Jun 26 
Worcester 
Mass. 
T³™ Northeast Professional Development Summit
Dates: June 2627, 2017
Time: 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Location: Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science  85 Prescott St.  Worcester, MA 01605
Technology Included With Registration:
TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board, plus your choice of the following
 TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator and TISmartView™ CE Emulator Software for the TI84 Plus graphing family
 TINspire™ CX Handheld and TINspire™ CX Teacher Software
 TINspire™ CX CAS Handheld and TINspire™ CX Teacher Software
Cost:
 $250 with TI technology
 $150 without TI technology
 Register four and the fifth attendee is free
Questions:
Jackie Bonneau  508.831.5859  bonneau@wpi.edu
Jim Donatelli  774.287.1446  jdonatelli@ti.com
Program:
Monday, June 26, 2017
7:30 – 8 a.m. 
Checkin and Continental Breakfast 
8 – 11 a.m. 
Morning Sessions (Choose one) 
Session One 
Learning to Code With TI Graphing Technology
 This session is designed for educators interested in introducing coding to their students using the TI84 Plus CE or TINspire™ CX handhelds.
 Building upon the lessons from the Ten Minutes of Code, the session introduces the basics of coding principles including logic, selection statements, loops, etc.
 The principles of coding will be connected to many concepts in the math and science curriculum to increase student understanding.
 By the end of the session, you should be comfortable with using TIBasic and the transferrable skills to move to the next stage in coding.

Session Two 
Getting Started With TI84 Plus CE Technology (Calculator and Software)
 How is this member of the TI84 Plus family different from previous TI84 family graphing calculators?
 Overview of the TI84 Plus CE color graphing calculator, basic computation, and graphing and functionality.
 Effective use of TISmartView™ CE Emulator Software for the TI84 Plus graphing family

11 a.m. – noon 
Networking Lunch 
Noon – 3 p.m. 
Afternoon Sessions (Choose one) 
Session Three 
Learning to Code With the TIInnovator™ Hub (TI84 Plus Family and TINspire™ Family)
 This session is designed for educators interested in introducing coding to their students using the TIInnovator™ Hub with TI Launchpad™ Board.
 Extend the lessons seen in the 10 Minutes of Code with the TIInnovator™ Hub to excite students in learning the code to control the TIInnovator™ Hub and the builtin sensors, including light and sound.
 Engage your students with the latest technology, preparing them for the next stage to explore realworld STEM applications.

Session Four 
Exploring Algebra Topics With the TI84 Plus CE Technology (Calculator and Software)
 Topics include linear functions, linear systems, functions and relations, quadratic functions, exponential functions, radical functions, probability, and rational functions

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
7:30 – 8 a.m. 
Checkin and Continental Breakfast 
8 – 11 a.m. 
Morning Sessions (Choose one) 
Session Five 
Exploring Science Through Engineering Design With the TIInnovator™ Hub
 This workshop is designed for science and STEM teachers interested in introducing the Engineering Design Process with TINspire™ Family technology and the TIInnovator™ Hub with TI Launchpad Board.
 This workshop will highlight lessons that can include topics such as photosynthesis, cellular respiration and uniform motion that will engage your students in new and exciting ways.
 Your students will get a chance to design and build models that interface with TI technology to explore these topics like never before.

Session Six 
Exploring Statistics Topics With the TI84 Plus CE Technology (Calculator and Software)
 Interpreting Univariate Data
Represent data with dot plots; compare center and spread of data sets; and use the mean and standard deviation to fit a data set into a normal distribution
 Interpreting Bivariate Data
Represent bivariate data on a scatter plot; describe the relationship; and interpret the slope and intercept of a linear model in the context of the data
 Conditional Probability
Use independence and conditional probability to interpret data; use the rules of probability to compute probabilities of compound events
 Making Inferences and Decisions
Understand and evaluate random processes underlying statistical experiments

11 a.m. – noon 
Networking Lunch 
Noon – 3 p.m. 
Afternoon Sessions (Choose one) 
Session Seven 
Exploring Path to STEM Projects With the TIInnovator™ Hub
 This session is designed for math and science teachers interested in introducing STEM projects with and the TIInnovator™ Hub with TI Launchpad™ Board and either TINspire™ CX technology or TI84 Plus CE technology
 Guide students on the path to building their own STEM projects with activities that challenge them to learn the science concepts that support the development of engineering skills.
 Your students will get a chance to design and build models that interface with TI technology to explore these topics like never before.

