Education Technology
  • Flattening the Curve: How You Can Learn to Stay Healthy With STEM

    Posted 03/26/2020 by Frederick Fotsch

    Everyone is scrambling to figure out how to keep the learning going. Teachers are being asked to create online content and lessons for students to consume at home. In this activity, students learn what it means to “flatten the curve” and understand why certain behaviors will help to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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  • Top 5 Tips for Transitioning to Virtual Teaching

    Posted 03/20/2020 by Erica Schiller

    As you journey into the world of distance education, get tips on effective teaching strategies from an expert in the field. Plus, join our webinars next Tuesday and Wednesday to ask your questions about transitioning to virtual learning.

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  • TI’s Response to COVID-19: We Hear You and Are Here for You

    Posted 03/19/2020 by Peter Balyta (@pbalyta)

    As more schools transition to remote learning to limit the spread of the coronavirus, our team has been hard at work exploring new resources, and identifying existing ones, that can support students and teachers as they pivot to virtual learning.

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  • The Long Road to My STEM Career

    Posted 03/12/2020 by Ada Woo, Ph.D.

    I took the long way around in my career path. Literally. I was born in Hong Kong, about 7,500 miles from Iowa City. Growing up, I didn’t have much encouragement to follow a STEM career path. Today, I’m sharing my STEM journey — the whole story — with girls so they can accept the failures and celebrate learning from them.

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  • A Perfect March Madness® Bracket: What Are the odds?

    Posted 03/10/2020 by Curtis Brown (@cb_ltf)

    Every year, millions of people fill out a bracket for the NCAA tournament. If you’re like me, you hear that little voice saying, “What if I became the first person ever to fill out a perfect bracket?” But, do the math, and it’s easy to see the odds are overwhelmingly against it.

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  • How a TI Calculator Helped Launch an Engineering Career at TI

    Posted 02/05/2020 by Shreya Mandal

    Help get into the spirit of EWeek by reading how a TI calculator I“nspire”d an engineering career.

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  • Engage All Students With Questioning Strategies

    Posted 01/31/2020 by Emily Kraus

    How many times have you heard an administrator, professional development presenter or master teacher say, “100% engagement”? I have lost count. Would you believe me if I said there really is a way to engage all of your students, even the most distracted, most reluctant learner?

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  • ICYMI: Top 10 Webinars of 2019

    Posted 01/10/2020 by Erica Schiller

    Is professional development one of your 2020 goals? We can help you get started with a list of the top 10 most watched webinars from 2019. These are all free and on-demand. You can knock one out in no time!

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  • A Teacher’s Take on Prioritizing Self-Care for a New Year, New You

    Posted 12/31/2019 by Stephanie Yi

    Jumpstart your self-care routine for a better you in the new year with three tips from Stephanie Yi, a seventh grade math teacher in Boston.

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  • Why It’s Good to Make Mistakes in Math Class

    Posted 12/20/2019 by Kate Bing Coners

    If you’re a math teacher, you’re familiar with students anxiously asking to use their calculators. For them, it may feel like a secret weapon that will help them be more successful in math class.

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