*iGeom*
This is an exemple of how to introduce *Interactive Geometry*
with *iGeom*. Its target are classes of students that already know the basic constructions of Geometry,
for instance, how to construct a midpoint using ruler and compass.
This material has been used at
LEM with
K-12 math students and teachers.
**Lessons** |
**Subjects** |
**Lesson 1** |
Introduction to *iGeom* and interactive geometry |
**Lesson 2** |
Basic constructions related to *notable point*:
angles, midpoint, perpendicular bisector; bisector; right triangle; square quadrilateral. |
**Lesson 3** |
Minimal distance: problems which solution use the isometries reflection and translation |
**Lesson 4** |
Minimal distance: problem which solution use the rotation isometry |
**Lesson 5** |
Classical *notable points*: centroid; circumcenter; orthocenter; incenter. |
**Lesson 6** |
Extensions of *notable points*: Ceva's theorem; Euler's line and Napoleon's theorem. |
**Observation:** *iGeom* do not use the "drag-and-drop" pattern, in order to reduce
stress-related muscle tension, reducing harm with the intensive use of the software.
So, usually you need to click the construction button, them click the drawing area (or some object).
Click here to get all source file for these exercises.
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