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  • A Prime Summer Reading List Math Teachers Will Absolutely Love

    Posted 06/05/2024 by TI Staff and TI Teacher Community

    Keep summer brain rot at bay with this sizzling summer reading list for teachers! Dive into engaging teaching practices, captivating histories and intriguing mysteries for both math and science enthusiasts. Check out our newest additions to the list: fun math reads for students!

  • Top 6 TI-84 Family Calculator Functions You Need To Know for AP® Statistics

    Posted 04/08/2024 by Curtis Brown (@cbmathguy)

    Grab your TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator and keep it handy as we walk you through the most important functions students should know how to use for the AP® Statistics exam.

  • Math in Motion — 5 Educators Using Robotics To Teach Math

    Posted 04/02/2024 by Harshal S. Chhaya (@hschhaya)

    The mission of National Robotics Week is simple: to inspire students in robotics and STEM-related fields and to share the excitement of robotics with audiences of all ages. Learn how five educators are using the TI-Innovator™ Rover to teach math.

  • Bloom With These 5 Springtime Math Resources

    Posted 03/18/2024 by TI Staff

    Sunshine, flowers, bugs and showers — spring is here! With all the fun going on outside, here are some helpful, spring-themed teacher resources to keep math students focused on what's going on inside the classroom.

  • Celebrate Pi Day With Activities For Unlimited Fun

    Posted 02/28/2024 by TI Staff

    Any day is a better day with a little π (pi). Let’s celebrate Pi Day with some fun and meaningful activities that show students how the mathematical constant shows up in real life.

  • A Math Teacher's Guide to Valentine's Day Fun

    Posted 02/06/2024 by TI Staff

    Are you looking for Valentine’s Day math activities and fun ideas to decorate your classroom? Explore free and easy ways to show off your love of math while getting your students excited to learn.

  • Science Activities for Heart Health Month

    Posted 02/02/2024 by Erica Schiller, @ericaschiller

    With American Heart Month and Valentine’s Day just around the corner, what better time to explore cardiovascular health with your students? Here are several science lessons that will get your heart pumping!

  • The Heartbeat of STEM

    Posted 01/30/2024 by Jessica Kohout, @MrsKohout

    It’s the stimulating, heart-pounding STEM project that will get your students excited about Python programming. Check out this free activity that helps them learn the basics of coding while exploring the function and structure of the human heart.

  • TI Codes Contest: Winning Tips for First-Timers

    Posted 01/24/2024 by Erick Archer, TI Science Specialist

    Are you or your students interested in entering the TI Codes Contest for the first time? Get beginner tips and advice for help getting started.

  • Helpful AP® Precalculus resources teachers will love

    Posted 01/03/2024 by Vicki Carter, T³™ National Instructor (@vickimcarter)

    This 2023–2024 school year, the AP® Precalculus course became a reality for both teachers and students. Let’s look at some resources and technology tips to help students — and teachers — find success.

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