Incorporating Geogebra into Teaching Circle Properties at High School Level and it’s Comparison with the Classical Method of Teaching
Vesa Mollakuqe 1, Shpetim Rexhepi 1 * , Egzona Iseni 1
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1 Mother Teresa University, Skopje, NORTH MACEDONIA* Corresponding Author


The most influential books on geometry are those of Euclid called “Elements”. In our century, in addition to classical learning, various interactive software are used in teaching geometry. Among them, we can mention Geogebra.
GeoGebra is an interactive math measurement program that consists of teaching and learning from elementary to university level. This software is offered as a pedagogical and mathematical aid tool. GeoGebra helps in teaching math because using this software, students see different mathematical formulas, algebraic and geometric presentations.
In this paper, using GeoGebra software, the pedagogical, methodological, and statistical data into teaching circle properties are presented. The study involved 112 students. Of these 40% excellent, 35% average, 25% below average. The research aims to prepare high school students aged 15-18, from grades 1, 2, 3, and 4 in teaching, working, and explaining geometry through Geogebra software. Special emphasis is placed on the circle properties and their presentations.
This content includes the district tangent, the potency, the application of the circle in regular polygons with special emphasis on the inscribed, circumscribed circle in the equilateral triangle, and other important properties.


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Article Type: Research Article

INT ELECT J MATH ED, 2021, Volume 16, Issue 1, Article No: em0616

Publication date: 28 Nov 2020

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