Conrad Wolfram opens the 2012 Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit by sharing his thoughts on the growing need to deliver Computer-Based Math education worldwide.
Panelists at The Computer-Based Math Education Summit 2012 discuss the importance of math in society and how it has changed.
Panelists share their experiences with the growing need for math and STEM in their fields.
Martin Hadley shares insights on the state-of-the-art technology that will help make the move to computer-based learning.
Panelists at The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011 discuss the importance of math in society and how it has changed.
A panel of educators share examples of how they integrate technology into their courses.
Panelists offer their thoughts on the role games, competitions, and other new modalities for learning will play in the future of STEM education.
This presentation from The Computer-Based Math Education Summit 2011 offers an exam board's perspective on the state of mathematics education and the need to make learning relevant.
Panelists share insights on some of the state-of-the-art technology they're involved in that will help make the move to computer-based learning.
Panelists offer insights on their success with engaging the disenfranchised with computer-based learning.
Conrad Wolfram, Founder of computerbasedmath.org, and Jon McLoone, Content Director of computerbasedmath.org, work through some common objections to Computer-Based Math education at The Computer-Based Math Summit 2011.
Panelists debate where to draw the line between hand calculating and using computers for mathematics and mathematics education. The panel includes Bruce Carpenter, Joel Aufgang, Hang Kim Hoo, David Wees, and moderator Jon McLoone.
Panelists present their views on how to implement the change to computer-based learning now and heading into the future.
Panelists talk about the impact of assessment on classroom practices and share some ideas on moving toward a computer-based mathematics curriculum.
Mathematical skills are growing in importance in all areas of industry. In the following video presentations, panelists share their experiences of the growing need for math and STEM in their fields.
Panelists discuss the role of government in the future of STEM education.
Panelists share their experiences of how mathematics education is different in different cultures and offer some directions forward.
Conrad Wolfram, Founder of computerbasedmath.org, concludes The Computer-Based Math Education Summit with some closing remarks and actions for advancing the computer-based learning movement.
Some of The Computer-Based Math Education Summit attendees share their thoughts on the discussions and debates that took place at the event, as well as future directions.