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2019 T³™ International Conference March 8 - 10, 2019 Baltimore, Maryland #T3IC

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Over the past several weeks, we have heard from educators who had concerns about travel and large meetings due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Out of an abundance of caution, we made the decision to cancel the T³™ International Conference in order to prioritize the health and safety of conference attendees, employees and our community. For information on refunds and cancellations, click on the registration and hotel/travel tabs above. If you have additional questions, email T3IC2020@list.ti.com.

Updated March 11, 2020

2020 Virtual T³IC information

We are committed to bringing you a quality professional learning experience, which is why we offered the 2020 Virtual T³IC on Saturday March 14. Attendees were able to participate in 12 one-hour online sessions. Find the session recordings and materials below.

2020 Virtual T³IC sessions

Little-Known Tips and Tricks for the TI-84 Family of Graphing Calculators and TI-SmartView™ CE Emulator Software

See how to use the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator as an evaluator of complex expressions, easily trace on a graph and table simultaneously, quickly evaluate the quadratic formula, store window settings, quickly investigate transformation graphing with lists, and more.

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Are You Using Technology Effectively? Come Find Out

Technology poses challenges to mathematics educators. In this workshop, participants will experience activities illustrating effective and ineffective uses of technology in teaching and learning mathematics. Participants will discuss criteria for effective use of technology in the classroom and apply them to analyze various activities with TI-Nspire™ CX II technology.

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The Curiosity and Problem-Solving of STEM

What does problem-solving look like in STEM, and what can we do as teachers to make every letter of STEM really shine in our classes? Join us in inquiry-based activities ready to take back to your classroom that unite math, science, engineering and TI-Nspire™ technology.

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The Development of Mathematical Reasoning

We’ll discuss a sequence of embedded levels of reasoning that help students develop intuition and understanding of high school functions and relations. When we attempt to skip these levels, students do not have the requisite connections to succeed. We’ll showcase possible interventions.

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More Tips and Tricks for the TI-84 Plus Family of Graphing Calculators

Get the most out of your TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators with these tips and tricks that can empower students to handle expressions and equations fluently, increase performance on standardized tests or the AP Calculus Exam, visualize big ideas in mathematics, and make connections.

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Learn to Draw on the TI-Nspire™ CX II Graphing Calculator

The TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator contains new Draw commands that allow us to write TI-Basic programs that produce full-screen graphical results. With the getKey() function we can write interactive graphical programs, too. Come and learn how to take advantage of this exciting new feature in the TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator.

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DCI, CCC and SEPs, Oh My! Sweet and Salty Investigations With a 3D Twist

In this session, participants will use TI technology and Vernier sensors to collect real-world data to determine a phenomenon — why salt is added to freezing roads and making homemade ice cream but also added to boiling water when making pasta.

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Using TI Technology to Increase Student Engagement

Research shows that increasing levels of student engagement lead to increases in student achievement. This session will use problems and the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator to support discussion on how technology can be used to increase student engagement.

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What Do You Notice? Strategies for Inquiry With TI-84 Technology

Noticing and wondering, which one doesn’t belong, and action-consequence-reflection are among the inquiry strategies we will discuss to build understanding with TI-84 Plus CE technology and TI-SmartView™ emulator software. Leverage your calculators with engaging reasoning and discussion activities to make the math learning stick.

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Interactive Geometry TI-Nspire™ Activities: Play, Investigate, Explore and Discover Geometry Concepts Quickly, Easily, Dynamically and In-Depth

Discover geometric properties in 15 seconds by interacting with dynamic geometric figures: parallel lines, right triangles, areas, volumes, circles and quadrilaterals. Experience reflections, translations, rotations and dilations as never before. 100+ activities available, with student sheets and teacher notes.

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A Hands-On Look at Creating the First Ever TI-Innovator™ Rover Competition

Do you have some TI-Innovator™ Rovers but want to do more with them? Want to get a start in robotics but don’t have thousands of dollars? Come learn how to host a Rover competition where students compete in a series of challenges to see which teams are the most creative problem-solvers.

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Problem-Solving Strategies and Reasoning on the ACT® Exam

Did you know that there are almost always two or three bad answers on each ACT® question? Too often, students don’t reason through a question before they guess an answer choice. Instead, students should make sense of problems and forge ahead with a plan to solve them.

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2020 T³IC session library

Explore our 2020 T³IC library of session resources and materials. You can find lessons, activities and documents presenters have shared from the sessions they had planned to present.

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Attendee registration

Your registration for the in-person conference has been automatically cancelled, and you will receive a refund through your original payment method. If your school paid via PO, the refund will be issued by check to the school. If you do not receive the refund by March 19, 2020, please notify us at t3ic2020@list.ti.com.

Hotel reservations

If you booked your hotel reservation with the Omni® Dallas Hotel through the conference website, it has automatically been cancelled. No action on your part is necessary. Your hotel cancellation acknowledgement was sent from Connections Housing, the T³IC housing agency.

If you wish to reinstate your reservation with the Omni® Dallas Hotel at the conference group rate, you will need to contact the hotel directly. Please contact the Omni® Dallas Hotel at 214.744.6664 or 800.843.6664, and let them know you were an attendee of the T³™ International Conference and wish to reinstate your hotel reservation.

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2020 T³IC session library

Explore our 2020 T³IC library of session resources and materials. You can find lessons, activities and documents presenters have shared from the sessions they had planned to present.