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Conrad Wolfram's ideas on math education.

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by Anna-Luise, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. A YouTube video

    Here's someone saying I'm doing it all wrong and I have to admit he knows more about maths than I do so maybe I should think about his ideas...
  2. Staffo

    Staffo New commenter

    He may not know as much about Maths EDUCATION as you do though!

    I like a lot of what he says, but bear in mind his interests are in the technological revolution and how it impacts Maths teaching, rather than Maths teaching per se. There are other perspectives to consider too.

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