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See detailGeoGebraTAO: Geometry Learning using a Dynamic Adaptive ICT-Enhanced Environment to Promote String Differentiation of Children's Individual Pathways
Dording, Carole; Max, Charles Joseph UL; Kreis, Yves UL et al

Scientific Conference (2020, November 12)

In our project, we investigate the scientific validity of a specific self-built Adaptive Learning Tool in the field of dynamic geometry with a particular focus on the individual learning pathways of a ... [more ▼]

In our project, we investigate the scientific validity of a specific self-built Adaptive Learning Tool in the field of dynamic geometry with a particular focus on the individual learning pathways of a highly diverse student population. 164 children of Luxembourg elementary schools, aged between 10 and 13 years, acted as test-group and explored elementary geometric concepts in a sequence of learning assignments, created with the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra integrated into the computer-assisted testing framework TAO. They actively built new knowledge in an autonomous way and at their own pace with only minor support interventions of their teacher. Based on easily exploitable data, collected within a sequence of exploratory learning assignments, the GeoGebraTAO tool analyses the answers provided by the child and performs a diagnostic of the child’s competencies in geometry. With respect to this outcome, the tool manages to identify children struggling with geometry concepts and subsequently proposes a differentiated individual pathway through scaffolding and feedback practices. Short videoclips aim at helping the children to better understand any task in case of need and can be watched voluntarily. Furthermore, a spaced repetition feature is another highly useful component. Pre- and post-test results show that the test-group, working with GeoGebraTAO, and a parallel working control-group, following a traditional paper-and-pencil geometry course, increased their geometry skills and knowledge through the training program; the test-group performed even better in items related to dynamic geometry. In addition, a more precise analysis within clusters, based on similar performances in both pre- and post-tests and the child’s progress within GeoGebraTAO activities, provides evidence of some common ways of working with our dynamic geometry tool, leading to overall improvement at an individualized level. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamische Mathematik und computergestützte Tests: GeoGebra in TAO
Kreis, Yves UL; Dording, Carole; Keller, Ulrich UL et al

in Ladel, Silke; Knopf, Julia; Weinberger, Armin (Eds.) Digitalisierung und Bildung (2018)

In diesem Beitrag stellen wir die Integration der Dynamischen-Mathematik-Software GeoGebra in die technologiebasierte Assessment-Plattform TAO vor. Diese Kombination von Anwendungen schafft neue Lern- und ... [more ▼]

In diesem Beitrag stellen wir die Integration der Dynamischen-Mathematik-Software GeoGebra in die technologiebasierte Assessment-Plattform TAO vor. Diese Kombination von Anwendungen schafft neue Lern- und Beurteilungsmöglichkeiten in einem modernen Unterricht: die Lernerfolge im Geometrieunterricht werden, im Vergleich zu einem klassischen Unterricht, gefördert und eventuelle Hindernisse beim Kompetenzerwerb können präzise identifiziert werden. Außerdem wird die Studie im Rahmen des Forschungsprojektes GeoGebraPrim beschrieben, wobei die Versuchsgruppe der 9-jährigen Kinder während ihres Lernprozesses Zugang zur Technologie haben, um mathematische Eigenschaften anhand von dynamischer Geometrie zu entdecken. Im Pre-Test unterscheiden sich die Versuchs- und Kontrollgruppe kaum. Die Versuchsgruppe erlangt allerdings signifikant bessere Resultate in den beiden Post-Tests sowie erstklassige Resultate in dem TBA-Test. [less ▲]

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See detailGeoGebraTAO, validation of an adaptive learning environment of dynamic geometry. Source of a differentiation individual pathway of the student?
Dording, Carole; Martin, Romain; Kreis, Yves UL et al

Scientific Conference (2016, July 26)

In this PhD project, about 250 Luxembourgish children of 10-12 years explore elementary geometric concepts in a sequence of learning activities, created with the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra ... [more ▼]

In this PhD project, about 250 Luxembourgish children of 10-12 years explore elementary geometric concepts in a sequence of learning activities, created with the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra integrated into the computer-assisted testing framework TAO. The children, who are active in their learning process, are allowed to build new knowledge in an autonomous way and at their own pace. By means of a snapshot of the stimulus containing useful, easily exploitable data, the computer, a diagnostic tool of the competencies of the children in geometry, interprets the answer offered by the child, and based on this answer, gives relaunch instruction to go off to further explore the concepts. So children with special needs are identified and a differentiation individual pathway is inferred through scaffolding or feedback practices. Comparing the obtained results of a pretest and a posttest will allow us to assess the gained knowledge of the children. [less ▲]

