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Take advantage of the free T³ webinar series featuring both live and on-demand webinars that show educators how to effectively use TI technology to build student understanding. These webinars are offered on a variety of topics, subject areas, and TI technology. They often feature free activities found on the TI Activities webpage.

Live webinars occur most Tuesdays during the school year and start at 8:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CT / 5:00 p.m. PT. All webinars are recorded and can be played at your convenience!. Webinars are 60 minutes in length.

A Certificate of Attendance will be provided after both live and on-demand completions of the webinars.

  • On-Demand

      Date Webinar Topic Panelists
      07/22/2014

      CCSS Content Shifts with TI Technology

      Level: All

      The Common Core State Standards have shifted some content from the high school curriculum to the middle grades curriculum, while adding new content to the high school curriculum. In this webinar, you will learn about specific content standards that are generally new to middle grades and Algebra 1 teachers, including topics in algebra, geometry and statistics. You will also learn about specific activities and resources that can support your transition to the new Common Core State Standards. Whether you are using the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators or TI-Nspire™ technology, see how TI Education Technology can support your CCSS implementation.
      Margaret Bambrick, Ruth Casey
      05/06/2014

      Create Your Own Dynamic Simulations for the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad®

      Level: All

      Lua is a powerful, fast scripting language that is supported by TI-Nspire teaching and learning technology. In this webinar, you will learn how to use the TI-Nspire™ software’s built-in Script Editor to create dynamic, interactive math and science programs that can be shared across the TI-Nspire™ family – including the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad®. Explore how to use the Script Editor to create and edit functions and algorithms to meet specific curriculum needs. See how Lua scripts enable programmers and content authors to create environments that can use images and graphics in a flexible way. Learn where to go for additional Lua resources, as well as how to connect with the TI-Nspire Lua community.
      Becky Byer
      Fred Fotsch
      04/29/2014

      Implementing the Common Core Mathematical Practices with the TI-Nspire™ CX Navigator™ System

      Level: All

      The TI-Nspire™ CX Navigator™ System offers enhanced opportunities for students to engage in the Common Core Mathematical Practices. In this webinar, see how free, classroom-ready content and CCSS alignment guides from Math Nspired can support your implementation of the Mathematical Practices. Explore how to use the Class Capture feature to model with mathematics and look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning. Learn how to use the Quick Poll feature to attend to precision and construct viable arguments and critique the reasoning of others. See how the TI-Nspire CX Navigator System is an effective tool for orchestrating effective classroom discussions.
      Katie England
      Jeff McCalla
      04/24/2014

      Getting Started with TI-84 Plus for Grade 8 TEKS

      Level: All

      Starting in the 2014-2015 school year, the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators will be allowed on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®) Grade 8 Mathematics Assessment. In this webinar, learn how the TI-84 Plus can support your transition to the new Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) by increasing students’ algebraic proficiency in Grade 8. Explore key features and skills on the TI-84 Plus, such as performing basic calculations, graphing a function, and graphing and analyzing a scatter plot. Learn how to locate and use FREE, classroom-ready activities where students develop mathematical models to analyze real-world problems and evaluate decisions.
      Michelle Rinehart
      Toni Norrell
      04/22/2014

      NCSM Great Tasks with TI Technology

      Level: All

      What is a “great task”? How is a great task used effectively in the classroom? Published by the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) with support from Texas Instruments, NCSM Great Tasks for Mathematics 6-12 provides opportunities for students to explore meaningful mathematics by challenging their thinking about essential concepts and ideas. Explore tasks that are aligned to the Common Core content standards with special attention given to the Common Core Mathematical Practices. Learn how tasks can be enhanced with the TI-84 Plus family and TI-Nspire™ technology to promote mathematical reasoning and active engagement for students of the 21st century.
      Connie Schrock,
      Jennifer Wilson
      04/15/2014

      Exploring Common Core Topics in Transformational Geometry with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      The Common Core State Standards place an added emphasis on transformational geometry, and students are now expected to investigate similarity and congruence through the lens of transformations. In the webinar, we will explore how TI-Nspire technology can help students better understand congruence in terms of rigid motions. See how premade, dynamic simulations can provide opportunities for students to predict the effects of a given rigid motion on a given figure. Learn how to cultivate students’ understanding of similarity in terms of similarity transformations. By investigating and verifying the properties of dilations, students can develop a deeper understanding of similarity.
      Dan Ilaria
      Steve West
      04/10/2014

      Getting Started with TI-Nspire CX for Grade 8 TEKS

      Level: All

      Starting in the 2014-2015 school year, the TI-Nspire™ CX graphing handheld will be allowed on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®) Grade 8 Mathematics Assessment. In this webinar, learn how the TI-Nspire™ CX handheld can support your transition to the new Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) by increasing students’ algebraic proficiency in Grade 8. Explore key features and skills on the TI-Nspire™ CX handheld, such as performing basic calculations, graphing a function, and graphing and analyzing a scatter plot. Learn how to locate and use FREE, classroom-ready activities where students develop mathematical models to analyze real-world problems and evaluate decisions.
      Michelle Rinehart
      Toni Norrell
      04/08/2014

      Data Collection with Vernier® Sensors and TI Technology

      Level: All

      Whether you are using the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators or TI-Nspire™ technology, you can collect and analyze data using over 50 sensors from TI and Vernier Software & Technology™. In this webinar, you will learn how to gather data with the TI-84 Plus using the Vernier EasyData™ app, the Vernier® EasyTemp™ USB temperature sensor and the Calculator-Based Ranger 2™ (CBR 2) motion sensor. You will then see how to collect and analyze data with the TI-Nspire handheld using the built-in Vernier DataQuest™ app, the EasyTemp and the Vernier Gas Pressure Sensor. Learn about multi-sensor data collection with the Calculator-Based Laboratory 2™ and the TI-Nspire™ Lab Cradle.
      Greg Dodd
      Jeff Lukens
      04/01/2014

      Exploring Common Core Topics in Middle Grades Statistics with the TI-84 Plus Family

      Level: All

      The Common Core State Standards have placed an added emphasis on statistics in Grades 6, 7 and 8. In this webinar, you will explore how the TI-84 Plus family can enhance key statistics topics across the middle grades curriculum. Learn how students can summarize and describe distributions by creating dot plots, histograms and box plots. Using pre-made activities, see how students can use random sampling to draw inferences about a single population and develop comparative inferences about two populations. Explore how scatter plots and dynamic lines of fit can be used to investigate patterns of association in bivariate data.
      Tammy Jones
      Stuart Moskowitz
      03/25/2014

      Strengthening Students’ Understanding of Fractions with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      As elementary and middle grades students develop an understanding the number system, they must have a strong concept of fractions as numbers. In this webinar, we will explore a series of dynamic, interactive TI-Nspire simulations that help students cultivate a deeper understanding of equivalence, ordering and operations with fractions. Using pictorial representations, students will learn how to use equivalence as a strategy to add and subtract fractions while they apply previous understandings of multiplication and division to fractions. See how TI-Nspire technology can better prepare students for later extensions of the number system, such as rational, irrational and complex numbers.
      Gail Burrill
      Tom Dick
      03/18/2014

      Modeling with Mathematics in the Common Core Algebra Classroom with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      In the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, “modeling with mathematics” is both a Mathematical Practice and a conceptual category in the high school content standards. In this webinar, we will explore classroom-ready algebra activities where students develop mathematical models to analyze real-world problems and evaluate decisions. Learn how to enhance students’ descriptive and analytic modeling proficiency with multiple representations, including tabular, graphical, algebraic, geometric and statistical representations. See how TI‑Nspire technology can support the basic modeling cycle outlined in the Common Core State Standards.
      Veronica Carlson
      Dan Ilaria
      03/18/2014

      TI Graphing Calculator Support for Texas 8th Grade Administrators

      Texas students in the 8th grade will be required to use a graphing calculator on the 2015 STAAR exam. The increased amount of algebra content in the grade 8 TEKS necessitates the use of graphing calculators in class, as well as on exams. What does this mean for your school?

