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Review of the related literature.

1. Topic: GeoGebra as an artist’s paintbrush


Publication date: 2016
Authors: Muharrem Akatumen and Avni Yildiz

Reasons for which this study has been conducted: How do pre service math teacher determine
the design process and how do they solve problems encountered during the design process.

Findings: Pre service teachers were able to connect algebraic and geometric concepts when
inputs were changed.

2. Incorporating GeoGebra into Geometry learning-A lesson from India


Authors: Kaushal Kumar Bhagat & Chun-Yen Chang
Publication Date: 2015

Reason: To examine the effectiveness using ‘GeoGebra‘ as a tool in teaching and learning
mathematics.

Findings: There was a significant difference between the achievements of the control group,
which underwent the traditional method of teaching, and the experimental group, which was
taught utilizing ‘GeoGebra‘

3. Topic: Effectiveness of using GeoGebra on students’ understanding in learning Circles


Authors: Praveen Shadaan and Leong kwan Eu
Publication: 2013

Resons: To investigate effectiveness of using GeoGebra on students’ understanding in circles.


Further, to elicit students’ perception in learning circles using GeoGebra.

Findings: The geogebra software can be used as an enabler in the teaching and learning of
circles, as there was significant increase in experimental students’ conceptual understanding of
circles as compared to the control group. In addition, technology is great motivational tool as
students’ confidence increased when both geogebra and learning videos were used to enhance
the students’ learning process.

4. Topic: Teachers’ Perceptions toward the use of GeoGebra in the Teaching and Learning
of Mathematics

Authors: Effandi Zakaria and Lo Sooth Lee

Publication: 2012

Reasons: To examine teachers’ perceptions toward the features and tools in GeoGebra.
Findings: The findings showed that teachers’ perceptions toward GeoGebra features were at a
moderate level (M = 3.53). Teachers’ perceptions toward the basic construction of geometry and
the transformation angle were at a high level, with a mean of 3.85 and 3.78. Teachers’
perceptions toward coordinates and equations, functions and exporting of images were at a
moderate level, with a mean of 3.57 and 3.59. The findings indicate that teachers have positive
perceptions toward the use of GeoGebra.

5. Topic: Mathematics Attitudes in Computerized Environment

Author: Ines M Gomez-Chacon

Year of Publication: 2012

Reason: To determine relationship between the computerized environment regarding geogebra as


integrating software and students’ attitude toward math

Findings: The results reveal significant aspects of attitudes toward math and technology as well
as certain cognitive emotional processes that may be useful for teachers integrating software
such as GeoGebra into their class curriculum.

6.Topic: Geogebra as a conceptual tool for Modeling real world problems

Author: Nicholas G. Mousoulides

Publication: 2011

Reason: How GeoGebra enriches students’ exploration and understanding when solving
mathematic

Findings: Results showed that students developed a number of sophisticated models for
adequately solving the problems. Results further revealed that GeoGebra’s environment assisted
students in broadening their explorations and visualization skills, modeling the real world
problems, and making connections between the real world and the mathematical worldal
problems.

7. Topic: Visualization through dynamic Geogebra illustrations

Author: Erhan Selcuk Haciomeroglu

Year of Publication: 2011

Reason: To provide pedagogical strategies and discuss ideas about teaching mathematics using
GeoGebra that promotes effective use of visualization in a technology-integrated dynamic
environment.
Findings: The impact of Geogebra use on participants’ attitudes toward math teaching and
important of collaborative work in GeoGebra integrated teacher education courses.

8. Topic: Use of GeoGebra in Primary Math Education in Lithuania: An Exploratory


Study fromTeachers’ Perspective

Authors: Inga ŽILINSKIENĖ, Muhammet DEMIRBILEK

Publication: 2011

Reasons: To examine the reasons/factors affecting tea-chers’ decision to utilize GeoGebra and
particularly learning objects prepared by using GeoGebra in their teaching process.

Findings: Results demonstrate that the main factors influencing GeoGebra use in primary
education are: and Lithuanian language meets a learning objective/meaningfulness, suitability for
students considering their age/various difficulty levels, contains the interactive tasks.

9.Topic: Influence of Geogebra on problem solving strategies

Publication: 2011

Author: Núria Iranzo and Josep Maria Fortuny

Reason: To offer didactical knowledge in order to understand the ways in which the use of
dynamic geometry software can help promote argumentation abilities in secondary school
geometry.

Findings: Use of Geogebra influenced students’ resolution strategies, but this influence depend
on the given task and the types of students. They also observed the use of GeoGebra fosters a
more geometrical thinking in the context of the given tasks. Thy found that the use of GeoGebra
helped the students construct multiple representations of geometrical concepts and helped them
avoid algebraic obstacles to focus on geometrical understandings

10. The Effects of GeoGebra on Math Achievement: Enlightening coordinate Geometry

Authors: Royati Abdul Saha, Ahmand Fauzin Mohd Ayub, and Rohani Ahmand Tarmizi

Year of Publication: 2010

Reasons:

a. To identify differences in the mean posttest scores between students utilizing GeoGebra
and conventional instruction.

b. To identify differences in the mean posttest scores of students utilizing GeoGebra and
conventional instruction among high visual-spatial ability (HV) students.
c. To identify differences in the mean posttest scores of students utilizing GeoGebra and
conventional instruction among the low visual-spatial ability (LV) students.

Findings: This finding shows the high on spatial visualization ability (HV) students in GeoGebra
group have a better score compared to the control group but it was not significant. Nevertheless
in combination of low on spatial visualization ability (LV) students, there was a significant
difference between mean performance scores of the control group compared to GeoGebra group.
LV students in GeoGebra group performed significantly better than control group. It showed that
GeoGebra provides students in various visualization ability levels to learn geometric concepts
and to explore relationships easily.

11.Topic: Pre service teachers' usage of dynamic mathematics software

Authors: Mehmet Bulut and Neslihan Bulut

Publication :2010

Reasons: To study about math eduation and dynamic math software

Findings: Most of the pre service teachers of Math (%97) were using successfully basic
computer facilities because of computer courses taken before. So they can easily use mouse and
keyboard for entering commands input. Also pre service teachers of math know basic algebraic
and geometric commands of Geogebra for constructing geometric figures. In addition they stated
that they were able to design web pages with Geogebra applications for interactive dynamic
worksheets.

On the other hand pre service teachers of math preferred to use integrate pictures to background
of worksheets for connect geometry to real life examples.