Abstract Submission

At our Global Gathering you will be able to share your ideas and experiences around GeoGebra with other participants.[br][br]You are now able to submit short abstracts for short talks in our sharing sessions.[br][br][color=#444444][b]Topics[/b][/color][br][list][*]Primary/Early Years Education[/*][*]Secondary and Senior Math[/*][*]Teacher Education[/*][*]Development & Integration[/*][*]Community & Partner[/*][*]Educational Research[/*][/list][br][color=#444444][b]Short Presentation Details[/b][/color][br][list][*]15 Minutes talk + 5 Minutes Discussion[/*][*]Please note that at this stage, you don't need to upload a paper or presentation slides. We recommend that you create a GeoGebra Book on the GeoGebra Materials Platform to use for your presentation. We will collect these GeoGebra Books later for our proceedings.[/*][/list]
[color=#444444][b][size=150]How to submit your Abstract[/size][/b][/color][br][list][*]Visit the [url=https://goo.gl/forms/1hvUDKjgDQFYTUXn1]Abstract Submission Form[/url] [br][/*][*]Enter your personal data and informations about your presentation[/*][/list][br][u]Note[/u]:[br][list][*]You have to enter your email address first, then you can add your personal data and the presentation details. After submitting the abstract a copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.[/*][*]If you would like to give more than one presentation, please fill in the [url=https://goo.gl/forms/1hvUDKjgDQFYTUXn1]Abstract Submission Form[/url] again. Note that co-authors don't need to fill in the form again with the same content. [br]Bottom line: one abstract submission = one presentation :-)[/*][/list]
Pendulum Wave Machine (Simulation)

Information: Abstract Submission