Computer-Based Math is an educational project started by Conrad Wolfram in 2010 to promote the idea that mathematics education should make the greatest possible use of computers for performing computation leaving students to concentrate on the application and interpretation of mathematical techniques. Wolfram also argues that computers are the basis of doing math in the real world and that education should reflect that  and that programming should be taught as part of math education.
Wolfram contends that this approach is fundamentally different from most of the use of computers in the math classroom, whose role is to help to teach students to perform hand-calculations, rather than to perform those computations and is also distinct from delivery tools such as E-learning systems.
In 2010 the website www.computerbasedmath.org was set up to start developing a new curriculum and interactive digital learning materials to support it. It holds an annual conference.
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