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WORKSHOP FOR MATHEMATICS TEACHERS
led by DOUGLAS BUTLER (UK)

at ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY
in the Science Education Complex A Building (Room 302)
Loyola Heights, Quezon City Philippines

1pm - 4pm TUESDAY 19th MAY 2015

PHOTO REPORT

Douglas Butler is
the creative founder of Autograph, a mathematics teacher and organiser of the TSM Workshops

Contact (email)




WHY AUTOGRAPH?

Why is Autograph different?

Autograph is widely used by teachers and students on PCs and Macs, in the UK and many other countries of the world, and a version for IOS and Android tablets is well under way.

Autograph can help to visualise key concepts through dynamic objects, with a straightforward and friendly user interface.

Autograph has been localised in 21 languages (including Arabic).

There are fabulous resources online (videos, data, images, tutorials) and files can be saved straight to HTML for viewing on the web.


Check out short videos on Autograph:

www.tsm-resources.com/videos


AUTOGRAPH home page
Autograph Resources and Tutorials



 

Visit the
AUTOGRAPH RESOURCES
on
CHARTWELL-YORKE'S
website




AUTOGRAPH WORKSHOP
at ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY

1pm - 4pm TUESDAY 19th MAY 2015

This was a unique opportunity to learn from the chief author of Autograph, and find out what makes Autograph so special!

12:00 noon software installation
13:00 Autograph for 11-16 year olds

14:30 break
14:45 Autograph for 16-19 year olds
16:00 depart


Check out short videos on Autograph:
www.tsm-resources.com/videos


AUTOGRAPH home page

Autograph Resources and Tutorials





 

AUTOGRAPH
for 11-16 year olds

This session covered graphing topics for the younger students.

The interface gives users time to explore and investigate using a controllable 'slow plot' feature, and animations are particularly effective because of the ability to control the step in real time.

Topics included the transformations of shapes and function, fitting mathematically interesting images, and some elementary data handling.

The tablet version is under development. Watch out for a sneak preview of this exciting new 'Cloud-based' Autograph.





AUTOGRAPH
for 16-19 year olds

With more advanced material, the possibilities for using controllable dependent objects are more effective.

We explored 2D topics from simple geometry to advanced functions, and 3D topics: transformations of shapes to surfaces, lines, planes, and volumes of revolutuion.

Autograph is particularly effective in the teaching of probability and statistics topics using real data.

Discrete and continuous probability distributions will also be explored, together with the creation of large data.



tsm-resources.com


AUTOGRAPH home page - Autograph Resources and Tutorials