Workgroups & Workshops


 WG1 - Technology and Arts in Mathematics Education (abstract) (Web-page)
Kristof Fenyvesi (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) 
Zsolt Lavicza (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Tomás Recio (Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spain)
Penousal Machado (CISUC, University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Carlota Simões (Science Museum, University of Coimbra, Portugal)
  • Tomas Recio - Exploring artwork through Voronoi/Delaunay diagrams.

  • Daniela Ferrarello, Maria Flavia Mammana and Eugenia Taranto - Non-Euclidean Geometry with art by means of GeoGebra

  • Eleonora Stettner - Traditional Patterns of Easter Eggs in the Carpathian Basin and Spherical Symmetries (Illustrating Spherical Symmetries in GeoGebra)

  • Alla Stolyarevska - DeepDream reveals the connection between art and mathematics

  • Alvaro Martínez Sevilla - Book Presentation: around the “Paseos Matemáticos por Granada”

  • Daniel Lakos and Eszter Losonczi - Jump from paper

  • Zsolt Lavicza, Kristóf Fenyvesi, Philip Collett, Thierry Dana-Picard, Sara Hershkowitz, Werner Olivier, Gyorgy Tury, Gabriella Uhl and Diego Lieban - STEAM for the Future - Integrating Hungarian, Israeli and South African Arts into Mathematics Teaching

  • Penousal Machado and Tiago Martins - Evolved Artificial Ants Paintings on Instagram

  • Diego Lieban and Zsolt Lavicza - Moving to Spatial Thinking through Geometric Modeling: an approach among prospective teachers combining Physical and Digital Resources

  • Alvaro Martínez Sevilla - Hyperbolic Escher GeoGebra

  • Valentyna Pikalova, Oksana Hrytsenko and Iryna Rusina - Exploring Ukrainian Embroidery with GeoGebra and Python

 WG2 - Mathematics education using Cabri and Cinderella (abstract)
 Yoichi Maeda (Tokai University, Japan)
 Ulrich Kortenkamp (University of Potsdam, Germany)
 Masataka Kaneko (Toho University, Japan)
  • Yoichi Maeda - Simple construction of Hopf fibration with Cabri 3D and visualization of multiplication of unit quaternions

  • Tomoya Tokairin - A new 3D drawing plugin for Cinderella

  • Koji Nishiura - Analysis of the Usefulness of Teaching Materials Including Sound Created by KeTCindy

  • Masataka Kaneko and Takeo Noda - Students’ operating CindyJS materials and detecting their reasoning

  • Naoki Hamaguchi and Setsuo Takato - Effective combinations of several types of teaching materials

  • Takeo Noda and Setsuo Takato - Teaching materials for vector calculus and elementary differential geometry course using KeTCindy

  • Shunji Ouchi - An introduction to teaching materials to guide sample size decisions when using the Central Limit Theorem

  • Hideyo Makishita -  Visualize mathematics by mathematical structures and figures

  • Satoshi Yamashita and Setsuo Takato -  Active Learning Class Using PDF-Based Video Materials Generated Using KeTCindy

  • Ulrich Kortenkamp and Lena Florian - Big Data and Next Generation Visualization in the Classroom

  • Aaron Montag and Jürgen Richter-Gebert -  GPU Accelerated Visualizations in Education

  • Christian Mercat - Teaching complex analysis with a conformal webcam

 WG3 - Justification in Doing Math (eduTPS Workgroup/Workshop) (abstract)
 Zoltán Kovács (Private University College of Education of the Diocese of Linz, Austria)
 Julien Narboux (University of Strasbourg, France)
 Walther Neuper (Graz University of Technology, Austria)
  • Daniel McDonald - Automated Drawings, Conjectures, and Proofs in Planar Geometry Using The Wolfram Language

  • Vanda Santos, Nuno Baeta and Pedro Quaresma - Geometrography in GeoGebra

  • Tomas Recio, Philippe R. Richard and M. Pilar Velez - Designing tasks supported by GeoGebra Automated Reasoning Tools for the development of mathematical skills

  • Daniela Ferrarello, Maria Flavia Mammana and Eugenia Taranto - DGS in proving 3D-geometry properties

  • Walther Neuper - Mechanised Justification in "Systems that Explain Themselves" for Mathematics Education

  • Thierry Dana-Picard and David Zeitoun - The determination of a suitable mesh for automatic plotting of a 2-variable function

  • Rein Prank - Step by step solutions of algebraic tasks and educational facilities of CAS

 WG4 - GeoGebra in Mathematical Research and Education (abstract)
 Ana Breda (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
 Celina Abar (Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, Brasil)
  • Lilla Korenova and Jan Guncaga - Discovery learning mathematics with GeoGebra through mobile devices in lower secondary level

  • Tomoki Hara and Kazushi Ahara - On materials which allows pupils to find out mathematical propositions using snapping on GeoGebra

  • Pedro Quaresma and Vanda Santos - Learning Paths Editor for the Web Geometry Laboratory 

  • Marita Barabash - GeoGebra as a Dynamic Geometry tool in mathematics and in mathematics teaching: a case of geometric constructions

  • José Manuel Dos Santos - Spherical Tilings and GeoGebra

  • Renáta Vágová and Mária Kmeťová - Does the Use of Iconic Planar Representations Affect Learner’s Visualisation in Solid Geometry Problem Solving?

