Education Technology

Hosted by educators for educators, these one-hour sessions show how to use TI technology and activities to drive student achievement.

Join the live, interactive webinars to ask questions and share ideas with presenters and other participants. Receive a Certificate of Attendance, which may be accepted for school or district continuing education credit.

Live T³™ webinars take place Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Central unless otherwise noted. All sessions are recorded and available on-demand following each event.

Date Title Technology Topic
Nov 27
The Science and Math Behind Helmet Design
Speakers: Linda Antinone, Cassie Whitecotton
Technology Proficiency Level: All
What is a concussion and what are the causes? What is the purpose of a helmet?

There is an increased awareness and concern about concussions, especially in sports. Presenters will discuss how students can use TI Nspire™ CX technology and Vernier probes to collect data to address this real world problem. They will show how to help students apply science and engineering ideas to design, evaluate, and refine a device that minimizes the force on an object during a collision.

Join this webinar to learn more about:
  • Using TI-Nspire CX™ technology and Vernier data collection probes to investigate what materials reduce the impact of force on an object
  • Analyzing data in DataQuest using different techniques: Best-fit line, modeling, area under-a -curve
  • Implementing the Next Generation Science Standards Three Dimensional Learning model: Practices, Core Ideas and Cross-Cutting Concepts
Presenters will highlight real-world examples from their work with STEM students.

TI‑Nspire™ Technology Teaching Resources,
STEM,
Physics
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Dec 04
Calculus: Endpoints of Intervals
Speakers: Vicki Carter, Steve Kokoska
Technology Proficiency Level: All
How your students talk about the endpoints of intervals matters on the AP® