebra Classroom, you can see all students' writing and progress in real time!
• Check out this quick demo﻿: Here teacher view is on the left. Student view is on the right.
If you are new to GeoGebra Notes, please have a look at our Learn GeoGebra Notes﻿ tutorial.

GeoGebra Classroom

• Add a Co-Teacher: ﻿﻿﻿If you team teach with another teacher, both you and your co-teacher can have the same teacher view of a GeoGebra class either of you create, so you both can formatively assess any student's progress in real time! Here's how to do it﻿.
• New Class Overview Page: ﻿You can now view all work completed by any one student! See video below for more information.
• Remove Students: ﻿Remove any student from a class (if the need arises).
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• New Create Class dialog: When you find an activity inside a large GeoGebra book and wish to make a class from this, you now have the option to decide if you want to create a class from the single activity or the entire book!
If you are new to GeoGebra Classroom, please have a look at our Learn GeoGebra Classroom tutorial or watch our webinar.

Other GeoGebra Apps

﻿Graphing, Geometry, Classic and Suite App:
• ﻿Our new LineGraph command makes creating line graphs quick and easy! Explore and analyze afterwards by creating tables, getting roots, extrema, etc. See video below.
CAS App:
• Conveniently calculate the 5 number summary of statistics (Min, Q1, Median, Q3, Max) for lists of numbers
• NSolve is used if there is no exact solution for Solve
• Min() and Max() commands