With the breakthrough knowledge-based 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—learning not only coding, but also broad STEM skills. Q&A »
In the past, educators have had to choose between making programming easy and making it real. With the Wolfram Language there's no compromise any more: it's very easy, but very powerful, and real.
With its vast built-in knowledgebase, the Wolfram Language immediately allows students to create programs that relate to their everyday experiences and interests in the real world.
Graphics are ubiquitous in the Wolfram Language—so your students can always be making pictures, and engaging visually.
The Wolfram Language is set up to automate as much as possible—so programmers and students alike can concentrate on the concepts of what they are programming, not the low-level details of computer operation.
When you use the Wolfram Language, you can immediately expose your students to a remarkable range of modern programming concepts—all elegantly integrated into the language.
Because it's so high level and so automated, the Wolfram Language lets you show core computation concepts with tiny amounts of code, often just one or two built-in functions.
Because code in the Wolfram Language tends be so short and so simple, the language immediately lends itself to live classroom code writing—so your students can get a direct view of how code is created.
The Wolfram Language is automated—and robust—enough that students can readily do their own programming experiments with it, and make their own computational discoveries.
The Wolfram Language is a breakthrough in professional programming—so when students learn it, they're immediately learning frontier professional programming skills.
From its use in Mathematica for 25+ years, the Wolfram Language has been part of a remarkable range of inspirational programming success stories—often with results students will immediately know.
Whether it's from real-world data or from built-in math algorithms, programming in the Wolfram Language exposes students in an unprecedentedly clear way to a remarkably full range of STEM concepts.
With all its built-in knowledge and algorithms, the Wolfram Language gives you a great way to teach students math, geography, science, art—and even literature and more.
Wolfram Programming Lab uses the same technology as Wolfram|Alpha to enable natural language input—and let students start creating code just by writing English.
The Wolfram Language has burst onto the scene of programming education as a uniquely suitable first programming language for students to learn.
Any code—however small—can immediately be run in the Wolfram Language, so students can immediately see what any piece of code does.
Compelling 2D, 3D, and interactive graphics are built into the core of the Wolfram Language, so students can immediately get visual representations of things.
In the Wolfram Language, students need type only single commands to get sophisticated computations done—giving them an immediate sense of power in using the computer.
The Wolfram Language has instant access to the vast Wolfram Knowledgebase—as used in Wolfram|Alpha—so students can immediately bring real-world data into their programs.
With the free-form linguistics capabilities of the Wolfram Language, students can type pure English and get fragments of code—as easily as they can use Wolfram|Alpha.
Careful design and English-language-based naming conventions make Wolfram Language code uniquely easy to read—so students can learn from a diverse range of examples without being taught every detail first.
The automation of the Wolfram Language lets students immediately write code that computes; there's no need to declare variables or learn arcane ways to structure programs.
Wolfram Programming Lab is set up to conveniently deliver the power of the Wolfram Language to students in both individual and classroom settings.
Wolfram Programming Lab comes with an expanding collection of engaging Explorations that expose students to a range of topics and programming skills.
All Wolfram Programming Lab Explorations have additional educator information available, including answer keys for challenges, suggested classroom activities, and alignments with educational standards.
Wolfram Programming Lab is available on the web, so all you and your students need is a web browser; you don't need to do any configuration.
Wolfram Programming Lab is available not only on the web, but also natively on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers—providing students higher-performance interaction and longer computation times.
The interactive—and graphical—character of the Wolfram Language makes it an immediate hit for classroom demos. Show your students code in action and immediately get them engaged in creating their own.
Wolfram Programming Lab lets you create documents that seamlessly mix explanatory text with Wolfram Language code, so you can write your assignments directly in Programming Lab.
Join Wolfram Community online to meet other educators working with the Wolfram Language, as well as diverse professionals from around the world, ready to discuss your programming and education questions.
The Wolfram Language is bundled with the Raspberry Pi, so anything your students write in Wolfram Programming Lab can immediately be run on a Raspberry Pi.
Wolfram Research has been a leader in the educational software area for more than a quarter of a century—and Wolfram Programming Lab builds on the same highly polished deployment and support practices.