  • Mária Kmeťová, Renáta Vágová and Tibor Kmeť - Investigation and Visual Explanation in Dynamic Geometry Environment

  • Jiří Blažek and Pavel Pech - Synthetic solution in geometry and GeoGebra

  • Thierry Dana-Picard and Zoltan Kovacs - Automated study of isoptic curves: a new approach with GeoGebra

  • Zoltán Kovács and Zsuzsanna Cole - Wise use of GeoGebra supported by an evaluation routine

  • Jiří Blažek and Pavel Pech -  GeoGebra and one locus in a plane

 WG5 - Didactic Consideration with Respect to Digital Tools (abstract)
Anatoli Kouropatov (Center for Educational Technology and Levinsky College of Education, Israel)
Regina Ovodenko (Center for Educational Technology, Israel)
  • Michal Fraenkel, Anatoli Kouropatov and Regina Ovodenko -  Didactic consideration with respect to applets for the teaching of mathematics

  • Werner Olivier - An offline techno-blended model for enriching mathematics teaching and learning in South African schools

  • Giulia Bini and Germana Trinchero - Changing Plans: How dynamic Merlo items can support students’ understanding in 3d Geometry 

  • José Manuel Diego-Mantecón, Óscar Arcera, Teresa F. Blanco and Zsolt Lavicza - Building a Robot with Secondary School Students to Solve the Rubik Cube

  • Jana Kaňková -  Solving mathematical problems in elementary school with responsive systems

  • Sonia Abrantes Garcez Palha -  Designing a digital tool for reasoning with covariation graphs: didactical considerations and classroom experience

  • Claudia Lazaro and Tomas Recio - Project MoMaTrE (Mobile Maths Trails in Europe, www.momatre.eu)

  • Anthony C.M. Or - Designing Digital Tools for Visualization and Reasoning with Soft Constructions

 WG6 - Calculators in the Age of Smartphones (abstract)
 Jozef Hvorecký (School of Management, Slovakia)
 Lilla Koreňová (Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)
  • Cristina Naya - Activities for the classroom with scientific calculator (Mathematics in Secondary level)

  • Eszter Kónya and Zoltán Kovács - Do the calculators support inductive reasoning?

  • Lilla Korenova and Jozef Hvorecky - Learning Descriptive Statistics using CASIO Classwiz Calculators

WG7 - Augmented and Virtual Reality in Mathematics Education
Christian Mercat (Université Lyon, France) 
Álvaro Martínez Sevilla (University of Granada, Spain)
Lilla Koreňová (Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia)
  • Antonio Zarauz Moreno, José Luis Rodríguez Blancas and Diego Cangas Moldes - NeoTrie (workshop) (abstract)

  • Christian Mercat and Laurent Beddou - Augmented reality in Pétanque as a teaching tool

  • Alvaro Martínez Sevilla, Carlos Ureña Almagro and Tomás Recio - Augmented Reality, Maths Walks and GeoGebra

  • Lilla Korenova, Theodosia Prodromou and Zsolt Lavicza - Augmented reality in mathematics Education: A cross-national study


 WS1 - The use of GeCla program for studying plane symmetry (abstract)
 Ana Cristina Oliveira (Atractor Association, Portugal)
 WS2 - MOOC for mathematics teacher education: a collaborative space for learning (abstract) (Web-page)
Eugenia Taranto (University of Turin, Italy)
Ferdinando Arzarello (University of Turin, Italy)
Ornella Robutti (University of Turin, Italy)
Virginia Alberti (I.I.S. "B. Castelli", Brescia, Italy)
Sara Labasin (L.S. "P. Gobetti", Turin; Italy)
WS3 - Problem-solving based Combination of Hands-on and Digital Modelling in
the Process of Mathematics Learning: 4Dframe & GeoGebra in the
Exploration of Simple and Complex Structures and Mechanisms (abstract)
Kristóf Fenyvesi (Jyväskylä University, Finland), Hogul Park (4DFRAME, South Korea)
Diego Lieban (IFRS-Bento Gonçalves,Brazil)
Zsolt Lavicza (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
WS4 - Usage and recent developments of KetCindy (abstract) (Web-page)
Setsuo Takato (Toho University, Japan)
Yasuyuki Kubo (National Institute of Technology, Yuge College, Japan)
Masataka Kaneko (Toho University, Japan)
WS5 - Who do You Feel Yourself? An Engineer, Mathematician, Programmer, Artist or Physcist?...It doesn’t Matter, Just Play (abstract)
Diego Lieban (IFRS/ Johannes Kepler University, Brazil)
Zsolt Lavicza (Johannes Kepler University, Austria)
Kristóf Fenyvesi (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Ho-Gul Park & Taeyoung Choi (4Dframe, South Korea)
WS7 - Stories & Technology: Gateways into Mathematics for All (abstract)
Dennis Debay (University of Colorado, USA)
Karen Terrell (University of Massachusetts, USA)
WS9 - Making a Graphic Calculator from a Numerical One (abstract)
Lilla Korenova ( Comenius University in Bratislava,Slovakia)
Jan Guncaga (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia)
Jozef Hvorecky (Vysoká škola manažmentu v Trenčíne, Slovakia)