| Dallas (September 19, 2011) – Texas Instruments has announced its schedule of fall webinars for math and science educators. The free webinar series is presented by the Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T³™) professional development organization sponsored by Texas Instruments.
The webinars are presented by experienced educators with math and science backgrounds. The series features live and on-demand sessions where educators can learn how to effectively use TI technology to build student understanding of math and science concepts. The webinars cover a variety of technology skills that can be used in subject areas such as Chemistry, Biology, Algebra 1, Calculus and Statistics.
“The free webinar series is designed to give educators a quick, convenient way to update their skills with TI technology,” said Gayle Mujica, director of Texas Instruments T³ professional development organization. “The webinars also show teachers how to take advantage of the many other free resources that TI offers.”
All webinars are about one hour long and are recorded for on-demand viewing later. A “Certificate of Attendance” is available to webinar participants.
For more information or to register, visit http://education.ti.com/calculators/pd/US/Online-Learning/Webinars.
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