Introducing an exclusive preview of EducationCity’s brand new and first programming tool at Bett 2013, Code Crunch.
- Can be used to support the current and the proposed National Curriculum for Mathematics
- Elicits students’ creative thinking and problem solving skills
- Can be used to support the draft ICT curriculum
“If you really want to check you understand math then write a program to do it.”
To access a live link to Code Crunch, click here or even better, visit our stand for a demonstration and join James Lison, our Code Crunch Producer and Rob Ellis, Educational Consultant for our Programming – It’s Child’s Play presentation, Thursday 31st Jan at 12.30pm, Stand D300. Limited edition mugs are up for grabs for attendees whilst stocks last!
*Strategic and International Director, Wolfram Research and proponent of the reform of mathematics education through greater use of information technology