Wolfram's ever-expanding portfolio of products and resources helps teachers create an interactive classroom experience to engage students in active learning, increase their understanding of STEM and STEAM concepts and prepare them for careers in engineering, biology, medicine, economics, finance and more.
Use the breakthrough Wolfram Language to introduce students to the power of modern computation—and enable a new generation of student projects and achievement.
Access over 100,000 pre-built interactive examples and code snippets and then learn how to create your own.
Create lesson plans that mix text, graphics, code and more.
Let your students self-test with automatic problem generation—and get tutor-quality step-by-step solutions.
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Fields and Subjects
Art, Design and Music
Create interactive visual art, algorithmic music and 3D printouts—learning geometric layout and modeling, image manipulation, color theory and music theory.
Illustrate principles of biology with real-world data and compelling interactive models and visualizations—and give your classes a streamlined way to collect and analyze data.
Use built-in chemical databases to instantly visualize 3D molecular structures—generating step-by-step solutions to chemistry problems and analyzing experimental measurements.
Introduce students to a real-world programming language with which they can create sophisticated programs, apps and games using code that is typically a lot simpler and shorter than Java, C++ or Python.
Explore weather, earthquakes, minerals, astronomy and geography with compelling visualizations featuring Wolfram's deep and up-to-the-minute data.
Teach physics with interactive visualizations and real-world data—analyzing and graphing directly from lab equipment, cameras, etc.
Make math dynamic with powerful interactive visualizations, real math notation, step-by-step solutions and automatic problem generation.
Immediately analyze and visualize data—illustrating the principles of statistics with interactive demonstrations, exact algebraic results and built-in access to real data.
Products for Teaching and Learning
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Make STEM and STEAM interactive and engaging with the tool of choice for teaching and learning STEM for over three decades. Mathematica lets you compute and visualize just about anything, and create interactive models that deepen understanding of classroom concepts.
Wolfram Programming Lab
Teach not only coding but also broad STEM skills with the Wolfram Language. Students can use tiny amounts of immediately readable code to create programs that involve real-world data, generate impressive graphics and explore an immense range of computational topics.
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Teaching Computational Thinking
Computer-Based Math™ »
Let's fix math education so it truly reflects today's real-world subject of math through computational thinking. Are you inspired to be part of this major change to math education?
Introduce Computational Thinking »
ComputationalThinking.org can help you develop custom computational thinking problem-solving modules, deliver computational thinking courses, and train teachers on Wolfram technology and computational thinking approaches.
Looking for suggestions for teaching materials and other resources to enhance your classroom?
Wolfram Demonstrations Project »
Thousands of open-code interactive Demonstrations implemented in the Wolfram Language.
Wolfram Language Code Gallery »
Code examples covering a variety of fields, programming styles and project sizes.
Wolfram Language in the Classroom »
A series of blog posts and downloadable lessons on using the Wolfram Language in the classroom.
An Elementary Introduction to the Wolfram Language »
Stephen Wolfram's online book introduces the Wolfram Language and modern computational thinking—no prior knowledge of programming is required.