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See detailGeoGebraTAO - eine dynamische Software für ein niveauangemessenes selbstständiges Arbeiten in Geometrie?
Dording, Carole; Martin, Romain; Kreis, Yves UL et al

Scientific Conference (2016, March 08)

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See detailGeoGebraTAO, validation of an Adaptive Learning Environment of dynamic geometry. Source of a differentiation individual pathway of the student?
Dording, Carole; Martin, Romain; Kreis, Yves UL et al

Poster (2015, November 24)

In this PhD project, about 250 luxembourgish children of 10-12 years explore elementary geometric concepts in a sequence of learning activities, created with the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra ... [more ▼]

In this PhD project, about 250 luxembourgish children of 10-12 years explore elementary geometric concepts in a sequence of learning activities, created with the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra integrated into the computer-assisted testing framework TAO. The children, who are active in their learning process, are allowed to build new knowledge in an autonomous way and at their own pace. By means of a snapshot of the stimulus containing useful, easily exploitable data, the computer, a diagnostic tool of the competencies of the children in geometry, interprets the answer offered by the child, and based on this answer, gives relaunch instructions to go off to further explore the concepts. So children with special needs are identified and a differentiation individual pathway is inferred through scaffolding or feedback practices. Comparing the obtained results of a pretest and a posttest will allow us to assess the gained knowledge of the children. [less ▲]

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See detailGeoGebraPrim - GeoGebra for Primary School
Kreis, Yves UL; Dording, Carole; Keller, Ulrich UL

Scientific Conference (2010, June 30)

The aims of the project are on one hand the improvement of the children’s understanding of the elementary geometric concepts and on the other side a deeper insight in the bond of geometry and algebra. The ... [more ▼]

The aims of the project are on one hand the improvement of the children’s understanding of the elementary geometric concepts and on the other side a deeper insight in the bond of geometry and algebra. The study consists in a pre-/post-test scenario combined with observations of particularly interesting situations. All in all 59 children of 9 years have participated; about half of them have followed a traditional paper/pencil geometry course while the others have been mixing experiences on the computer to the traditional ones. In last years presentation we have given a short overview of the project, explained the educational and technological concepts used and presented first results of the study. This year we will present the outcomes of the project based on statistical analysis of the children's answers comparing the different questions/tests as well as our observations during class. [less ▲]

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See detailDynamic mathematics and computer-assisted testing: GeoGebra inside TAO
Kreis, Yves UL; Dording, Carole; Porro, Vincent et al

in Kortenkamp, Ulrich; Pech, Pavel; Dohrmann, Christian (Eds.) et al Proceedings of the Interoperable Interactive Geometry Conference 2010 (2010)

In this article we present the integration of the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra into the computer-assisted testing framework TAO. One chapter is dedicated to the explanations of the tools involved ... [more ▼]

In this article we present the integration of the dynamic mathematics system GeoGebra into the computer-assisted testing framework TAO. One chapter is dedicated to the explanations of the tools involved as well as their communication. Another one focuses on a small-scale test, explaining the building of such a test, describing its realization as well as the constraints met and reporting on the collected data as well as its possible usage. [less ▲]

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See detailGeoGebraPrim - GeoGebra for Primary School
Kreis, Yves UL; Dording, Carole

Scientific Conference (2009, July 11)

The aims of the project are on one hand the improvement of the children’s understanding of the elementary geometric concepts and on the other side a deeper insight in the bond of geometry and algebra. The ... [more ▼]

The aims of the project are on one hand the improvement of the children’s understanding of the elementary geometric concepts and on the other side a deeper insight in the bond of geometry and algebra. The study consists in a pre-/post-test scenario combined with observations of particularly interesting situations. All in all approximately 200 children of 9 years will participate; about half of them will follow a traditional paper/pencil geometry course while the others will be mixing experiences on the computer to the traditional ones. So far the existing Dynamic Geometry System GeoGebra has been adapted to the needs of the primary school through multiple observations of children working with the software. Besides it has been integrated into the TAO (Testing Assisté par Ordinateur – Computer-Assisted Testing) platform that will be used partially for the final test. In this presentation we will give a short overview of the project, explain the educational and technological concepts used and present first results of the study. [less ▲]

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