Education Technology
  • #NCTMannual Tips from TI

    Posted 04/18/2018 by Alison Pruett (@alison_pruett)

    5 ideas to help you prepare for a successful NCTM National Conference

  • AP® Statistics: 6 Math Functions You Must Know for the TI-84 Plus

    Posted 04/16/2018 by Curtis Brown

    The AP® Statistics exam requires a deep understanding of the concepts, but also an ability to carry out statistical computations. So what functionalities on your calculator are best to know and use of when taking the exam? We highlight 6 features of the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator that are “must-knows” in preparing for success in the class and on the exam.

  • Insider Tips for Winning the TI Codes Contest

    Posted 04/11/2018 by Kim Gonzales, @kimsgonzales

    You’ve made it through the first round of the TI Codes Contest. Congratulations! Now the real fun begins as you sketch out a solid plan in hopes of advancing to the next round.

  • How a math teacher started her school’s first coding club

    Posted 04/09/2018 by Ellen Fishpaw (@ellenfishpaw)

    Learn how math teacher, Jessica Kachur, helped her school launch its first coding club using robotics.  

  • Top 10 Features of TI-84 Plus for Taking the ACT®

    Posted 04/06/2018 by Tom Reardon, @tomreardon3

    Taking the ACT Soon? Here are 10 features on the TI-84 Plus that help students do their best work on the ACT.

  • Celebrate Mathematics Awareness Month

    Posted 04/04/2018 by Curtis Brown

    Explore 4 lessons to bring awareness to some cool applications of mathematics.

  • Who knew math had moves?

    Posted 03/28/2018 by Ellen Fishpaw, @ellenfishpaw

    Students face-off in Rover dance-off as part of a STEM day at schools across San Antonio.

  • Meet TI Teacher of the Month: Ellen Browne

    Posted 03/27/2018 by Kim Gonzales (@kimsgonzales)

    We’re celebrating teachers, like you, who make a difference in the classroom. This month, join us in getting to know Ellen Browne, a teacher who lives with 350 teenagers and uses her violin to teach math.

  • Science Sims Can Be Phenomenal!

    Posted 03/20/2018 by Erick Archer

    The expression “seeing is believing” is usually true. But in science education, many of the concepts can be quite difficult for students to observe because they can be very small, very large, very fast or very slow. So how can we provide students with an experience of science phenomena in the confined 45 to 90 minutes of a class period? One option is with simulations. Try these 5 simulation-based lessons with your students.

  • 3.1415… Ways to Celebrate Pi Day

    Posted 03/08/2018 by Kimberly Gonzales (@kimsgonzales)

    Celebrate pi day using these fun math activities your students are sure to love. It’s as easy as 3.1415….

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