Computer-based mathematics education | Wikipedia audio article

Computer-based mathematics education (CBME)
is an approach to teaching mathematics that emphasizes the use of computers.==Computers in math education==
Computers are used in education in a number of ways, such as interactive tutorials, hypermedia,
simulations and educational games. Tutorials are types of software that present
information, check learning by question/answer method, judge responses, and provide feedback. Educational games are more like simulations
and are used from the elementary to college level. E learning systems can deliver math lessons
and exercises and manage homework assignments.==See also==
ALEKS, a computer-based education system that includes mathematics among its curricula
Computer-Based Math, a project aimed at using computers for computational tasks and spending
more classroom time on applications Mathletics (educational software), a popular
K-12 mathematics learning program from 3P Learning

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