      Join this webinar to find out answers to these questions:
      • Which graphing calculator is right for my school?
      • How can I prepare my teachers to use graphing calculators effectively in class?
      • What resources and professional development are available to address the new math TEKS?

      Michelle Rinehart,
      Patrick Fariss,
      Robb Wilson
      02/25/2014

      Questioning Strategies That Push and Probe Student Thinking with the TI-Nspire™ CX Navigator™ System

      Level: All

      Understanding student thinking provides essential information for helping students learn. In this webinar, we will explore how the TI-Nspire Navigator System can provide opportunities for effective questioning, both as a way to uncover students’ thinking and to advance it. Learn questioning strategies to probe student thinking, allowing you to discover misconceptions and use students’ understanding, or misunderstanding, to guide instruction. Explore questioning strategies that also push students’ thinking, which allows students to make connections and justify their reasoning. See how the TI-Nspire Navigator System can provide added visibility into students’ thought processes.
      Margaret Bambrick
      Ray Barton
      02/18/2014

      Technical Problem Solving with Vernier® Sensors and TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      Whether you are looking for STEM resources, teaching a secondary engineering course, or participating in Science Olympiad’s Technical Problem Solving event, this webinar is right for you! See examples of rich technical and engineering problems, and learn how TI-Nspire technology can help students investigate a given problem, analyze and interpret data, and design a solution. Explore how to gather data using the built-in Vernier® DataQuest™ application and the Vernier® EasyTemp™ USB temperature sensor, the Calculator-Based Ranger 2™ (CBR 2) motion sensor and the Vernier Colorimeter. Learn where to locate helpful resources for using additional Vernier sensors with TI-Nspire technology.
      Linda Antinone
      Mike Smith
      02/11/2014

      Modeling with Mathematics in the Common Core Algebra Classroom with the TI-84 Plus Family

      Level: All

      In the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, “modeling with mathematics” is both a Mathematical Practice and a conceptual category in the high school content standards. In this webinar, we will explore classroom-ready algebra activities where students develop mathematical models to analyze real-world problems and evaluate decisions. Learn how to enhance students’ descriptive and analytic modeling proficiency with multiple representations, including tabular, graphical, algebraic, geometric and statistical representations. See how the TI-84 Plus family can support the basic modeling cycle outlined in the Common Core State Standards.
      Karen Campe
      John LaMaster
      02/04/2014

      Explore Science Nspired: Engaging Simulations for Your Middle Grades Science Classroom

      Level: All

      Come see what’s new at Science Nspired! In this webinar, we will explore new lesson modules and dynamic TI-Nspire simulations for Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science. Whether you are interested in using an entire cluster of ready-made activities or are simply looking for stand-alone content, learn about the flexible options that are available. Explore the PublishView™ feature through lesson guides and bell ringers with rich, multimedia content that set the stage for student learning. See how hands-on, interactive explorations help students learn key science concepts in a deeper, more engaging way.
      Mike Cimino
      Fred Fotsch
      01/28/2014

      Exploring Common Core Topics in Middle Grades Statistics with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      The Common Core State Standards have placed an added emphasis on statistics in Grades 6, 7 and 8. In this webinar, we will explore how TI-Nspire™ technology can enhance key statistics topics across the middle grades curriculum. Learn how students can summarize and describe distributions by creating dot plots, histograms and box plots with the built-in Data & Statistics application. Using pre-made TI-Nspire documents, see how students can use random sampling to draw inferences about a single population and comparative inferences about two populations. Explore how scatter plots and dynamic lines of fit can be used to investigate patterns of association in bivariate data.
      Vicki Carter
      Betty Gasque
      01/21/2014

      STEM Behind Hollywood: Space, Forensics, and TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      STEM Behind Hollywood is an exciting program that shows students how Hollywood magic is brought to life with real-world applications of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In this webinar, we will explore two TI-Nspire activities designed to get students excited about STEM education and careers. In Earth Impact, an asteroid threatens to obliterate Earth unless students can analyze simulated and find a way to change the asteroid’s course. In Body of Evidence, students investigate a simulated homicide and model crime scene data to establish the victim’s identity. See why critics are raving about the STEM Behind Hollywood campaign!
      Sean Bird
      Jeff Lukens
      12/03/2013

      What’s New with TI-Nspire™ Technology?

      Level: All

      Come see what’s new with TI Education Technology! Learn about new tools that promote student engagement, understanding, and performance in your class. In addition, learn about content and professional development that will support your classroom, school or district.
      Judy Hicks,
      Jeff Lukens
      11/19/2013

      Strategies for Differentiation with the TI-Nspire™ CX Navigator™ System

      Level: All

      The TI-Nspire™ CX Navigator™ System creates a powerful learning environment where educators can instantly assess student understanding by using the Quick Poll feature and analyzing responses in the Review Workspace. Learn how storyboarding a lesson allows you to plan formative assessment opportunities at key points during instruction. Develop strategies for anticipating and responding to student results, and differentiate instruction by sending different tasks to each student. Explore free, premade Math Nspired lessons that are compatible with the TI-Nspire™ CX Navigator™ System, and discuss how to modify activities to best respond to students’ varying instructional needs.
      Allan Bellman,
      Tracy Watson
      11/05/2013

      Connecting Science and Mathematics with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      Are you gathering resources for a new or existing STEM initiative at your school? Do you want to collaborate on a lesson with a colleague from another department? This webinar will highlight classroom-ready activities that integrate key topics in high school science and mathematics. Through free, interactive explorations and data collection labs from the Science Nspired and Math Nspired resource centers, you will learn how to support students’ analysis and interpretation of data through the development of mathematical models. Explore opportunities for mutually reinforcing the Common Core State Standards Mathematical Practices and science and engineering practices in the Next Generation Science Standards.
      Linda Antinone,
      Todd Morstein
      10/29/2013

      Science Nspired with the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad®

      Level: All

      The TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad offer powerful opportunities for interactive exploration in the middle grades and high school science classroom. Simulations from Science Nspired resource center use the interactive capabilities of the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad to explore the scientific concepts behind real-world phenomena. With each hands-on simulation, students formulate hypotheses, adjust the parameters of a model, observe the effects on an animation, and evaluate their reasoning. Many Science Nspired activitiesare adapted from research-based PhET™ simulations. See how the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad change how students think about – and visualize – science!
      Greg Dodd,
      Fred Fotsch
      10/22/2013

