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Université du Luxembourg



Luxembourg, LU – Luxembourg



Yves Kreis



Ingo Schandeler



Carole Dording




The Educational Measurement and Applied Cognitive Science (EMACS ) research unit is a part of the Faculté des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l'Education (FLSHASE ) at the University of Luxembourg. The main focus of research is the TAO project developed in corporation with the CITI department of the Centre de Recherche Public Henri Tudor. TAO is the French acronym for Computer Based Testing (Testing Assisté par Ordinateur).

The TAO framework is an open-source project, which provides a very general and open architecture for computer-assisted test development and delivery. As upcoming evaluation needs will imply the collaboration among a large number of stakeholders situated at different institutional levels and with very different needs for assessment tools, the TAO framework has the ambition to provide a modular and versatile framework for collaborative distributed test development and delivery with the potential to be extended and adapted to virtually every evaluation purpose that could be handled by the means of computer-based assessment.

Yves Kreis studied mathematics at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland), completed the secondary school teacher accreditation in Luxembourg and finally attained his doctor's degree (Dr. paed.) under the guidance of his dissertation advisor Prof. Dr. Jens Holger Lorenz from the University of Education Ludwigsburg in the field mathematics education. He wrote his "Mémoire Professionnel'' and his "Travail de Candidature'' for his secondary school teacher accreditation over the integration of computer software in mathematics teaching. Yves Kreis is developer of GeoGebra since 2006. He will be leading the project GeoGebraPrim (adjustment of GeoGebra to the primary school) at the University of Luxembourg.

Ingo Schandeler has a DES in e-learning at form@sup Labset (University of Liège, Belgium). His scientific background is electronics engineer with specialisation in informatics. His main interests are e-learning, creation of pedagogic objects and computer assisted testing.

Three persons associated to Partner 6 provide fundamental knowledge of GeoGebra as well as content of high quality: Markus Hohenwarter earned master's degrees in computer science and mathematics education at the University of Salzburg (Austria). After completing the secondary school teacher accreditation in mathematics, psychology and computer science he attained his doctor's degree in mathematics education at the University of Salzburg. Markus Hohenwarter started the development of the free dynamic mathematics software GeoGebra as part of his master's and PhD theses. He is project leader and developer of GeoGebra since 2001. The new idea of GeoGebra to combine dynamic geometry, algebra and calculus in a free tool for mathematics education was rewarded by several international software awards, including the European Academic Software Award 2002, the German educational software award digita 2004 and an eTwinning award in the category Digital resources 2006. Currently, Dr. Hohenwarter is working as a post-doc at the department of Mathematical Sciences of Florida Atlantic University.

Andreas Meier teaches mathematics at the Sophie-Scholl-Realschule Weiden i.d.OPf. (Bavaria, Germany) and integrates new media and eLearning in his teaching. His website is a collection of more than 500 interactive dynamic learning environments for mathematics learning and teaching. The dynamic visualisations of geometric and algebraic legalities have been built with GeoGebra. The topic spectrum ranges from fractional arithmetic of 6th grade to trigonometry of 10th grade. All of the introductions and exercises are regularly tested in teaching mathematics. They are suitable for firm and infirm pupils so that an individual specific encouragement is provided.

Daniel Weiler is attaché à la Direction at the Centre de Technologie de l'Éducation (CTE ), a department of the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training , where he is in charge of the ongoing deployment of the national education portal mySchool! as well as related ICT and e-learning projects. The CTE provides access to numerous digital media and eContent to the whole education community in Luxembourg, acts as pedagogical service provider providing rich communication and collaboration tools and platforms through a single sign on portal experience and organizes training sessions, conferences and workshops related to ICT.