Dynamic Geometry/Art in Mathematics Classroom

Mara Alagic and Diana Palenz
Renaissance Banff: Mathematics, Music, Art, Culture (2005)
Pages 531–535


This paper is our follow-up on the article Fostering Understanding of Mathematical Visualization [1]. It is focusing on mathematical visualization of two-dimensional geometric objects within the dynamic geometry environment. Furthermore, it attempts to bridge the gap (if one exists) between the geometry and art, suggesting dynamic geometry/art activities as central for students’ understanding of geometric transformations.