      Math Nspired with the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad®

      Level: All

      With the TI-Nspire™ Apps for iPad, students can see, touch, and interact with mathematics in ways never before imagined. Learn how to accelerate the learning process with free, iPad-compatible content across the middle grades and high school mathematics curricula. We will explore a variety of Math Nspired activities that address key domains in the Common Core State Standards. By interacting with numeric, algebraic, graphical, and geometric forms of problems, we will learn how dynamic linking across multiple representations enables students to make crucial mathematical connections. See how iPad-compatible content makes mathematics engaging, meaningful, and fun!
      Corey Boby,
      Judy Hicks
      10/20/2013

      Science Olympiad - Technical Problem Solving and Using Vernier Sensors with TI‑Nspire™ CX

      Level: All

      Texas Instruments is continuing to sponsor and help run the Technical Problem Solving event at the National Science Olympiad competition, and this webinar is designed to help you learn how to best prepare your team for this and other events that involve the use of sensors.  It covers the appropriate use of TI-Nspire™ CX handhelds and Vernier sensors for events such as Technical Problem Solving. Mike Smith, a veteran science educator and Science Olympiad advocate from Big Walnut High School in Sunbury, Ohio, moderates.

      Mike Smith

      10/15/2013

      Algebra Readiness: Closing the Achievement Gap with TI MathForward™

      Level: All

      Are you looking for ways to improve student performance in Algebra? Hear how Lubbock ISD in Lubbock, TX has done just that using the MathForward™ Program over the last two years. Actual student achievement data will be shared from the district. Then, learn how you can bring MathForward (professional development, coaching and curriculum integration) to your school as well.
      Marco Gonzalez,
      Sandra Hocutt,
      Amador Vasquez
      10/08/2013

      Implementing Topics in the Common Core State Standards with the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition graphing calculator

      Level: All

      If you are wondering about how the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition can support your implementation of the Common Core State Standards, then this webinar is right for you! Learn strategies for increasing students’ understanding of key concepts in algebra, geometry, and statistics. Color-coding equations, plots, and tables allows students to visualize concepts clearly, and importing digital images encourages them to make real-world connections for a more engaging learning experience.
      John LaMaster,
      Marilyn Parker
      10/01/2013

      Implementing the Common Core State Standards Mathematical Practices with TI Technology: Perspectives for Administrators

      Level: All

      Are you interested in implementing TI technology in your school or district? This webinar provides practical information and powerful perspectives on successful technology implementation in the critical areas of mathematics instruction. Engage with leaders in the field to explore the elements of good classroom instruction, especially alignments with the Common Core State Standards and the coming shifts in instructional strategies and approaches. Through success stories and answers to key questions, learn how TI technology and associated professional development can positively impact teacher performance and student achievement.
      Gail Burrill,
      Jennifer Wilson
      09/24/2013

      Forensics with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      Learn how your students can solve crimes with TI-Nspire™ technology and Vernier Software & Technology™ data collection sensors! The Forensics module is the newest addition to the comprehensive library of free Science Nspired activities. Learn about Forensics case files that enable student investigators to solve mysteries by collecting and analyzing data with the built-in Vernier DataQuest™ app for TI-Nspire™. We will also highlight opportunities to discuss connections between solving crimes and building scientific models and theories. These highly engaging activities will spark curiosity and challenge students to use math and science to solve real-world problems.
      Erick Archer,
      Jackie Bonneau
      09/17/2013

      Exploring the Common Core State Standards Mathematical Practices with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      TI-Nspire™ technology offers a powerful platform for engaging middle grades and high school students with the eight Common Core Mathematical Practices. In this webinar, we will explore how free, premade Math Nspired lessons can support implementation of these practices. See middle grades and geometry lessons that open the door to proficiency by helping students visualize entry points, make conjectures, plan solutions, and evaluate their progress. Explore Algebra 1 and statistics lessons that allow students to build and explore mathematical models to simplify complex problems, analyze relationships, and draw conclusions from their observations.
      Katie England,
      Jeff McCalla
      09/10/2013

      STEM Behind Hollywood: TI-Nspire™ Technology, Zombies and More!

      Level: All

      STEM Behind Hollywood is an exciting new program that shows students how real-world science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) bring Hollywood magic to life on the big screen. In this webinar, Mayim Bialik, a neuroscientist on TV and in real life, will discuss the STEM Behind Hollywood program and the powerful TI-Nspire™ learning platform. Dr. Steve Schlozman, Hollywood’s go-to expert on zombie science, will discuss Zombie Apocalypse, a TI-Nspire™ activity that explores infection rates and models the hypothetical development of zombie-like symptoms.

      Zombie Apocalypse is the first of four free TI-Nspire™ activities created for STEM Behind Hollywood. Others being developed by leading educators and scientists show students how science and math add reality to movies about superheroes, space and forensics. You’ve never seen math and science like this before – and you’ll never watch movies the same way again!

      Learn more about STEM Behind Hollywood and download the free classroom activities
      Dr. Mayim Bialik,
      Dr. Steven Schlozman
      08/27/2013

      Back to School with the TI-84 Plus Family

      Level: All

      Whether you are a new user of the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition graphing calculator or an advanced user of the TI-84 Plus graphing calculator, learn how to maximize key features that enable students to make faster, stronger connections between equations, data, and graphs. Fine-tune your knowledge of the menu structure and navigation, and see how the built-in MathPrint™ input feature allows students to view symbols and formulas exactly as they appear in textbooks. Learn about the latest versions of the TI Connect™ software application and TI-SmartView™ Emulator Software for the TI-84 Plus Family, and take advantage of the free, Common Core State Standards-aligned classroom activities that help students visually learn math and science concepts.
      Stuart Moskowitz,
      Mike Koehler
      08/20/2013

      Back to School with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All

      Are you interested in cultivating a deeper understanding of math and science concepts this school year? Do you want to learn how TI-Nspire™ technology can support your implementation of the Common Core State Standards? With dynamic linking across multiple representations, see how TI-Nspire™ technology supports teaching strategies that accelerate student learning. Learn how to enter values in proper notation, use drop-down menus for intuitive navigation, and cultivate real-world connections by importing digital images. Explore free Math Nspired activities and ongoing professional development resources to see how TI-Nspire™ technology offers a colorful, engaging way to explore math and science.
      Elizabeth Coker-Haskins,
      Howard Stern
      08/13/2013

      Live Q&A with the Education Technology Experts

      Level: All

      Have you explored your TI technology after a summer workshop and realized you have additional questions? Have you used TI technology in your math or science classroom and want to polish your skills? Whether you’re new to TI-Nspire™ technology, transitioning to TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition technology, or simply want to learn more about your existing TI technology, this webinar is for you. Submit questions during registration and get answers live from the experts.

      Judy Hicks
      Jeff McCalla

      07/16/2013

      Live Q&A with the Education Technology Experts

      Level: All

      Have you explored your TI technology after a summer workshop and realized you have additional questions? Have you used TI technology in your math or science classroom and want to polish your skills? Whether you’re new to TINspire™ technology, transitioning to TI84 Plus C Silver Edition technology, or simply want to learn more about your existing TI technology, this webinar is for you. Submit questions during registration and get answers live from the experts.

      Judy Hicks
      Jeff McCalla

      06/18/2013

      Live Q&A with the Education Technology Experts

      Level: All

      Have you explored your TI technology after a summer workshop and realized you have additional questions? Have you used TI technology in your math or science classroom and want to polish your skills? Whether you’re new to TI-Nspire™ technology, transitioning to TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition technology, or simply want to learn more about your existing TI technology, this webinar is for you. Submit questions during registration and get answers live from the experts.

      Judy Hicks
      Jeff McCalla

      05/07/2013

      TI-Nspire™ Tech Skills: Introduction to Lua Scripting

      Level: Advanced
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Are you interested in developing content-rich simulations and interactive documents with TI-Nspire™ technology? Learn how to use the Script Editor to create and edit Lua scripts within the TI-Nspire™ Teacher and Student Software. These dedicated programming tools for TI-Nspire™ technology allow content authors to create functions, algorithms, and dynamic environments to support math and science teaching and learning. Get up and running with Lua by learning where to go for additional resources and support.

      Steve Arnold
      Marc Garneau

      04/30/2013

      Transitioning to the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Graphing Calculator

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/TI-SmartView" Version: 4.0

      Are you currently using TI-83 or TI-84 technology and interested in transitioning to the TI-84 Plus C model? Learn how to take advantage of key features while integrating the latest presentation, connectivity, and data collection tools into your math or science classroom. Upgrade your current TI-SmartView" to the new TI-84 Plus C system for free, and use different colors to distinguish between multiple graphs and plots on one screen. Use TI Connect" to load images from your computer to your TI-84 Plus C graphing calculator. Learn how to fit data points and regression equations to images using the QuickPlot and Fit Equation features. Collect and analyze real-world data using the Vernier EasyData" app.

      Jackie Bonneau
      Fred Decovsky

      04/23/2013

      The Next Generation Science Standards with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      How can TI-Nspire™ technology help your students improve their understanding of the science and engineering practices in the Next Generation Science Standards? Learn how to locate and use premade Science Nspired lessons that provide opportunities to build students’ knowledge base in disciplinary core ideas, while strategically using technology to experiment and develop concepts. See how interactive simulations and data collection labs promote science and engineering practices in the physical sciences, life sciences, and earth and space sciences.
      Ray Lesniewski
      Jeff Lukens
      04/02/2013

      Math Nspired: CCSS Topics in Geometry with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Are you interested in using TI-Nspire" technology to use free, premade content that is aligned with the Common Core State Standards? Learn how to use lessons from Math Nspired to help students learn CCSS concepts and skills that might not appear in the traditional Geometry curriculum. We will identify specific CCSS domains, clusters, and standards where teaching and learning can be enhanced with TI-Nspire" technology. Learn how to use premade lessons that promote deeper understanding of right triangle trigonometry, transformational geometry, and measurement involving perimeter, area, and volume.

      Bill Caroscio
      Steve West

      03/26/2013

      Formative Assessment with TI-Nspire™ Technology and the Built-In Question Application

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      The built-in Question application offers engaging and effective ways to formatively assess student understanding. Learn how to create a new document and take advantage of the properties of various question types. Create split screen questions with graphs, tables, and geometric objects, or insert images to help students make real-world connections. Use the Self-Check option to allow students to check their answers on their own, or use the TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ System to collect and aggregate students’ responses for a deeper class discussion of correct responses, equivalent answers, and common misconceptions.

      Allan Bellman
      Karen Campe

      03/19/2013

      Best Practices with TI-Nspire™ CAS Technology in the High School Mathematics Classroom

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Are you interested in taking advantage of the unique features of TI-Nspire™ CAS technology that often go unnoticed? Discuss the pedagogy behind various tips and tricks and use templates to display proper mathematical notation. Explore how to use CAS to deepen students’ understanding of basic numeric and algebraic concepts, such as radical expressions, inequalities, factoring, derivatives, and integrals.
      Fred Ferneyhough
      Jennifer Wilson
      02/26/2013

      Introduction to the TI-Nspire App for iPad® in High School Mathematics

      Level: All

      The innovative TI-Nspire App for iPad provides comprehensive math functionality in a single tool that allows you to explore algebraic functions, geometric figures and dynamically linked variables directly through intuitive touch interaction. Learn how to insert images into the app and make real-world connections with algebraic and geometric concepts; use the integrated math keyboard to enter proper notation; save student work for easy review of concepts from previous classes; and maximize student engagement and understanding with rich, interactive classroom content from Math Nspired.

      iPad® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.

      Ray Barton
      Judy Hicks

      02/19/2013

      Science Nspired: AP* Chemistry with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to use lessons from Science Nspired to increase student understanding of core concepts in Chemistry. Simulations involving atomic structure, chemical bonding, and the states of matter utilize the dynamic capabilities of TI-Nspire™ technology to help students experience phenomena that are challenging to see or difficult to represent with static images. Data collection activities for the classroom, lab, and field give students the opportunity to collect and analyze real-world data. Explore Science Nspired lessons that will support students’ understanding of “big ideas” that will appear on the revised AP Chemistry Exam in 2014.

      *AP is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of and does not endorse this product. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.com.

      C.W. Eaker
      Ray Lesniewski

      02/12/2013

      Math Nspired: Calculus with the TI-Nspire Navigator™ System

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Many “big ideas” in Calculus can be enhanced with the TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ System. Explore limits, graphical behavior, and continuity using the Live Presenter feature. Cultivate a deeper understanding of the concept of a derivative using the Class Capture feature. Formatively assess student understanding of definite integrals and antiderivatives using the Quick Poll feature. Learn how to locate and use free, premade Math Nspired lessons that are compatible with the TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ System.
      Vicki Carter
      Joshua Mize
      02/05/2013

      Introduction to the TI-84 Plus C Silver Edition Graphing Calculator

      Level: All
      OS/TI-SmartView Version: 4.0

      The TI-84 Plus C graphing calculator is the newest member of the TI Education Technology family! It includes all of the familiar TI-84 Plus functionality, but now with a high resolution, color LCD screen. Learn how to use different colors to distinguish between multiple graphs and plots on one screen. Make real-world connections by inserting images onto the graphing screen and fitting data points regression equations. Customize the look of your graph by adding grid lines. Take advantage of the high- resolution, backlit screen to view more information in tables and lists. Use MathPrint™ to allow students to see familiar math notation in many contexts.  Learn how to update your TI-SmartView™ software to take full advantage of the new features!

      Fred Decovsky
      John LaMaster

      01/29/2013

      Science Nspired: Biology with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to use lessons from Science Nspired to increase student understanding of core concepts in Biology. Simulations involving cells and genetics utilize the dynamic capabilities of TI-Nspire™ technology to help students experience phenomena that are challenging to see or difficult to represent with static images. Data collection activities for the classroom, lab, and field give students the opportunity to collect and analyze real-world data. Lessons developed in cooperation with NASA explore problem-solving situations based on space exploration.

