Recorded Online Webinars - Engineering Webinars, Math Education Webinars - Maplesoft


Recorded Webinars

In-depth information and demonstrations of Maplesoft products

Searching for the following webinars...

Language: All, Products: All , Tags: education , Segments: All


Enhance Faculty Experience and Skills using Maple in the 21st Century Classroom

Length: 36 Minutes
Presenter: Lance Gooden
Product: Maple

What role does faculty confidence and skills play in the use of a Computer Algebra System (CAS) in increasing student success in college calculus courses? In this webinar, Lance Gooden from Johnston Community College discusses his efforts to implement Maple within the classroom in the Calculus seque...

Maple Conference 2019 - Undergraduate Upper Division Quantum Mechanics

Length: 41 Minutes
Presenter: Scot A.C. Gould
Product: Maple

Undergraduate Upper Division Quantum Mechanics: An Experiment in Maple Emersion presented by Scot A.C. Gould at the Maple Conference 2019.

Maple Conference 2019 - The Creation of Animated Graphs to Develop Computational Thinking and Support STEM Education

Length: 37 Minutes
Presenter: Alice Barana, Alberto Conte, Cecilia Fissore, Francesco Floris, Marina Marchisio, and Matteo Sacchet
Product: Maple

The Creation of Animated Graphs to Develop Computational Thinking and Support STEM Education presented by Alice Barana, Alberto Conte, Cecilia Fissore, Francesco Floris, Marina Marchisio, and Matteo Sacchet at the Maple Conference 2019.

Exploring Engineering Fundamentals - Part 3: Introduction to Control Systems

Length: 28 Minutes
Presenter: Charlotte Blinston
Product: Maple,MapleSim

Engineering Fundamentals is designed to encourage students to explore and prepares them with a solid foundation in fundamental principles and physical laws. By gaining problem solving skills and an understanding of the basics, students are on their way to becoming analytical, detail-oriented, and cr...

Exploring Engineering Fundamentals - Part 2: Introduction to Vibrations

Length: 29 Minutes
Presenter: Charlotte Blinston
Product: MapleSim

Engineering Fundamentals is designed to encourage students to explore and prepares them with a solid foundation in fundamental principles and physical laws. By gaining problem solving skills and an understanding of the basics, students are on their way to becoming analytical, detail-oriented, and cr...

Estudando Equações para o Ensino Médio com Maple

Length: 42 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple

Nessa webinar, vamos estudar equações polinomiais, exponenciais, trigonométricas com Maple 16, focando nas propriedades básicas de cada função específica e fazendo portanto uma revisão geral nesses tópicos. Será um conteúdo...

Redefining Math Education with Clickable Math

Length: 55 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple

During this webinar, Dr. Lopez will demonstrate “resequencing of skills” made easy by Maple’s Clickable Math™ paradigm. Computer technology allows conceptual development to come before the acquisition of manipulative skills. Correctly used, it enhances understanding, generate...

Friday Specials!

Length: 55 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple

“Friday Specials!”: another great idea from one of the most creative math professors in the business. Professor Jack Weiner from the University of Guelph is renowned for his energy, creativity, and an effervescent style second to none. This Webinar will present one of his most effectiv...

Challenges and Solutions in Implementing Technolgy in Distance Education in (STEM) Programs

Length: 39 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple

Distance education programs have become a key dimension in collegiate education and society’s need for rich lifelong learning is demanding an ever higher quality in these programs. Of course, technology has been a major enabling factor in the growth of distance education. Innovative content de...

Now That Machines Do Math, What Do Teachers Teach?

Length: 57 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple

More and more the manipulation in mathematics is done by a machine and users are forced into using their energy in design and interpretation vs. past energy that was spent on “working the problem” How does that change teaching? You have to create grey box experiences that prepare student...