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Upcoming Webinars

Led by teachers for teachers, free upcoming T³™ Webinars and Curriculum Inspirations feature the most relevant topics in mathematics and STEM education.
Live webinars last approximately 60 minutes and are held in the evenings, Curriculum Inspirations are short focused sessions of approximately 15 minutes immediately after school. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end of each Webinar and Curriculum Inspiration.

Watch past webinars on demand.

Date Title Technology Level
30 Apr
Statistics and where to find them.
Speakers: TBA
Level: All
2.5 Quintillion bytes of extra data are created each and every day. 90% of the world's data was created in the past two years. How are your students collecting and analyzing data? Whether your students are creating on-line surveys through a Google Form or downloading from a website, they can quickly and easily move their data onto their TI-Nspire meaning their is much less time spent performing data entry and more time on analysis. In this webinar we will identify a collection of data collections opportunities, show how to efficiently move the data from a computer to handheld and finally how to analyse the data. We'll also include some cool tips and tricks like how to 'lock' the data so it cannot be inadvertently changed or deleted.
TI-Nspire™ CX Technology ,
TI-Nspire™ CAS Technology
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21 May
Using Data Capture to help teach calculus
Speakers: Stephen Crouch
Level: Senior
Maximum / Minimum problems in calculus can be enhanced by dynamic visual representations providing students with a deeper understanding of the concepts. Students can see the change in x and the change in y. Data capture adds another level to this understanding. In this webinar participants will see examples of how powerful this tool is and see how to construct their own dynamic representations complete with automatic data capture.
TI-Nspire™ CX Technology ,
TI-Nspire™ CAS Technology
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28 May
Transformations
Speakers: Peter Fox
Level: All
In 1637 René Descartes published a revolutionary book La Géométrie where he brought together two areas of mathematics; Geometry and Algebra in an attempt to ‘unify’ mathematics. The “Cartesian” plane, named after René Descartes, is an integral component of every high school mathematics course. Transformations of ‘shapes’ can be explored geometrically or over-laid on the Cartesian plane so as to help students understanding when transformations are treated algebraically in senior levels. Join us on this webinar as we demonstrate how to generate transformations using the geometry tool, matrices and of course functions.
TI-Nspire™ CX Technology ,
TI-Nspire™ CAS Technology
All View Details Hide Details
Statistics and where to find them.
Speakers: TBA
Level: All
2.5 Quintillion bytes of extra data are created each and every day. 90% of the world's data was created in the past two years. How are your students collecting and analyzing data? Whether your students are creating on-line surveys through a Google Form or downloading from a website, they can quickly and easily move their data onto their TI-Nspire meaning their is much less time spent performing data entry and more time on analysis. In this webinar we will identify a collection of data collections opportunities, show how to efficiently move the data from a computer to handheld and finally how to analyse the data. We'll also include some cool tips and tricks like how to 'lock' the data so it cannot be inadvertently changed or deleted.
Using Data Capture to help teach calculus
Speakers: Stephen Crouch
Level: Senior
Maximum / Minimum problems in calculus can be enhanced by dynamic visual representations providing students with a deeper understanding of the concepts. Students can see the change in x and the change in y. Data capture adds another level to this understanding. In this webinar participants will see examples of how powerful this tool is and see how to construct their own dynamic representations complete with automatic data capture.
Transformations
Speakers: Peter Fox
Level: All
In 1637 René Descartes published a revolutionary book La Géométrie where he brought together two areas of mathematics; Geometry and Algebra in an attempt to ‘unify’ mathematics. The “Cartesian” plane, named after René Descartes, is an integral component of every high school mathematics course. Transformations of ‘shapes’ can be explored geometrically or over-laid on the Cartesian plane so as to help students understanding when transformations are treated algebraically in senior levels. Join us on this webinar as we demonstrate how to generate transformations using the geometry tool, matrices and of course functions.