      Mike Cimino
      Jeff Lukens

      01/22/2013

      Math Nspired: CCSS Topics in Algebra 1 with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Are you interested in using TI‑Nspire" technology to use free, premade content that is aligned with the Common Core State Standards? Learn how to use lessons from Math Nspired to help students learn CCSS concepts and skills that might not appear in the traditional Algebra 1 curriculum. We will identify specific CCSS domains, clusters, and standards where teaching and learning can be enhanced with TI‑Nspire" technology. Learn how to use premade lessons that promote deeper understanding of residuals, completing the square, and graphing and analyzing absolute value, step, and piecewise functions.
      Audrey Cucci
      Blake Helm
      11/27/2012

      Statistics with the TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ System

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Many “big ideas” in Statistics can be enhanced with the TI-Nspire Navigator system. Explore probability and random variables using the Live Presenter and Class Capture features and formatively assess student understanding with the Quick Poll feature. Wirelessly send and receive data to analyze distributions, anticipate patterns and draw conclusions with students. Learn to locate and use Math Nspired lessons that are compatible with the TI-Nspire Navigator system.

      Gail Burrill, Joshua Mize
      11/13/2012

      Formative Assessment and Differentiated Instruction with the TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ System

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      The TI-Nspire Navigator System can help you increase student participation, monitor class progress and modify instruction as needed. Learn from TI-Nspire Navigator experts how to use it best as a differentiated instruction tool in your classroom.  Quickly scan students’ handheld screens using the Class Capture feature. Learn questioning strategies for instant assessment. Use the built-in Question application to create TI-NspireTM documents in advance. Formatively assess student understanding using the Quick Poll feature. Upon evaluating students’ responses, differentiate instruction by sending documents that are designed with different tasks for different students.

      Allan Bellman, David Sword
      10/30/2012

      Math Nspired: Geometric Constructions

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to create geometric constructions with classroom-ready “Create Your Own” lessons from Math Nspired. Use step-by-step instructions to create constructions involving triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles. Classroom-ready resources encourage students to investigate geometric relationships, make conjectures, and evaluate their reasoning. Discuss the pedagogical value of dynamic proofs, and learn about online alignment tools that support the Common Core State Standards.

      Bill Caroscio, Chuck Vonder Embse
      10/23/2012

      Reasoning and Sense-Making with the TI-84 Plus

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/SmartView Version: 2.55MP

      Learn how to use TI-84 Plus technology to support reasoning and sense-making in high school mathematics classes. Explore TI-84 Plus features and commands in an interactive context, where students are encouraged to make conjectures, describe their thinking and evaluate their reasoning to make sense of algebraic and geometric concepts. We will cover techniques for supporting the Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice, such as using a split screen to make connections between graphical, numeric and symbolic representations.

      Fred Decovsky, John LaMaster
      10/16/2012

      Science Nspired: Simulations and Data Collection Labs for AP Physics

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to use lessons from Science Nspired to increase student understanding of core concepts in AP* Physics. Simulations involving Newtonian mechanics, electricity and magnetism utilize the dynamic capabilities of TI-Nspire™ technology to help students experience phenomena that are challenging to see or difficult to represent with static images. Data collection activities for the classroom, lab, and field give students the opportunity to collect and analyze real-world data. Lessons developed in cooperation with NASA explore problem-solving situations based on space exploration.

      *AP is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of and does not endorse this product. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.com

      Todd Morstein, Rob Reniewicki
      10/09/2012

      Strategies and Resources for Successful Grant Writing

      Level: All

      Did you know that education.ti.com has a variety of resources to help you locate federal and private funding opportunities for math, science and technology? Discuss guidelines, strategies and resources for grants that support technology purchases, professional development, university-level research and fellowship programs. Support your grant proposal with research on graphing technology, TI-Nspire™ technology, TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ Systems and professional development from T3™ and TI MathForward. Applicable for grades K-12 as well as higher education.

      Wallece Brewer, Fan Disher
      10/02/2012

      Math Nspired: Probability, Statistics, and Data Analysis in Middle Grades Mathematics

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Guide your Middle Grades students to a coordinated understanding of key concepts and skills in Probability, Statistics, and Data Analysis using Math Nspired lessons aligned with the Common Core State Standards. Learn how to analyze univariate data by creating box plots and histograms. Use random sampling to generate data sets, and discuss the importance of representative samples for drawing inferences. Analyze, compare, and interpret bivariate data by creating scatterplots and performing linear regressions.

      Blake Helm, Denny St. John
      09/25/2012

      Common Core Mathematical Practices with Lessons and Resources from Math Nspired

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      How can TI-NspireTM technology help your students improve their understanding of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematical Practice? Learn how to locate and use premade Math Nspired lessons that provide opportunities for students to use technology strategically and better understand other practices. Using lessons for Middle Grades Math, Algebra 1, Precalculus, and Statistics, we will look at questions that deliberately encourage students to “look for and make use of structure.” Actual student responses will provide added perspective. We will also show how the TI-NspireTM CAS Student Software can be used as an exploration tool, allowing students to “look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.”

      Margaret Bambrick, Jennifer Wilson
      09/18/2012

      What's New with Science Nspired: Life Science, Earth Science and Physical Science

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      TI-NspireTM solutions are now available for Middle Grades Science! Get an overview of the new lessons and resources available from Science Nspired. Explore Life Science lessons involving cells and heredity, Earth Science lessons involving the Earth’s surface, and Physical Science lessons involving electricity and circuits. Learn how to effectively use classroom-ready lesson guides, bell ringers, simulations, data collection labs and assessments from Science Nspired.

      Mike Cimino, Tami Plein
      09/11/2012

      Roadmap to TI-Nspire™ Technology and the Nspired Learning Classroom

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to promote greater student achievement, engagement, and ownership of learning using TI-Nspire technology. Create your own interactive Math or Science classroom using TI-NspireTM handhelds, software, data collection sensors, and the TI-NspireTM NavigatorTM System. With sample Algebra and Geometry lessons from Math Nspired, see how students become actively involved in discovery and discussion. Take advantage of free, online resources for instruction, Common Core alignment, assessment and professional development.

      Audrey Cucci, Judy Hicks
      08/21/2012

      Getting Ready for Back to School with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn essential TI-NspireTM skills to prepare you for Back to School. Get the newest functionality by updating your TI-NspireTM technology to the latest version. Take advantage of free, online Math and Science content by downloading TI-NspireTM documents and transferring them to connected handhelds. Learn how to resolve common troubleshooting issues that arise with students. Take advantage of free professional development resources, and keep your TI-Nspire skills fresh by connecting with other users online and in-person.

      Sherri Abel, Elizabeth Coker-Haskins
      06/26/2012

      TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ Basic Skills: Monitoring Students' Progress and Other Tips

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to use the TI-Nspire Navigator System to review students’ progress in class. Use the Portfolio feature as an assessment tool. Explore creative ways to use the Live Presenter, Class Capture and Quick Poll features. Learn some helpful tips when using the TI-Nspire CX Navigator System in the classroom.

      Ray Lesniewski, Jeff McCalla
      06/12/2012

      TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ Basic Skills: Meaningful Uses in Math and Science Classes

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to use your TI-Nspire Navigator System to instantly assess student understanding using various types of questions. Transfer documents to and from students’ handhelds, and investigate how to quickly and easily collect data. Learn to use some of the features of the TI-NspireTM CX handheld and software, including conics graphing, chemistry notation and more.

