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The Teaching of Geography Using Dynamic Geometry Software

By Đorđe Herceg, Vera Herceg-mandić and Davorka Radaković


The use of dynamic geometry software (DGS) in all kinds of mathematical games has become a widespread phenomenon. Rich features and availability of free DGS, such as GeoGebra, have caused a growing interest for developing teaching materials for subjects other than matematics. We present the teaching materials that we developed in GeoGebra for the subject of geography at elementary and middle school level. An interactive component that we developed, aimed specifically at applications in computer geography, is also discussed

Topics: Categories and Subject Descriptors D.2.2 [Software Engineering, Design Tools and Techniques – Object-oriented design methods, User interfaces, I.3.2 [Computer graphics, Graphics Systems – Stand-alone systems General Terms Design, Experimentation, Human Factors Keywords Dynamic geometry software, GeoGebra, geography games
Year: 2014
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