Florida GeoGebra Conference, 2019

 presented by

The Department of Mathematical Sciences, Florida Atlantic University

Broward County Public Schools

Friday, February 15th, 2019
Pompano Beach Senior High School)

Saturday, February 16th, 2019
(Florida Atlantic University)

Register Now!


The aim of the Florida GeoGebra, 2019 Conference is to serve as a forum for teachers, researchers, and innovators to exchange ideas and present pedagogical and mathematical examples of best classroom practices using GeoGebra.  The Florida GeoGebra Conference will be held Friday, February 15, 2019, at Pompano Beach Senior High School located in Pompano Beach, Florida and on Saturday, February 16, 2019, at Florida Atlantic University located in Boca Raton, Florida.

GeoGebra, 2019 conference participants will learn the latest innovations and uses of GeoGebra in active student-centered, discovery-based learning.  Teachers will learn about the latest web-based GeoGebra educational materials.  Finally, teachers will create active student-centered, discovery-based lessons using GeoGebra resources for the classroom.  All teachers attending Florida GeoGebra, 2019 will receive a "Certificate of Participation"  after the conference.  

What is GeoGebra?

GeoGebra is an Open Source and Free software for learning and teaching mathematics used at all levels of education from early school grades to colleges and beyond. GeoGebra won many software awards and is used around the globe (more at www.geogebra.org). GeoGebra serves as a tool for researchers and educators to introduce innovation in the teaching both at school and university level.

Who should attend?

  • Middle school and high school science and mathematics teachers
  • College and university professors of mathematics
  • Science and math education and technology specialists

Important Dates

Florida Geogebra Conference, 2019: February 15 & 16, 2019

Lat Day to register is Wednesday, February 13, 2019


Friday (only) $25.00
Saturday, February 16th (only) $25.00
Friday, February 15th and Saturday, February 16 (both days) $40.00

Registration includes lunch, hot and cold beverages all day!  

Lat Day to register is Wednesday, February 13, 2019 


The Keynote Speaker:



Dr. Markus Hohenwarter
Professor of Mathematics and Director of the Institute for Didactics of Mathematics,
Linz, Austria                                                                                                                                                                             

Markus Hohenwarter is an Austrian mathematician and professor at the Johannes Kepler University.  He is the director of the Institute for Didactics of Mathematics.  As part of his university education (Applied Computer Science and Mathematics Teaching) he developed the mathematical teaching software GeoGebra, which has been awarded numerous software awards in Europe and the United States (Tech Award). Hohenwarter taught at a grammar school and worked in numerous teacher training projects in Austria, England and the USA. After his dissertation at the University of Salzburg (2006), he worked at Florida Atlantic University and Florida State University . On 1 February 2010 he became a university professor at the Institute for Didactics of Mathematics at the JKU Linz.  His research focus is the use of technology in mathematics education.  

GeoGebra Apps Replacing Calculators and Leading Innovation

The suite of GeoGebra Apps has grown quite a bit and now includes our scientific calculator, graphing calculator, CAS calculator, and geometry tool which are starting to replace traditional calculators world-wide even in exams. Furthermore, I will show our brand new GeoGebra Notes app for interactive whiteboards as well as our innovative Augmented Reality apps allowing to put abstract 3D objects into the real world.

GeoGebra Classroom Resources and Sharing Platform

In this presentation, I will discuss the newly structured GeoGebra classroom resources platform including topic pages and elements of a social network for mathematics teachers with only one goal: to make it easier to find great free resources for learning and teaching among more than 1 million interactive activities and books on the GeoGebra website.





