Each year, the GeoGebra Institute of Ohio hosts a low-cost two-day conference for mathematics students, classroom teachers, and university researchers.
Broadly, the aim of our conference is to support critical, thoughtful use of technology. A primary mission of the conference is to support the use of GeoGebra in the teaching and learning of middle, secondary, and post-secondary mathematics, grades 4-14. More recently, we have expanded this mission to foster critical discussions of digital ethics among conference-goers.
The Spring 2012 meeting attracted over 250 students, teachers, and researchers from throughout the United States. The mission of the conference is to provide a meeting platform for GeoGebra users from throughout North America, including students, teachers, teacher educators, mathematicians, and researchers. This conference will provide for the enhancement of professional skills and knowledge by allowing ample time for speaker-audience interaction, encouraging discussion of experiences, sharing of good practices, and demonstrating effective mathematical pedagogies that include GeoGebra. See www.ggbmidwest.com/conference to see conference and lodging details.