The ATM have posted a new public resource
which discusses the impact that computer algebra languages and systems
(CALS) are having on learning and teaching mathematics.
ATM have convened a working group of members and other experts drawn from mathematics education both university and pre-university, technology vendors and mathematics education research to update this 1995 booklet..
A special session is planned for ATM Conference on Tuesday 11 April at 14:00-15:30
Visit ATM to reserve a day delegate place.
(the illustration shows a learner using a CALS system to compose a successor and predecessor function for a user defined datatype that models the Cuisenaire-Gattegno "staircase" (c) Sociality Mathematics CIC, MMXVII. Learner aged 6 after 4 terms of The Primary Mathematics