An application with webMathematica
There have been many technological dawns in the last 30 years, during which the desktop computer and the Internet have been developed. The importance of Internet in education, particularly using its Web is a well-recognized fact. A wealth of resources and techniques now exist which serve as a source both for exciting examples of new teaching practices, as well as easily accessible methods for adoption into various formats of teaching and learning. Internet technology allow teachers and students keep up with their minds. It let them try their ideas as soon as they come up with them. Generally, students appreciate the convenience, choice, and flexibility that an online courses offers. Instructional designers value the standardized framework and flexibility. WebMathematica is a web-based technology developed by Wolfram Research that allows the generation of dynamic web content with Mathematica. With this technology, the distance education students should be able to explore and experiment with the mathematical concepts. In this paper we will elucidate the pedagogical issues in the application of Hamiltonian systems in the webMathematica for the distance learning environment and the shape of the future "classroom" as well as relevant educational strategies towards improving mathematics education.