Education Technology
  • 6 Sensational TI Resources to Jump-Start Your School Year

    Posted 08/11/2023 by Cara Kugler, Instructional Content Manager, TI

    Summer may be coming to a close, but TI can help ease the back-to-school season with many resources to get you and your students up to speed, no matter what calculator they are using. Let’s take a look at six favorite TI resources to get your year started off right.

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  • 5 Study Tips from a Student #StudyGrammer

    Posted 04/06/2023 by TI Staff

    It’s one thing to know you have to study, but understanding how to study effectively and efficiently is a whole different matter. High school student Sophia from @girlmeetsdesk created a popular studygram to help her fellow students do just that.

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

    Posted 04/04/2023 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.

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  • Are You and Your Students Ready for the IB® Exams?

    Posted 03/31/2023 by Dan Wilkie

    Check out some tips and tricks from an IB® teacher and examiner, and learn more about the free resources TI offers to help your students be ready for the IB® exams.

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  • Why Buy a Graphing Calculator?

    Posted 03/30/2023 by TI Staff

    Why a graphing calculator? It’s a durable, long-lasting tool used for learning and understanding math and science better. Discover more about the long-term value students get from the one-time purchase of a TI graphing calculator.

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  • 5 Fresh Spring Ideas for Your Classroom

    Posted 03/15/2023 by Mark Watson

    Spring is here! We’ve put together a collection of spring-themed resources with fresh ideas to help you spruce up your classroom, including classroom decorations, student activities, teacher tips and more.

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  • 3.1415… Ways to Celebrate Pi Day

    Posted 03/10/2023 by TI Staff

    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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  • 5 Teacher Tips for Classroom Management

    Posted 02/24/2023 by Mark Watson

    Our teacher community shares their classroom management tips and tricks. Here are the top five approaches (with a few unique styles and techniques) they shared for managing a math classroom.

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  • Middle School Math Meets Python Game Design

    Posted 01/27/2023 by Becky Byer (@bb31415)

    How about incorporating some Python coding in the classroom, to achieve enrichment, remediation and grow all students mathematically? My students are always interested in adding some game play to the content! If you’ve never coded before, don’t let that stop you — keep reading.

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  • Computer Science Comes to Life With TI Technology

    Posted 12/02/2022 by Becky Byer (@bb31415)

    Check out TI’s new computer science resource site that offers engaging activities and projects to complement any computer science classroom. Take a tour of the new site with one of the educators, Becky Byer, who helped launch the site.

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  • Breast Cancer: When Good DNA Goes Bad

    Posted 10/07/2022 by Jeff Lukens, retired biology teacher

    Follow the personal cancer ordeal of Kristi Egland, Ph.D., a researcher who was diagnosed with the same type of cancer that she was researching. Read Egland’s story and learn about one woman’s journey from diagnosis to treatment to cure as your students explore the biology behind cancer in the TI STEM Behind Health activity, “Breast Cancer: When Good DNA Goes Bad.”

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  • 3 Math Resources To Give Your Substitute Teacher

    Posted 08/19/2022 by Mark Watson

    The teacher may be out, but learning is still in. Explore our collection of video lessons to make sure your students can continue their learning while you’re away from class. All the featured resources here will help make it simpler for your substitute teacher.

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  • Get Your Promposal Ready — Try Balloons and Buttons

    Posted 04/11/2022 by John Hanna

    It’s prom season, and it can be hard to keep your students from daydreaming about prom night. How about an activity that will grab their attention while you sneak in some programming skills? Check out several examples for “promposals” on the TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator.

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  • The 7-Year Itch: Can It Be True for IB® Exams Too?

    Posted 04/08/2022 by Dan Wilkie

    Check out some tips and tricks from an IB® teacher/moderator/examiner, and learn more about the free resources TI offers to help your students be ready for the IB® exams.

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  • 3.1415… Ways to Celebrate Pi Day

    Posted 03/10/2022 by TI Staff

    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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  • TI’s Path to STEM Projects Are Now Available in Python

    Posted 02/18/2022 by Erick Archer, Market Strategy Manager

    Texas Instruments’ Path to STEM projects provide students stepping stones to learn fundamental concepts in electrical engineering through short hands-on activities using breadboards, wires and electronics components. Students will control the breadboard through coding. This program is designed for beginners, so no experience is necessary.

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  • Field Goal vs. Ice Cream: The Ultimate Game Day Matchup

    Posted 02/07/2022 by Cara Kugler, Instructional Content Manager, Texas Instruments

    Check out these engaging math and science lessons that are certain to bring a win to your classroom and set the stage for the big game coming up.

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  • Behind the Scenes of TI Codes

    Posted 01/21/2022 by John Hanna

    Take a peek behind the scenes of TI Codes with the author himself, John Hanna. Learn more about the history and conception of this popular free web resource that is teaching students and teachers to code in TI-Basic and Python on their TI calculators.

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  • Choose Your Own Adventure: 5 Projects To Get Students Coding With Python!

    Posted 12/03/2021 by Becky Byer @ bb31415

    Computer Science Education Week is just around the corner … are you ready for some Python fun with your students? How do you plan to spend the week? Read on to learn about 5 projects to get students coding with Python.

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  • Transformation Graphing — the Families of Functions Modular Video Series to the Rescue!

    Posted 10/29/2021 by Tom Reardon

    Learn about a free resource from TI that offers over 250 videos to help students understand these essential graphs and their transformations.

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