      Ray Lesniewski, Jeff McCalla
      05/29/2012

      TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ Basic Skills: Success on Day One

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version 3.2

      Learn how to get your TI-Nspire Navigator System up and running. Use the Network Manager to associate the handhelds for the first time. Explore different methods of adding a class. Learn to diagnose and correct the most common challenges new users face.

      Ray Lesniewski, Jeff McCalla
      05/08/2012

      What's New and Tried and True with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version 3.2

      Learn about the newest features of TI-Nspire technology, and continue to explore tried and true features such as dynamic links across multiple representations, dynamic measurement, color and images. Learn how to create interactive, media-rich math and science content with the PublishView™ feature of the Teacher and Student Software.

      Todd Morstein, Tom Reardon
      05/01/2012

      Formative Assessment with the TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ System

      Level:  Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.2

      Learn how to create an interactive classroom with the TI-Nspire Navigator System. Save class time by sending documents wirelessly, and instantly assess student understanding with the Quick Poll feature. Monitor students’ progress with the Class Capture feature and organize performance data in the Portfolio workspace. Promote collaboration and greater student engagement with premade Math Nspired lessons that are compatible with the TI-Nspire Navigator System.

      Jeff McCalla, Jennifer Wilson
      04/24/2012

      Science Nspired: Modules in Biology, Chemistry and Physics

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to use classroom-ready modules to explore lessons for Biology, Chemistry and Physics. Interactive explorations allow students to simulate small- or large-scale phenomena that are otherwise difficult to see. Data collection labs give students the opportunity to collect and analyze real-world data. Lesson guides and bell ringers offer rich multimedia content in the form of PublishViewTM documents.

      Jeff Lukens, Rob Reniewicki
      04/17/2012

      TI-84 Plus Basic Skills: Problem-Solving in the Real World... and Beyond!

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.55MP

      Explore actual data and problem-solving situations with lessons developed in cooperation with NASA, USA Today, and the Numb3rs television series. Analyze the ascent of a space shuttle with a scatter plot and linear regression, and model the Weightless Wonder’s reduced-gravity flight with a quadratic function. Locate and use algebra and geometry lessons that incorporate data from USA Today articles. Use algebraic and geometric techniques to investigate crime scenes from episodes of the Numb3rs television series.

      Judy Hicks, John LaMaster
      04/10/2012

      Ten80 "Race to the Chase" Lesson Series: How to Win Races and Influence Championships

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn about STEM subjects in NASCAR® through TI’s alliance with Ten80 Education. The “Race to the Chase” lesson series offers math and science resources based on real-world data from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Championship. Learn how to use classroom-ready math and science lessons that explore four key parameters that constantly change during a race: car balance due to fuel consumption, tire wear, track temperature and track contour. Students will learn why the race teams with the best engineers win. The more you know, the faster you go!

      NASCAR is a registered trademark of its owner.

      Michelle Bonds, Beverly Simmons, Jeff Thompson

      04/03/2012

      Mathematical Practices with the Common Core State Standards

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      In the Standards for Mathematical Practice, the Common Core State Standards initiative outlines the varieties of expertise that educators should develop among students. Learn how TI-NspireTM technology promotes modeling with mathematics, making use of structure and expressing regularity with repeated reasoning.

      Gail Burrill, Tom Dick
      03/27/2012

      Math Nspired: Algebra 2 & Precalculus

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to locate and use Algebra 2 lessons involving powers, roots and radical functions. Use multiple representations to explore polynomials, logarithmic and exponential functions, and probability. Explore Precalculus lessons involving exponential and logarithmic functions and trigonometry.

      Ray Barton, Howard Stern
      03/20/2012

      Math Nspired: Core Concepts in Statistics

      Level:  Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to use TI-NspireTM technology to increase student understanding of core statistical concepts and as a tool for collecting, analyzing and drawing conclusions from data. Create and analyze a categorical plot, use interactive notes to generate a simulation, and explore classroom-ready lessons involving univariate and bivariate data, probability and random variables. Lessons involving experimentation and sampling distributions bring big ideas together using dynamic links across multiple representations.

      Gail Burrill, Landy Godbold

      03/13/2012

      TI-Nspire™ CAS Basic Skills: Developing Student Understanding with a Computer Algebra System (CAS)

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to use TI-Nspire CAS as a tool for making connections between numeric and algebraic properties. By manipulating mathematical expressions in symbolic form, students can generate patterns, make conjectures and evaluate their reasoning at fundamental conceptual levels. Learn how to address students’ common misconceptions, and discuss the role of CAS in curriculum, assessment and pedagogy.

      Ray Klein, Tom Steinke
      02/21/2012

      Using the TI-Nspire™ CX handheld & Computer Software in Your Classroom

      Level:  Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to bring mathematical concepts to life by adding color and images to TI-Nspire documents. Use the latest TI-Nspire Teacher Software and Student Software to insert images into documents, and explore color documents on the TI-Nspire CX handheld. Learn how to promote real-world problem-solving scenarios with images, graphs and dynamic measurements.

      Sean Bird, Eric Butterbaugh
      02/07/2012

      Math Nspired: Core Concepts in Calculus

      Level:  Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to use TI-NspireTM technology to increase student understanding of definite integrals and applications, slope fields and differential equations, and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus. Explore graphical interpretations of antiderivatives with slope fields, build a foundation for understanding a definite integral as a limit Riemann Sums and examine how the average value of a function relates to the definite integral. Explore Taylor Polynomials and bring big ideas together using dynamic links across multiple representations.

      Vicki Carter, Tom Dick
      01/31/2012

      Exploring Algebra, Geometry & Precalculus with NASA & TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      TI and NASA have teamed up to develop classroom materials that incorporate actual data and problem-solving situations from manned space exploration. Analyze the ascent of a space shuttle with a scatter plot and linear regression, and model the Weightless Wonder’s reduced-gravity flight with a quadratic function. Simulate an astronaut’s motion with transformations in the coordinate plane, use Newton’s Law of Cooling to calculate temperature loss, and model low Earth orbits with circles and ellipses.

      Audrey Cucci, Tracy Watson
      01/24/2012

      Pathways for Implementing TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn tips and tricks for implementing TI-Nspire technology in your classroom, school or district. Beginning with teacher usage as a presentation tool, we will share pathways to promote student discovery on TI-Nspire handhelds and implementation of the TI-Nspire Navigator System. Information and resources will be available for math and science teachers, technology coordinators, department chairs and administrators.

      Margaret Bambrick, Linda Griffith
      01/17/2012

      Math Nspired: Middle Grades Math, Algebra 1 and Geometry

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to locate and use Middle Grades Math lessons involving geometry, statistics and probability. Explore Algebra 1 lessons involving functions and systems of linear equations. Investigate the properties of triangles, quadrilaterals and polygons with classroom-ready and “create your own” Geometry lessons.

