Most of the time dynamic math software in is used in in schools in a computer lab.
Then, usuallay the whole math lesson is devoted to it.
You are doing construction with sketchometry on the computer screen, you discover
geometric connections and you compare your results with the results of a partner.
Finally, you present your common results to the whole class.
Your work iss stored locally on your computer or laptop or you are sharing it over the cloud.
Think - Pair - Share
Think (I) - Individual work
Students familiarise themselves with the topic independently. They work out individual
relationships to their prior knowledge, explore initial ideas and test out their own
solution strategies. At the same time they identify personal gaps and barriers.
If the position of an initial object is changed, sketchometry adapts all dependend objects.
A construction is therefore an experiment. The computer is a lab.
Pair (You) - Learning with a partner
Exchange with a partner (e.g. the student who sits next). The roles alternate between
informant and listener. The partners ask if necessary, help each other in resolving
outstanding issues and discuss controversial points.
They jointly optimise the ways to a solution.
A common construction evolves.
Share (We) - Communication in the class team
The results will be presented and discussed in a class meeting.
A common result is developed from the presentations of all students.
Moderated and supplemented by the teacher, a complete solution of the problem