GeoGebra Institute Events

As part of our ongoing commitment to GeoGebra training and support, we are offering the following professional development opportunities for both pre-service and in-service teachers.

Current Events

Fall 2019 events coming. Stay tuned.

Parking and Campus Map

Parking is available in the Wintergreen Avenue Garage (#38 on campus map). The workshops will be held in Engleman Hall (#11 on campus map). From the garage, walk down Wintergreen Avenue and across the pedestrian bridge, then past the library to Engleman Hall. Handicapped parking is available directly in front of Engleman Hall.

Getting to Campus from Union Station

From Union Station, you can either take a taxi or use the SCSU off-campus shuttle. The SCSU shuttle is free of charge and operates on a fixed schedule. If you plan to use the shuttle, please send an email request to to reserve a seat.

Past Events


August 22, 2017:

Beginner Workshop

1:00 - 4:30   Introduction to GeoGebra. No presumed knowledge of GeoGebra. Registration fee is $15 and includes a light snack. Seating is limited to 15, so don't delay.

Intermediate Workshop

1:00 - 4:30   Algebra and Geometry. Basic knowledge of GeoGebra will be assumed. Registration fee is $15 and includes a light snack. Seating is limited to 15, so don't delay.

Registration for both workshops

Registration is closed.

Informational Flyer

Workshop announcement

AUGUST 16, 2016

Fourth Annual Southern Connecticut GeoGebra Conference

The GeoGebra Institute of Southern Connecticut is pleased to invite you to participate in its fourth annual conference. The conference will consist of several sessions with content suited to classroom teachers, university faculty, and others who may have an interest in GeoGebra. Topics will include algebra, geometry, statistics, probability, and calculus, and sessions will be geared to all levels, from introductory to expert. Our keynote speaker this year will be Dr. Doug Kuhlmann, former teacher at Philips Academy, Andover, MA.


Registration is closed. The fee for the conference will be $35 before July 25 and $50 starting on July 25. All presenters will pay a reduced fee of $17.

Conference Program Download