Session Eight 
Exploring Precalculus and Calculus Topics With TI84 Plus CE Technology (Calculator and Software)
 Modeling Various Functions – statistical regression, choosing the best model, interpolating/extrapolating information
 Polynomial Equations and Functions – graphing and evaluating, finding relative extremes, an exploration of zeroes
 Trigonometry – transformations, solving trigonometric equations
 Calculus – tangent line approximations, exploring the relationship between a function and its derivatives, the relationship between integration and the area between a curve and the xaxis


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Jun 27 
Seattle 
Wash. 
T³™ Northwest Professional Development Summit: Effectively Managing Technology in the Classroom
Dates: June 27, 2017
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: Mercer Island High School  9100 SE 42nd St.  Mercer Island, WA 98040
Technology Included with Registration:
TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board, plus your choice of the following:
 TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator and TISmartView™ CE Emulator Software for the TI84 Plus graphing family
 TINspire™ CX Handheld and TINspire™ CX Teacher Software
 TINspire™ CX CAS Handheld and TINspire™ CX Teacher Software
Cost:
 $200 with TI technology
 $100 without TI technology
 Register four and the fifth attendee is free
Questions:
Kim Schjelderup  kim.schjelderup@mercerislandschools.org
Lynn Adsit  lynn.adsit@mercerislandschools.org
Program:
The day’s agenda offers choices in four strands: 1) Mathematics, 2) STEM, 3) Interdisciplinary Connections and 4) Supporting Student Learning. You may choose a topic from any strand during each session time.
8 – 9 a.m. 
Checkin 
9 – 9:20 a.m. 
Opening Remarks 
9:30 – 10:45 a.m. 
Choose one:
Getting Started With TI84 Plus CE Technology (Calculator and Software)
 How is this member of the TI84 Plus family different than previous TI84 family graphing calculators?
 Overview of the TI84 Plus CE color graphing calculator, basic computation and graphing and functionality
 Effective use of TISmartView™ CE Emulator Software for the TI84 Plus graphing family
Applying Math in the Real World With STEM
STEM opens the door to connecting math applications to reallife applications. Investigate the opportunities to make reallife connections.
Engineering Design in the Classroom
Let’s explore the E in STEM – Engineering  and how to use the principles of design when defining a problem and determining a solution.
Tasks That Promote Reasoning and Problem Solving
What are the elements of a rich task? Let’s review sample tasks and discuss the key components that push student thinking.

11 – 12:15 p.m. 
Choose one:
Exploring Algebra Topics With the TI84 Plus CE Technology (Calculator and Software)
Topics include:
 Linear functions
 Linear systems
 Functions and Relations
 Quadratic functions
 Exponential functions
 Radical functions
 Probability
 Rational functions
STEM Behind Hollywood – Zombies
Come explore the connections in science, technology, engineering and math with the world of zombies. Make Hollywood come to life in your class.
STEM Connections to the Math Curriculum
Where does STEM fit into the math curriculum? This session will highlight areas where math teachers can connect concepts in STEM to the math curriculum.
Orchestrating Effective Discussions in Your Classroom
Good questions can be hard to ask. This session will address strategies to promote effective and engaging discussions that give all students a voice in your classroom.

12:15 – 1:15 p.m. 
Networking lunch provided

1:15 – 2:30 p.m. 
Choose one:
Exploring Precalculus and Calculus Topics With TI Technology (Calculator and Software)
 Modeling Various Functions – statistical regression, choosing the best model, interpolating/extrapolating information
 Polynomial Equations and Functions – graphing and evaluating, finding relative extremes, an exploration of zeroes
 Trigonometry – transformations, solving trigonometric equations
 Calculus – tangent line approximations, exploring the relationship between a function and its derivatives, the relationship between integration and the area between a curve and the xaxis
Connecting Math and Coding – Ten Minutes a Week
Explore some simple programs that can tie math concepts with learning the basics of coding, taking just ten minutes a week.
What is a Ratio? A Closer Look at Middle Grades Math
Understanding ratios is a building block to further understanding of key concepts. We will explore ratios and proportional relationships in the context of a vertical alignment throughout the math curriculum.
Eliciting Evidence of Student Understanding
How do you know when students are ready to move on? We will explore methods for gauging student comprehension and addressing misconceptions.