Tim Brzezinski
Mathematics Education Consultant, Mathematics Teacher and Accredited GeoGebra Trainer and Author

Tim Brzezinski is a full time Independent Mathematics Education Consultant, Mathematics Teacher, and Accredited GeoGebra Trainer and Author (Brzezinski Math).  He is a former FT High School Mathematics Teacher (Berlin High School, CT) w/15 years experience (2002 - 2017) and PT Mathematics Instructor (Central Connecticut State University) w/15 years experience (2002 - 2017).    Mr. Brzezinski facilitates active and engaging GeoGebra professional development workshops for Mathematics Teachers and Administrators worldwide.  In these workshops, he demonstrates how GeoGebra can serve as an powerful platform that effectively fosters active, student-centered, differentiated discovery-based learning, meaningful remediation, and ongoing formative assessment.  Mr. Brzezinski also continues to author interactive GeoGebra resources for Mathematics Teachers worldwide.  He also creates interactive GeoGebra content for publishers and other ed-tech companies seeking to accompany their curricula with such material. Tim is also a non-professional magician and enjoys spending lots of time with his wife and their three young energetic children.   Twitter: @dynamic_math Facebook: Brzezinski Math Instagram: brzezinski_math 

Florida Atlantic University Contact Information

Katarzyna Winkowska-Nowak

Department of Mathematical Sciences

777 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431

Purpose: To reach the GeoGebra advanced as well as novice users in order to strengthen the South Florida GeoGebra Community and share best GeoGebra practices.

Tentative Schedule

Friday, February 15, 2019 Daily Schedule

Saturday, February 16, 2018 Daily Schedule (FAU)

More Information:



Networking Opportunity!

Join friends and colleagues at
Flanigan's Seafood Bar and Grill,
Pompano Beach            


4:00 p.m.


Scientific Committee

Petra Surynkova 

Charles University
GeoGebra Institute of Prague
Czech Republic    

Katarzyna Winkowska-Nowak      Florida Atlantic University    kwinkows@fau.edu
Edward Knote Broward County Schools edwardknote@browardschools.com
Celina A. A. P. Abar GeoGebray Institute, Sao Paulo, Brazil    abarcaap@pucsp.br 
Sher Chhetri Florida Atlantic University achhetri2013@fau.edu
Ana Escuder Florida Atlantic University aescuder@fau.edu

Organizing Committee

Conference Director                                   Katarzyna Winkowska-Nowak, Geogebra (Institute of Poland and Florida Atlantic University) kwinkows@fau.edu

Conference Logistical Information               Maria Provost (Florida Atlantic University), mprovost@fau.edu

Driving Directions

Pompano Beach Senior high School (Map)


Florida Atlantic University
777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida  33431
Science and Engineering Building


Directional Map to FAU Campus

Florida Atlantic University Campus Map


Additional Driving Directions

COMING FROM THE NORTH: Take I-95 south; exit Glades Road and go east approximately one mile; FAU will be on your left. Upon entering the campus, follow signs for the Student Support Services Building. 

COMING FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-95 north; exit Glades Road and go east approximately one mile; FAU will be on your left. Upon entering the campus, follow signs for the Student Support Services Building. 

Directions from the Turnpike 

COMING FROM THE NORTH: Take the Turnpike south; exit at Glades Road and go east approximately 6 miles; FAU is located on your left. Upon entering the campus, follow signs for the Student Support Services Building. 

COMING FROM THE SOUTH: Take the Turnpike north; exit at Glades Road and go east approximately 6 miles; FAU is located on your left. Upon entering the campus, follow signs for the Student Support Services Building.

Parking Information

Friday, February 15, 2019
Pompano Beach High School LOT C


FAU participants: Please park your car at your regular space.

Non-FAU participants: Please park your car in the White Lot of Lot # 4. There are a few white spots in the very front (Lot #4) of SE43. If you don’t find a white space in Lot #4, please park in Lot #7, but make sure to park your car in white spaces only.


Friday, February 15, 2019:
Pompano Beach High School 
600 NE 13th Ave, Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Map for Pompano Beach High School

Saturday, February 16, 2019 
Florida Atlantic University
777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida  33431

Building SE43; Rooms SE 212, SE 215, SE 314 
Building GN, Room 101
Building PS; Rooms PS 109, PS 110

FAU Campus Map

For general inquiries please contact:

Katarzyna Winkowska-Nowak



Florida Atlantic University, Department of Mathematical Sciences, 777 Glades Road, Boca Raton, Florida  33431

Last modified: 2018.08.17