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"The scene is a school in Southall, where a computer game that teaches maths is being used in a trial scheme. It is claimed that the programme could eventually replace teachers for some classes.
Called Manga High, the software is designed to look like a normal game, and features colourful graphics, sound effects and music. Pupils must solve a series of mathematical puzzles."
"Mathematics...Maths... Math. You say this word in front of anybody , he/she would like to say something about it. Here on this network we would be talking about Mathematics...Good or Bad ."
"Internet games can boost children's interest in mathematics, says a footballing Oxford University professor who plays wearing the prime number 17 and uses dance to prove theorems.
Marcus du Sautoy says there is "a real crisis" in maths education in English secondary schools, attended by pupils aged 11 to 16, where he says initially enthusiastic pupils "lose interest and become bored."
His response is a glitzy maths website that uses arcade-style games to teach children curriculum topics such as geometry and quadratic equations."
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