Conrad Wolfram's vision for mathematics education

December 23, 2010, 8:00 am

A partial answer to the questions I brought up in the last post about what authentic mathematics consists of, and how we get students to learn it genuinely, might be found in this TED talk by Conrad Wolfram called “Teaching kids real math with computers”. It’s 17 minutes long, but take some time to watch the whole thing:

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Profound stuff. Are we looking at the future of mathematics education in utero here?

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