2:45 – 4 p.m. 
Choose one:
Exploring Statistics Topics With the TI Technology (Calculator and Software)
 Interpreting Univariate Data
Represent data with dot plots; compare center and spread of data sets; use the mean and standard deviation to fit a data set into a normal distribution
 Interpreting Bivariate Data
Represent bivariate data on a scatter plot; describe the relationship; and interpret the slope and intercept of a linear model in the context of the data
 Conditional Probability
Use independence and conditional probability to interpret data; use the rules of probability to compute probabilities of compound events
 Making Inferences and Decisions
Understand and evaluate random processes underlying statistical experiments
Working With TIInnovator™ Hub With TI LaunchPad™ Board in STEM
Investigate how The TIInnovator™ system supports connections between engineering, science and mathematics.
Math Behind Sports – Connecting Math and Sports
We all use math everyday. Even in sports, math is essential for the win. We will discuss the activities designed to connect sports and math in the real world.
Open Ended Struggle – Key to Learning
A part of encouraging a growth mindset, we need to provide opportunities for students to struggle productively in developing their math sense. Let’s discuss what this looks like in your classroom.


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Aug 04 
Houston 
Texas 
T³™ Professional Development Summit
Dates: Aug. 4, 2017
Time: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: Rice University, BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) building located at 6500 Main Street, Houston, TX, 77030
Technology Included With Registration:
TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board along with TINspire™ technology or TI84 Plus CE technology:
 TI84 Plus CE graphing calculator and TISmartView™ CE Emulator Software for the TI84 Plus graphing family Version 5.2
 TINspire™ CX handheld and TINspire™ CX Teacher Software
 TINspire™ CX CAS handheld and TINspire™ CX Teacher Software
Cost:
 $200 with TI technology
 $100 without TI technology
 Register four and the fifth attendee is free
Questions:
Please contact Alice Fisher  afisher@rice.edu
Program:
The day’s agenda offers choices in four strands: 1) Coding, 2) STEM, 3) Interdisciplinary Connections and 4) Supporting Student Learning. You may choose a topic from any strand during each session time.
8 – 9 a.m. 
Checkin 
9 – 9:20 a.m. 
Opening Remarks 
9:30 – 10:45 a.m. 
Choose one:
Connecting Math and Coding – Ten Minutes a Week
Explore some simple programs that can tie math concepts with learning the basics of coding, taking just ten minutes a week.
Applying Math in the Real World With STEM
STEM opens the door to connecting math applications to reallife applications. Investigate the opportunities to make real life connections.
What are the Principles of Engineering Design?
Let’s explore the E in STEM – Engineering  and how to use the principles of design when defining a problem and determining a solution.
Tasks That Promote Reasoning and Problem Solving
What are the elements of a rich task? Let’s review sample tasks and discuss the key components that push student thinking.

11 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. 
Choose one:
Next Step: Coding With the TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board
Once we have the basics of coding, let’s explore how to communicate with the TIInnovator™ system to create interactive programs.
STEM Behind Hollywood  Zombies
Come explore the connections in science, technology, engineering and math with the world of zombies! Make Hollywood come to life in your class.
STEM Connections to the Math Curriculum
Where does STEM fit into the math curriculum? This session will highlight areas where math teachers can connect concepts in STEM to the math curriculum.
Orchestrating Effective Discussions in Your Classroom
Good questions can be hard to ask. This session will address strategies to promote effective and engaging discussions that give all students a voice in your classroom.

12:15 – 1:15 p.m. 
Networking lunch provided 
1:15 – 2:30 p.m. 
Choose one:
Coding Projects for the Math Classroom
Explore applications of coding to write programs that connect directly to the math curriculum. Bring your ideas.
Working With TIInnovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board in STEM
Investigate how The TIInnovator™ system supports connections between engineering, science and mathematics.
What is a Ratio? A Closer Look at Middle Grades Math
Understanding ratios is a building block to further understanding of key concepts. We will explore ratios and proportional relationships in the context of a vertical alignment throughout the math curriculum.
Eliciting Evidence of Student Understanding
How do you know when students are ready to move on? We will explore methods for gauging student comprehension and addressing misconceptions.

2:45 – 4 p.m. 
Choose one:
Beyond the Basics Coding
Where can one go after completing the Ten Minutes of Code activities? Investigate math and science extensions and dive deeper into the possibilities of coding.
Projects for Afterschool Clubs or Summer Camps
Many schools are implementing afterschool STEM clubs and summer camps. This session will highlight ideas and activities to use in starting your clubs and camps.
Math Behind Sports – Connecting Math and Sports
We all use math everyday – even in sports math is essential for the win! We will discuss the activities designed to connect sports and math in the real world.
Open Ended Struggle – Key to Learning
A part of encouraging a growth mindset we need to provide opportunities for students to struggle productively in developing their math sense. Let’s discuss what this looks like in your classroom.


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