GeoGebra e moodle no ensino de geometria analítica
Lucas, Rodrigo Dantas de
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This work involves the construction of a virtual learning environment (AVA) on fundamental concepts of Analytical Geometry (GA) using GeoGebra resources to be applied in a room of the 1st year of a Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics from a private college. Throughout its history the teacher develops ways of presenting the ideas you want to convey and that is the essence of pedagogical reasoning. As a teacher of this subject, I note in my career and the exchange of experiences with other professionals, a common sense about the mechanization of techniques and lack of connection between algebra and geometry, as in this discipline. Reflecting, experiencing and telling me about this issue, I think much of this problem in a limited way that we present these ideas in our classes. The advent of information technology, especially software for dynamic geometry, can provide greater ease in viewing this connection. Motivated by the possibility of using dynamic geometry software in the teaching of GA, the use of Moodle to create an AVA and inspired by the discipline of Information Technology for Teaching Science and Mathematics, the curriculum component of the Masters in Teaching Professional Exact Sciences, idealized this work from the construction of the 3D viewer in GeoGebra and the creation of an AVA in Moodle. The AVA has been divided into four modules with the following basics of GA: points, vectors, lines and planes. These grounds were presented through Moodle resources in the form of theory, lesson and evaluation. The activities were conducted as semi-distance (in the computer lab school) and totally distance (in their students). We hope with this work is expanding the size that most students have to GA and the fundamental connection between algebra and geometry existing in this discipline, and encourage the use of technological resources as teaching tools.