      Eric Butterbaugh, David Sword
      12/13/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Tech Skills - Functions, Programs and Math Boxes

      Level:  Advanced
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to use the Program Editor to define functions and programs. Input values into a program using the Request command. Restrict moveable points to a given window using a program with piecewise functions, and execute it using a Math Box in the Notes application.

      Jeff McCalla, Bryson Perry
      12/06/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Collecting & Analyzing Data with the Vernier DataQuest™ App

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to collect and analyze data using the new DataQuest app. Collect data using single and multiple probes, and analyze it by drawing predictions, performing regressions and viewing multiple representations. Explore data collection activities and related resources at the new Science Nspired website.

      Erick Archer, Jeff Lukens
      11/29/2011

      Ten80 Student Racing Challenge: NASCAR® STEM Initiative 101

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how STEM subjects and careers affect our world through TI’s alliance with Ten80 Education. Explore the Student Racing Challenge, a supplemental STEM curriculum and annual competition league where teams compete with 1:10 scale remote control cars. The activity Optimal Drive Paths will be highlighted, where students learn how to mathematically model the optimal path of an RC car around a track.

      NASCAR is a registered trademark of its owner.

      Michelle Bonds, Terri Stripling, Jeff Thompson
      11/15/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Formative Assessment with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to use TI-NspireTM Teacher Software to give immediate feedback by creating and distributing Self-Check documents. Use the Class Capture feature of the TI-NspireTM NavigatorTM System to explore multiple problem-solving techniques and monitor students’ progress. Use the Quick Poll feature to aggregate performance data, discuss acceptable answers and identify common misconceptions.

      Judy Hicks, Jennifer Wilson
      11/08/2011

      Math Nspired: Statistics

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to locate and use Statistics lessons involving univariate data, normal distributions, bivariate data, probability and random variables. Explore how dynamic links across multiple representations can make Statistics concepts come alive for your students.

      Gail Burrill, Jim Nakamoto
      11/01/2011

      Math Nspired: Calculus

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to locate and use Calculus lessons involving limits of functions, derivatives, antiderivatives, and slope fields. Explore how dynamic links across multiple representations can make Calculus concepts come alive for your students.

      Tom Dick, Vicki Carter
      10/25/2011

      Exploring Science and Math with NASA and TI-Nspire Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn to use AP* Calculus, AP* Chemistry, AP* Physics and AP* Statistics lessons based on NASA space exploration topics. View lessons involving the ascent of a space shuttle, reduced gravity flight, oxygen generation, bone density loss, and lunar landing and surface instrumentation.

      *AP is a registered trademark of the College Entrance Examination Board, which was not involved in the production of and does not endorse this product. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.com.

      Ray Barton, Todd Morstein
      10/18/2011

      TI-84 Plus Basic Skills: Analyzing Patterns and Functions

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.55MP

      Learn how to use the calculator, graphing screen and table to investigate patterns and cultivate an understanding of functions. Explore algebraic and geometric patterns with the Cabri, Jr. app, and locate lessons and resources for the TI-83/TI-84 family at TI Math.

      Bill Caroscio, Judy Hicks
      10/11/2011

      Common Core State Standards with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how TI-Nspire technology supports the processes and proficiencies described in the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Explore how Action/Consequence lessons promote engagement with mathematical concepts by developing students’ ability to justify mathematical statements and rules.

      Gail Burrill, Tom Dick
      10/04/2011

      Math Nspired - What's New in Middle Grades and Algebra 1

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to locate and use Middle Grades lessons involving ratios, proportional relationships and the number system. Promote Algebra-readiness with Middle Grades lessons involving expressions and equations. Explore Algebra 1 lessons involving equivalence, equations and linear functions.

      Margaret Bambrick, Eric Butterbaugh
      09/27/2011

      Science Nspired: Biology, Chemistry and Physics with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn about the new lessons and resources available at Science Nspired. Explore Biology lessons involving cells and genetics, Chemistry lessons involving atomic structure and chemical bonding, and Physics lessons involving force, motion and work.

      Jeff Lukens, Todd Morstein
      09/20/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Teacher Software and the PublishView™ Documents

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      Learn how to add color and images to TI-Nspire documents with the TI-Nspire™ Teacher Software. Explore the new PublishView document and learn how to add images and video to PublishView documents.

      Tom Reardon, Rick Snow
      09/13/2011

      Back to School with TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.1

      By the end of this webinar, you will be able to change TI-Nspire technology's page layout on screen in order to view multiple applications. Analyze rates of change with dynamic measurements and calculations, and transform geometric objects in the coordinate plane. 

      Eric Butterbaugh, Kevin Spry
      05/03/2011

      Math Nspired: Exponentials and Transformational Geometry

      Level:  Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 3.0

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving exponential functions, Geometry activities involving transformational geometry, and Algebra 2 activities involving logarithms and exponentials.

      Margaret Bambrick, Jennifer Wilson

      04/26/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Built-in Graphs Application

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 3.0

      Learn to change TI-Nspire technology's page layout on screen in order to view multiple applications. Analyze rates of change with dynamic measurements and calculations, and transform geometric objects in the coordinate plane.

      Judy Hicks, Tracy Watson
      04/19/2011

      TI-Nspire™ CX Basic Skills: The New Color Handheld and TI-Nspire™ Teacher Software

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 3.0

      Learn about the features of the TI-Nspire CX handheld and the latest update for TI-Nspire handhelds and Teacher Software. Learn how to maximize the impact of color and images to help your students understand important math concepts and how to collect and analyze real-world data with the new Vernier DataQuest application.

      Rick Snow, Tom Reardon
      04/05/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Press-to-Test feature

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to enable and disable TI-Nspire technology’s Press-to-Test feature, experience the TI-Nspire handheld in Press-to-Test mode, and access online test prep resources.

      Howard Stern, Dana Morse
      03/29/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Tech Skills: Advanced Authoring

      Level:  Advanced
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to use “when” statements in TI-Nspire technology's built-in Graphs application, utilize circles to make text appear and disappear, and use sliders to generate random numbers.

      Jeff McCalla, Bryson Perry
      03/22/2011

      Math Nspired Resource Center: Quadratics and Quadrilaterals

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving quadratic functions, Geometry activities involving quadrilaterals and polygons, and Algebra 2 activities involving quadratics.

      Margaret Bambrick, Jennifer Wilson
      03/15/2011

      TI-84 Plus Basic Skills: Lists and Data

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.55MP

      By the end of this webinar, you will be able to create and store lists of data, calculate measures of central tendency, and generate scatter plots and perform regressions.

      Judy Hicks, Tracy Watson
      03/08/2011

      Math Nspired: Calculus

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      By the end of this webinar, you will be able to utilize Math Nspired activities involving integration, the fundamental theorem, differential equations and series. You will also be able to graph a function, solve an equation and find values of derivatives and definite integrals.

      Vicki Carter, Tom Dick
      02/15/2011

      Transitioning from TI-84 Plus graphing to TI-Nspire™ Technology

      Level:  All
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to analyze a function and transform a polygon using TI-Nspire technology’s built-in Graphs Application, as well as analyze data using the built-in Lists & Spreadsheet and Data & Statistics applications.
      Betty Gasque, Howard Stern
      02/08/2011

      Math Nspired: Functions, Relations and Circles

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving functions and relations, Geometry activities involving circles and Algebra 2 activities involving functions.

