All Victorian secondary schools are now able to access the Wolfram software suite, thanks to a three-year agreement made with the Department. The Wolfram suite of products includes powerful learning tools across science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and is … Continue reading →
Our guest blogger this week is Erin Jackson from Kennington Primary School What is Mystery Skype? Mystery Skype is a game played through Skype between two classes. Each class aims to work out the location of the other class, by … Continue reading →
Conrad Wolfram Session: Free 27 May 2:30-3:30 at Bastow Mathematica is a powerful global computation system that can handle all the various aspects of technical computing–and beyond–in a coherent and unified way. It is industry standard software used in the … Continue reading →
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