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Tom Button
In this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Tom Button discusses his role in developing a new advanced-level mathematics unit, which uses software for teaching, learning, and assessment.
Eddie Wilde
Eddie Wilde, a manager of the mathematics qualifications team at OCR, gives an overview of the use of technology in learning and assessing advanced-level mathematics in England and Wales in this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Conrad Wolfram
Conrad Wolfram closes the Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit with a wrap-up of insights gained at the event and future directions for the computer based mathematics movement.
Agneau Belanyek
Agneau Belanyek, a principal examiner at OCR, gives his perspective on where programming fits into mathematics education in this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Alan Mycroft
Alan Mycroft, a trustee of Raspberry Pi and professor of computing at the University of Cambridge, shares his views on where programming fits into education in this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Emma Mulqueeny
Emma Mulqueeny, CEO of Rewired State, discusses her efforts to teach kids to program and the importance of pushing the potential of the UK digital industry during her presentation at The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Sue Black
In this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Sue Black presents her thoughts on the importance of math and computer science in society and explains how she hopes her non-profit organization, The <goto> foundation, will promote computing within the general public.
Tim Oates
Tim Oates of Cambridge Assessment shares his views on the changing needs for math in society and the importance of transforming how children view the subject in this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Maggie Philbin
In this Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit presentation, Maggie Philbin describes how TeenTech, a program she founded to give teenagers a look at the wide range of science and technology careers, is changing views about the importance of math and STEM subjects.
Mike Ellicock
Mike Ellicock shares the vision of National Numeracy, a charity focused on increasing the level of mathematical thinking and understanding across the population of the United Kingdom, in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Dwayne Philip
Dwayne Philip shares his experiences with designing and leading the implementation of what is perhaps England's first and only blended-learning secondary school mathematics curriculum in this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Kjetil Idås
In this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Kjetil Idås gives an overview of the role technology played in raising his students' math scores.
Alison Clark-Wilson
Alison Clark-Wilson presents the details of EdUmatics, a European funded project with the aim to develop a resource for teaching secondary mathematics with technology, during this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Thomas Mawora
In this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Thomas Mawora gives an inside look at the success he's having with Kenya's only math camp, which introduces students and teachers to a computer-based approach to exploring mathematics.
Benjamin Koo
In this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Benjamin Koo, a professor at Tsinghua University, shares his experiences in developing a team-based learning program and offers advice on how to effectively lead students to adopt information and computational technologies in educational environments.
David Stern
In this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, David Stern offers his views on the future of a computer-based approach to math and statistics education in Kenya, where he's a lecturer at Maseno University.
David Vaccaro
David Vaccaro discusses his involvement in building a middle school curriculum and where computer based mathematics would fit in as part of this presentation at The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Josef Karthauser
In this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Josef Karthauser, co-founder of Dr Dots, shares his company's approach to creating educational software that not only teaches kids STEM subjects but also how to acquire content knowledge.
Nick Hodges
Nick Hodges, co-founder of Cauldron, gives insights on how the company is creating games and simulation environments to support STEM education in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Luc Barthelet
Luc Barthelet shares tips from his experience in creating video games as part of The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.
Michael Belcher
In this video from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, Michael Belcher leads a discussion with Jon McLoone on whether Computer-Based Math™ is winning over the critics.
Conrad Wolfram
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.
David Vaccaro
In this talk from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit, David Vaccaro shares his experiences in creating Computer-Based Math™ lesson plans. The presentation includes success stories from two of his students, who highlight the advantages they see in doing Computer-Based Math™ projects.
Martin Hadley
Martin Hadley demonstrates how Wolfram's state-of-the-art technologies can be used to advance Computer-Based Math™ education in this presentation from The Computer-Based Math™ Education Summit.