      Jennifer Wilson, Margaret Bambrick
      02/01/2011

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Built-in Geometry Application

      Level:  Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to create basic constructions, measure geometric objects and perform dynamic calculations using TI-Nspire technology’s built-in Geometry Application.

      Judy Hicks, Tracy Watson
      11/30/2010

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Settings and Built-In Applications

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn how to change the TI-Nspire technology's general and Graphs & Geometry settings. Enter categorical data into the built-in Lists & Spreadsheet application and analyze it with a Quick Graph. Use the built-in Data & Statistics application to graph and analyze univariate and bivariate data.

      Judy Hicks, Tracy Watson
      11/16/2010

      Math Nspired: Systems, Right Triangles and Matrices

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving systems of linear equations; Geometry activities involving right triangles, trig, perimeter and area; and Algebra 2 activities involving systems of equations and inequalities, matrices and power functions.

      Judy Hicks, Jennifer Wilson
      11/09/2010

      TI-Nspire™ Tech Skills: Programming with TI-Nspire Technology

      Level: Advanced
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn how programs make decisions by analyzing, interpreting, and modifying their structure. Use request boxes for basic input and output statements, and understand how programs can utilize repetition and looping.

      Daniel Ilaria, Doug Smeltz
      10/26/2010

      TI-84 Plus Basic Skills: The New Operating System

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 2.53MP

      Learn to download and install OS 2.53 MP using TI ConnectTM computer software. Evaluate expressions using MathPrint's fraction and matrix templates. Analyze graphical and numeric data with enhanced window and table settings.

      Judy Hicks, Tracy Watson
      10/19/2010

      Math Nspired: Functions and Triangles

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving linear functions, Geometry activities involving triangles, and Algebra 2 activities involving functions. Highlighted activities include Multiple Representations, Triangle Inequality Theorem, and Domain and Range 2.

      Ruth Casey
      10/12/2010

      Math Nspired: Calculus

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to utilize Calculus activities involving limits of functions, derivatives, applications of derivatives, and definite integrals. Highlighted activities include A Tale of Two Lines, MVT for Derivatives, Elevator: Height and Velocity and Average Value of a Function.

      Judy Hicks, Betty Gasque
      09/28/2010

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Math Nspired

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn to utilize new features of the TI-Nspire Teacher Software, including the Document and Content workspaces. Create new documents with the built-in Calculator and Graphs applications, and use the Scratchpad for quick calculations and graphs. Locate, download, and open classroom-ready activities from the Math Nspired Resource Center.

      Judy Hicks, Betty Gasque
      09/22/2010

      Grant Writing Skills You Need Now!

      Level: All

      An experienced veteran shares her advice, insights, and tips for winning classroom technology grants. Learn to interpret grant requirements, define and utilize key terminology, and choose an appropriate funding source.

      Louise Chapman
      09/21/2010

      TI-Nspire™ Basic Skills: Math Nspired and What's New

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 2.1

      Learn how to utilize classroom-ready activities from the Math Nspired Resource Center. View activities that are correlated to various textbooks and state standards. Learn how to upgrade to OS v2.1 and utilize the Documents and Content workspaces.
      Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks
      06/22/2010

      Getting Hired in a Hurry

      Level: All

      Get expert advice on how you can become a hirable and desirable teacher. Learn to build a better résumé, secure an interview, and distinguish yourself by effectively positioning your experience and skills.

      Dr. Kelly Price
      04/13/2010

      Math Nspired: Exponential Functions and Transformational Geometry

      Level: Intermediate
      OS/Software Version: 2.0

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving exponential functions and Geometry activities involving transformational geometry. Highlighted activities include Characteristics of Exponential Functions, Comparing Linear and Exponential Data, Transformations: Rotations, and Tessellations with Regular Polygons.

      Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks, Jane Gillespie
      02/09/2010

      Math Nspired: Functions, Relations and Circles

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 1.7

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving functions and relations and Geometry activities involving circles. Highlighted activities include Transformations of Functions 1, Function or Not a Function?, Tangents to a Circle and Angles and Arcs.

      Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks, Jane Gillespie
      01/12/2010

      Math Nspired: Systems of Linear Equations, Similarity and Proportion

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 1.7

      Learn to Utilize Algebra 1 activities involving systems of linear equations and Geometry activities involving similarity and proportion. Highlighted activities include What is a Solution to a System?, Balanced Systems of Equations, Corresponding Parts of Similar Triangles, and Scale Factor, Area and Perimeter.
      Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks, Jane Gillespie
      12/08/2009

      Math Nspired: Linear Inequalities, Right Triangles and Trig

      Level: Beginner
      OS/Software Version: 1.7

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving linear inequalities and Geometry activities involving right triangles and trig. Highlighted activities include Simple Inequalities on a Number Line, Linear Inequalities in Two Variables, and Pythagorean Relationships.

      Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks, Jane Gillespie
      11/10/2009

      Math Nspired: Linear Functions, Quadrilaterals and Polygons

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 1.7

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 activities involving linear functions and Geometry activities involving quadrilaterals and polygons. Highlighted activities include Multiple Representations and Sum of Exterior Angles of Polygons.

      Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks, Jane Gillespie
      10/20/2009

      Math Nspired: Equations, Triangles, Perimeter and Area

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 1.7

      Learn to utilize Algebra 1 involving equations and Geometry activities involving triangles, perimeter, and area. Highlighted Algebra 1 activities include Visualizing Integers, From Expressions to Equations, Variables on Both Sides and Visualizing Equations. Highlighted Geometry activities include Triangle Inequality Theorem and Side Length, Perimeter, and Area of a Rectangle.

      Gail Burrill, Ruth Casey, Judy Hicks, Jane Gillespie
      09/22/2009

      Algebra Readiness: Closing the Achievement Gap with TI MathForward™

      Level: All

      A look at the implementation and results of TI MathForward in the Richardson Independent School District. Learn how MathForward aligns with algebra-readiness grant objectives, and see how professional development strengthens teacher content knowledge and enhances pedagogy.
      Paula Haney, Kristen San Juan
      09/15/2009

      Math Nspired: Introduction to Algebra 1 and Geometry

      Level: All
      OS/Software Version: 1.7

      Learn about the pedagogy of Math Nspired from experts in the field. See how classroom-ready Action/Consequence activities increase student understanding of “tough to teach, tough to learn” concepts. Highlighted Algebra and Geometry activities include Exploring Expressions and Points, Lines and Planes.
      Gail Burrill, Jane Gillespie, Carl Veatere
    • Upcoming

        Date Webinar Topic Panelists
        07/29/2014

        TEKS Content Shifts with TI Technology

        Level: All

        The Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills have shifted some content from the high school curriculum to the middle grades curriculum, while adding new content to the high school curriculum. In this webinar, you will learn about specific content standards that are generally new to middle grades and Algebra 1 teachers, including topics in algebra, geometry, and statistics. You will also learn about specific activities and resources that can support your transition to the new Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills. Whether you are using the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators or TI-Nspire™ technology, see how TI Education Technology can support your TEKS implementation.
        Toni Norrell, Michelle Rinehart