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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 in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
James Nicholson
At The Computer-Based 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 and physical 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 computer-based alternative to teaching freshman mathematics in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Bruce Schneider
In this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Bruce Schneider, Professor at the University of Toronto, shares how a computer-based curriculum in his large introductory statistics courses provides his students with hands-on problem solving experience.
Debra Woods
Debra Woods, Director of the NetMath program at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, shares her experiences with re-purposing how math is taught from classroom to online in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Conrad Wolfram
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.
Benjamin Koo
In this presentation from The Computer-Based 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 bring modern technology into his courses.
David Stern
David Stern, Lecturer at Maseno University, shares his thoughts on different countries' mathematical cultures and how Computer-Based Math™ematics can move math education forward around the world in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Simon Walsh
In this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Simon Walsh, Managing Director of Maths Doctor, shows how his company is providing e-tutoring in maths and physics to students throughout the UK and discusses some of his future goals.
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 Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Rupa Chilvers
Rupa Chilvers offers insights on how her organization, Forward 25 Careers, engages the disenfranchised with computer-based learning in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Bruce Dickson
Bruce Dickson, a retired schoolmaster, shares his personal success stories for engaging the disenfranchised with Computer-Based Math™ during this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Deborah Donnelly-McLay
Deborah Donnelly-McLay, an airline pilot and professor of aviation, shares her views on how to transform STEM education, especially for children and women, through Computer-Based Math™ and enhanced learning activities in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Kyle McCormick
Kyle McCormick, an attorney and math professor, shares some examples of his approach to computer-based learning in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Cristina Luminea
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Cristina Luminea, Founder and Managing Director of ThoughtBox, shares her thoughts about the role games, competitions, and other new modalities for learning will play in the future of STEM education.
Richard Lissaman
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Richard Lissaman, Deputy Programme Leader of Further Mathematics Network, shares his thoughts about the role games, competitions, and other new modalities for learning will play in the future of STEM education.
Maria Droujkova
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Maria Droujkova, Director of Natural Math, shares her thoughts about the role games, competitions, and other new modalities for learning will play in the future of STEM education.
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 Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
Eddie Wilde
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Eddie Wilde, Qualifications Team Manager at Oxford Cambridge and RSA Examinations (OCR), discusses how assessment will work for Computer-Based Math™ematics.
Charlie Stripp
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Charlie Stripp, Chief Executive of Mathematics in Education and Industry, discusses the impact of assessment on classroom practices and shares some ideas on moving toward a Computer-Based Math™ematics curriculum.
Tom Button
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Tom Button, Student Support Leader for the Further Mathematics Support Programme at Mathematics in Education and Industry, talks about introducing Computer-Based Math™ematics within the current assessment system and the importance of involving teachers in developments.
Douglas Stein
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011, Douglas Stein, Vice President of Product Development and Innovation at Educational Records Bureau, discusses how assessment can change with the move to computer-based learning.
Douglas Butler
Douglas Butler, director of the iCT Training Centre in the UK and lead author of the math software Autograph, shares his views on how to bring mathematics topics into the mainstream and implement the change to computer-based learning in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.
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 change to computer-based learning in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit 2011.