Which course is right for you?

  • If you are looking for a course which supports many classroom approaches to learning such as "Project Based Learning" and "Universal Design for Learning," "Game-Making" might be the perfect course for you. "Game-Making" prepares teachers to get students engaging in activities such as Creative Problem Solving, Construction, and Programming. Students will be excited for "Skill-Building" as they will want to try out the games they've just created!
  • If you are a beginner with the Geogebra Application and/or not altogether comfortable learning how to use new applications you should take "Getting Started with the Geogebra Application." This course prepares you to bring the Geogebra Application into your classroom and gives you experience "creating" Applets.
  • If you have some experience creating things on the Geogebra Application OR you are comfortable learning how to use new applications - "Expanding the Curriculum with the Geogebra Application" should be a good fit for you. This course prepares you to bring the Geogebra Appication into your classroom, gives you plenty of experience creating Applets AND introduces you to some of the complex options which can lead to some truly dynamic pieces of curriculum.
  • If you have a fair amount of experience creating things on the Geogebra Application or you have just completed the course "Getting Started with the Geogebra Application" then "Dynamic Usages of the Geogebra Application" would be a good choice for you. This course skips over the basic usages of the Geogebra Application. As a student in this class you will spend a lot of time learning about and experimenting with the complex creating options that are available to you.
  • If you do not think you can commit to a course right now or just want a question answered about the Geogebra Application then "Individualized Consultation" would be a good choice for you.

Note: To accommodate teachers that are starting from different levels the course "Expanding the Curriculum with the Geogebra Application" was divided into two courses. Part 1: "Getting Started with the Geogebra Application" & Part 2: "Dynamic Usages of the Geogebra Application."

Because of this it would be redundant for you to take "Expanding the Curriculum with the Geogebra Application" after having completed "Getting Started with the Geogebra Application."