What's New---All New Collaboration Feature for Multiple iPads---
New interactive collaboration mode provides sharing of the application workspace between a teacher and a student or between students working together on a task. The multi-viewing mode allows teachers to simultaneously view the workspace of up to 30 students at a time. This collaboration mode supports two or more iPads running Interactive Geometry on a local wireless network.
- Added quick switching for left and right menus
- Added separate breakout tabs for HowTo, Skills, Stats, Terms, and Help screens
- Added axis position reference lines to more quickly help the user identify their location on the grid when dragging a shape point.
- Fixed several bugs in the previous version and increased the displayed values for some labels.
App DescriptionInteractive Geometry is a friendly, intuitive and easy-to-use math application for teaching and understanding basic and advanced geometry related skills and lessons. This application contains howto's for step-by-step learning and understanding of many key math concepts, a skills checker to help track your understanding of the material, shape recognition indicators when special shapes and conditions are created, and an interactive workspace sharing mode between iPads.
This application is used in the classroom and at home to learn and understand basic and complex math equations and skills associated with points, lines, rays, segments, single and pair of angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, ellipses, circles and more. These geometric shapes can be changed by dragging points/shapes or by manually entering parameters associated with the given shape.
The interactive nature of the program allows the student to see and better understand math concepts, relationships, and properties of a geometric shape when they dynamically move points on the shape. You can show and define point and shape reflections across a reference line, move points freely, rotate points about a reference point, and move points linearly (translate) parallel to a reference line.
This program is used as a tool to compare and measure the length, slope, angles, and areas of objects located in reference images displayed on the background. Load images for display on the background or take a snapshot (iPad 2 or newer) of an item around you for display on the background. You can then select the line segment, angle or other shapes to measure lengths, angles, and areas of the items in the background image. Shape stats such as angles, lengths, slopes, and more can be viewed using the stats screen or by touching on the labels associated with the points and lines of each shape.
Student-Teacher Mode - Interactive workspace sharing between two systems and viewing of multiple systems
Toggle coordinate, angle, side and area labels
Selectable length, slope and y-intercept values for segment labels
Step-by-step how-to instructions for many key concepts
Overlay visuals on geometric shapes for how-to support
Skills check for tracking understanding
Drop-down geometric shape definitions
Light-up geometric shape recognition
Save and load shape positions and coordinates.
Loadable background images for visual reference and measurement
Use iPad’s camera for direct capture and relative measure of objects around you
LESSONS and CONTENT
Understanding the XY axis, origin, coordinates and quadrants
Find point location and distance from origin
Creating Lines, Ray and Segments
Positive, Negative Slope
Horizontal, Vertical Lines
Slope Intercept Form
Point Slope Form
Finding parallel and perpendicular lines
Finding distance between point and line
Equations for Lines, Rays and Segments
Finding segment mid-points and lengths
Measuring length and size of objects on background images
Acute, Right, Obtuse, Straight, Reflex Angles
Creating and measuring angles
Finding Angle Bisect
Conversion between Degrees and Radians
Adjacent, Complementary, Supplementary, Linear Pair, Vertical Angles
Legs of Angle
Interior, Exterior Angles
Acute, Obtuse, Right, Oblique, Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene Triangles
45-45-90, 30-60-90, 3-4-5 Triangles
Finding Triangle Height using any side as base
Area of Right Triangles
Area of Any Triangle using Base-Height Method and Box Method
Finding Triangle Perimeter, Centroid, Circumcenter, Incenter
Defining Triangles using angles and side lengths
Quadrilaterals, Squares, and Rectangles
Parallelograms and Rhombus
Trapezoids and Kites
Area of Convex Quadrilaterals
Finding bi-median lines of a quadrilaterals
Finding the Varignon Parallelogram
Finding Circle and Ellipse Circumference, Area, and Focus Points
Creating Chords, Radius, Diameters, Tangents and Secants
Reflections, Rotations, Translations
September 26, 2014 New version 3.0.0
January 29, 2014 New version 2.3.0
September 16, 2013 New version 2.2.0
May 23, 2013 Price Decrease: $2.99 -> FREE!
May 22, 2013 New version 2.1.0
April 22, 2013 Initial Release