FE News has a webchat with Conrad Wolfram, strategic director and European CEO at Wolfram Research, and founder of computerbasedmaths.org 

He talks about the future of Maths training in Further Education, particularly how to make it more engaging and ensure more students are job ready. He explains how some use of Maths to calculate problems in FE is more complex than degree-led calculations.

Click on the video below to hear more about the future of Maths in FE, and how to make it more engaging for learners and more relevant for employers:

Visit the upcoming Computer Based Maths Summit and see the poster / resource that Wolfram mentions to help engage students and teach them how to use computer-based systems to calculate real life problems.


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