Effective Use of Technology in Mathematics by Natasha Awada, Dubai



December, 8th and 9th, 2017


UAE, Dubai,


Holiday Inn Barsha,
(special room rate for event)


595 USD if registration before November 1st, 2017.
650 USD if registration after November1st, 2017.
School: Register 5 teachers for the training and receive the 5th registration free

“Educational technology is making a modest difference in learning of mathematics. It is a help but not a break through.” (Cheung and Salvin, 2011, p:20)
This workshop is designed for teachers to explore “hands-on” activities to support inquiry in classroom. Participants will have a better understanding of how ICT may be used to enhance the teaching of Mathematics.

Natasha Awada

Natasha Awada has a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Mathematics and a Master degree in Education from Sunderland University. She has led the Math Department (DP & American Diploma) in Jeddah Knowledge International School for 7 years and taught the following curriculums for the last 13 years; DP Math Higher Level, DP Math Standard level, MYP Math and the IGCSE curriculum. Natasha is expert in a range of math software such as Autograph, Geogebra, Desmos and Graphic Display Calculators.

As a qualified International Baccalaureate Workshop Leader, Natasha has delivered numerous workshops in the Europe and Middle East region mainly in Dubai, Prague, Belgium, Germany, Vienna, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia. She is experienced in IB assessments and is currently taking part of the external curriculum review group for IB Diploma Mathematics based in The Hague.


Mathematics teachers – Middle to Secondary School (grades 9-12).

Participants will need to bring a WiFi enabled laptop with the latest version of GeoGebra installed

Day 1

08:30 – 09:00 Participants arrival

09:00 – 11:00 Session One

Graphing with Geogebra

  • To learn some basic and some more advanced graphing techniques with GeoGebra.
  • To construct dynamic geometrical objects.
11:00 – 11:30 Break

11:30 – 01:00 Session Two

Transformation of Functions and Curve fitting with Geogebra:

  • To learn how dynamic geometry can be used to promote inquiry in Mathematics.
  • To insert images into a graph and find a mathematical model.
01:00 – 02:00 Lunch

02:00 – 03:30 Session Three

Modeling with Geogebra:

  • To learn how to use GeoGebra’s spreadsheet view to enter data.
  • To use functions and sliders to create an analytical model to fit that data, as well as a regression model generated by GeoGebra.

Day 2

09:00 – 11:00 Session Four

Exploring Functions with Ti-Nspire:

  • Graphing Functions
  • Graphing Transformation with Sliders
  • Modulus Transformations
  • Inverse Functions
  • Use of nSolve() function
11:00 – 11:30 Break

11:30 – 01:00 Session Five

Using TI-Nspire as a dynamic teaching and learning tool

01:00 – 02:00 Lunch

02:00 – 03:30 Session six

Think outside the Box

  • To create your own logo, favorite cartoon character, picture, ….by exploring conics with Desmos.

Certificates of Attendance will be issued to participants who have taken part in all sessions. Please make sure your personal information is correct in the registration form.