Video/Geogebra-group-interaction.m4v

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Geogebra group work

A group of students jointly progress on their task to investigate the relationship between area and perimeter of rectangles.

Video/Geogebra-group-interaction.m4v, http://oer.educ.cam.ac.uk/wiki/Video/Geogebra-group-interaction.m4v,This video is available on your memory stick in the video/Abel rectangles folder.About this video. Duration: 2:03 (watch on YouTube, local play / download options / download from dropbox)(Series: Abel rectangles, episode 06)

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3 Background on this video

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In this clip, and group of students jointly solve a problem using GeoGebra. The children did not have a lot of experience of using netbooks, and had just been introduced to the software (GeoGebra) a few lesson ago. They. (Note that time in this clip has been condensed, and the clip is taken from about 10 minutes of interaction. The children thus had a lot more thinking time than what is show in the clip.)

4 Questions for reflection

Questions for reflection are available here:

  • How are the children interacting?
  • Do you think the children are learning?
  • What are the conditions for learning that enable such an interaction to take place?
  • Does it surprise you that the students had not used GeoGebra much before? Does this tell you something about your expectations of childrens' abilities to learn independently, and with ICT?

5 Transcript

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