
Bruce Carpenter, Joel Aufgang, Jon McLoone, Hang Kim Hoo, David Wees Panelists debate where to draw the line between hand calculating and using computers for mathematics during The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011. 

Scott Gray Scott Gray, Director of Making Math at O'Reilly Media, demonstrates his approach to computerbased mathematics at The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011. 

Stephen Byrne Stephen Byrne, Director and Founder of the Heritage World Press, discusses his views on how touchscreen technology will change the future of mathematics education at The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011. 

Michael Borcherds Michael Borcherds, Lead Developer at the International GeoGebra Institute, demonstrates the organization's mathematics education software at The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011. 

Gary Bitter At The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, Gary Bitter, a Professor at the International Society for Technology in Education and Arizona State University, discusses what to look for in mathrelated apps and how they can enhance the teaching ... 

Mark Braley Mark Braley, an Education Training Consultant at Texas Instruments UK, shares his thoughts on how to develop mathematical understanding with the use of technology during The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011. 

Jon McLoone At The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, Jon McLoone, a member of the Technical Communication and Strategy Group at Wolfram Research, shares some ways to use Mathematica technologies in the classroom. 

Benjamin Koo In this presentation from The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, Benjamin Koo, an Associate Professor at Tsinghua University/Ningbo Polytechnic, shares stories of how he uses physical and digital spaces to ... 

David Stern David Stern, Lecturer at Maseno University, shares his thoughts on different countries' mathematical cultures and how computerbased mathematics can move math education forward around the world in this presentation from ... 

Simon Walsh In this presentation from The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, Simon Walsh, Managing Director of Maths Doctor, shows how his company is providing etutoring in maths and physics to students throughout ... 

Rosamund Sutherland Rosamund Sutherland, a Professor of Education at the University of Bristol, shares details of her research on using technology to support science and math education in Rwanda during The ComputerBased ... 

Tim Garry Tim Garry, Head of Mathematics at the International School of Aberdeen and Textbook Author for Pearson Publishing, shares examples of how he integrates handheld devices and computers into his teaching ... 

James Nicholson At The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, James Nicholson, Consultant for the SMART Centre at Durham University, shares his experiences developing data visualizations to support the teaching and learning of mathematical and statistical techniques in other courses, including social science ... 

John Perram John Perram, Professor at the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of New South Wales, explains how he developed a computerbased alternative to teaching freshman mathematics in this ... 

Bruce Schneider In this presentation from The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, Bruce Schneider, Professor at the University of Toronto, shares how a computerbased curriculum in his large introductory statistics courses provides his ... 

Debra Woods Debra Woods, Director of the NetMath program at the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign, shares her experiences with repurposing how math is taught from classroom to online in this presentation ... 

Conrad Wolfram Conrad Wolfram, Founder of computerbasedmath.org, concludes The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit with some closing remarks and actions for advancing the computerbased learning movement. 

James Tanton James Tanton, Director of St. Mark's Institute of Mathematics, examines how to implement the change to computerbased learning using the topic of quadratics in this presentation from The ComputerBased Math™ ... 

Alison ClarkWilson In this talk from The ComputerBased Math™ Education Summit 2011, Alison ClarkWilson presents the recommendations of a working group established by the Joint Mathematical Council of the UK to consider the ... 

Adrian Oldknow Adrian Oldknow, Emeritus Professor of mathematics and computing education at the University of Chichester, shares his views on the STEM skills crisis in the UK and how to implement the ... 