The aim of Geocadabra is to enable all drawing exercises from first form up and until the final levels of ordinary education, advanced education and scholarship education. The programme especially focuses on drawing that is too complicated or too unclear for a simple blackboard or a graphic calculator and is ideally suited when further exploration of a maths problem is required. Geocadabra can be set up to suit the needs of pupils in ordinary education, the first two years of advanced and scholarship education and those pupils in the final years of advanced and scholarship education. This way, while using the programme, only advanced pupils will encounter the more elaborate commands and applets.

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