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Cliff Hastings
This screencast gives an overview of how to use existing resources, including "How tos" and Wolfram Demonstrations, to expand use of Mathematica in education.
Creating interactive models in Mathematica allows students to explore hard-to-understand concepts, test theories, and quickly gain a deeper understanding of the materials being taught firsthand. This screencast shows you how get started creating interactive models in Mathematica. Includes Chinese audio.
Cliff Hastings
Creating interactive models in Mathematica allows students to explore hard-to-understand concepts and test theories and to quickly gain a deeper understanding of the materials being taught firsthand. This screencast shows how to get started creating interactive models in Mathematica.
Eric Schulz
Mathematica's Assistant palettes provide point-and-click access to a range of Mathematica capabilities. This screencast gives an overview of Mathematica's Classroom Assistant Palette and how to use it on an electronic whiteboard.
Cliff Hastings
This screencast provides an overview of functionality in Mathematica 7 that makes it easy for educators to integrate into precollege, community college, and higher-education classrooms. It includes many examples of Mathematica's use for education that can be implemented immediately.
Get an introduction to the Wolfram Demonstrations Project, an expanding collection of freely available and interactive Demonstrations in math, science, and many other areas.
Cliff Hastings
This tutorial screencast encourages users to work along in Mathematica 6 as they learn the basics to create their first notebook, calculations, visualizations, and interactive examples.
Abby Brown
Mathematica gives students the power to manipulate interactive graphics and develop complex data models. High-school teacher Abby Brown shares the success she experiences by using Mathematica in her classroom.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly demonstrates the advantages of teaching with interactive lessons created with Mathematica.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly describes how easy it is for teachers to create 2D graphs with Wolfram Mathematica.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly describes how easy it is for teachers to create 3D graphs with Wolfram Mathematica.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly describes how easy it is for teachers to format Mathematica notebooks for use as notes, lectures, assignments, presentations, and slide shows.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly describes the benefits of teaching with interactive content created with Mathematica.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly demonstrates how Mathematica can be used for symbolic algebra and more.
Abby Brown
High-school mathematics teacher Abby Brown quickly demonstrates how Mathematica can be used for data and statistics analysis.