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Creating a Dynamic Worksheet

Page history last edited by Geoff Roulet 11 years, 8 months ago

Preparing the Learning Object in GeoGebra

 

What you do at this point depends upon the particular mathematics topic and also your GeoGebra knowledge and skill level.  Information concerning the operation of GeoGebra can be found at the GeoGebra site or on a companion wiki page Open Source Software Dynamically Linking Number, Algebra, and Geometry.

 

For the purposes of this workshop you will use one of the two pre-constructed GeoGebra activities below.  If you are interested in secondary school mathematics use the Exploring Transformations of the Quadratic Function example below developed in GeoGebra or if you have GeoGebra on your computer you can download/open the application by clicking here.  If you are more interested in elementary school mathematics topics you could use the Double Picture example below developed in GeoGebraPrim, the version of GeoGebra for students up to Grade 6 (Primary school in Europe).  If you have GeoGebraPrim on your computer you can download/open the Double Picture example by clicking here.

 

Before going on to the Exporting the Dynamic Worksheet section below play with your selected example to get a sense of its function.  You can always restore the GeoGebra activity to its original state by clicking on the Reset Construction icon .

 

Exploring Transformations of the Quadratic Function - GeoGebra Dynamic Worksheet

Exploring Transformations of the Quadratic Function

 

This is a Java Applet created using GeoGebra from www.geogebra.org - it looks like you don't have Java installed, please go to www.java.com

 

Geoff, Created with GeoGebra

 

Double Picture - GeoGebra Dynamic Worksheet

Double Picture

 

This is a Java Applet created using GeoGebra from www.geogebra.org - it looks like you don't have Java installed, please go to www.java.com

 

Geoff, Created with GeoGebra

 

 

 

Exporting the Dynamic Worksheet

 

Click: File > Export > Dynamic Worksheet as Webpage (html) …

 

Click Export as Webpage

 

Add Title (in this case change the title), add (in this case change) the author, add Text above the construction providing instructions for students, and Text below the construction providing any additional instructions or guiding questions to support the students' work with the GeoGebra learning tool.

 

Click Advanced

 

Select appropriate Functionality and User Interface items.  These options determine the menu items and tools that will be presented to the students.

For these worksheets you likely want just Show icon to reset construction

 

Ensure that the drop-down menu in the lower right of the window shows File: html

 

Click: Export

 

Save the resulting .html file in an appropriate directory

 

Click on Exploring_Transformations_of_the_Quadratic_Function.html or Double_Picture.html and Download to see examples of Dynamic Worksheets using the above GeoGebra tools.

 

View the video below if you would like to see a demonstration of the process dscribed above. 

 


 

 

Adding to Your Dynamic Worksheet Webpage

 

The text you added above and below the GeoGebra applet appears in a fixed single font.  In addition, your webpage lacks features found on many websites: tables, graphics, pictures and video etc.  These can all be added by opening your .html file in a web-editor such as Adobe Dreamweaver or the open-source editor, KompoZer.  When editing your file be careful to not alter any of the source (html) code between:

 

<applet name="ggbApplet"

 

and

 

</applet>

 

Above and below this code you can add any of the usual webpage features. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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