Department of Mathematics, MIT ACS College,
Alandi, Pune.
Two day State Level Workshop on Mathematical Softwares:
Geogebra, SageMath and Scilab.
The Workshop is held under Regional Programmes of The Mathematics Consortium.

Introduction of Workshop:
 This workshop is especially focused on Mathematical Softwares: SageMath (System for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation), GeoGebra and Scilab for College/School teachers and students. These software are computer algebra systems (CAS) with features covering many aspects of mathematics and statistics.

SageMath:
 SageMath (previously Sage or SAGE, "System for Algebra and Geometry Experimentation") is a computer algebra system with features covering many aspects of mathematics, including algebra, combinatorics, graph theory, numerical analysis, number theory, calculus and statistics.

GeoGebra:
 GeoGebra is an interactive geometry, algebra, statistics and calculus application, intended for learning and teaching mathematics and science from primary school to university level. GeoGebra is available on multiple platforms with its desktop applications for Windows, macOS and Linux, with its tablet apps for Android, iPad and windows, and with its web application based on HTML5 technology.

Scilab:
 Scilab is a free and open source, cross platform numerical computational package and a high level, numerically oriented programming language. It can be used for signal processing, statistical analysis, image enhancement, fluid dynamics simulations, numerical optimization, and modeling, simulation of explicit and implicit dynamical systems and symbolic manipulations.

Aim:
 The aim of this workshop is to provide training in GeoGebra, SageMath and Scilab softwares.

Objectives:
 To give fundamental knowledge Mathematical Softwares: GeoGebra, SageMath and Scilab.
 To promote and encourage faculties and students to use Mathematical softwares.
 To give application based knowledge of different mathematical softwares.
 To develop methodology for teaching mathematics with mathematical softwares.
 To develop strategies to implement teaching methodologies.
 To produce innovative teaching modules using mathematical softwares.

Target audience/participants:
 Students / Faculties of Colleges and Schools / Researchers
 Expected Number of Participants: 40

Speakers:

Prof. Ajit Kumar, ICT, Mumbai.

Pref. S. A. Katre, Lokmanya Tilak Chair Professor, S.P. Pune University.

Schedule:
Time Day 
09:30am 
11:00 am 
11:15 am 
12:45 pm 
02:00 pm 
03:30 pm 
03:45 pm 
14 Dec. 2018 
Inauguration 
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Session 1 
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Session 2 
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Session 3 
15 Dec. 2018 
Session 4 
Session 5 
Session 6 
Valedictory 
 Expected Learning Outcomes:
 By the end of this workshop, participants will:
 Understand how to use the GeoGebra, SageMath and Scilab Software.
 Understand the applications of SageMath, Geogebra and Scilab software.
 Understand the importance of mathematical software.
 Help to increase student motivation and improve studentsâ€™ attitudes towards Mathematics.
 It will help teachers to develop innovative, challenging and exploratory teaching modules.

Registration Fee: (Including GST)

Rs. 400/ per participant for students without Accommodation.

Rs. 1200/ per participant for teachers/ Research Scholars without Accommodation.

Coordinator:

Mr. Pradip D. Pansare, Asst. Prof.

Mrs. Vijayalaxmi M.K. (HOD, Mathematics)

Dr. B.B. Waphare (Principal)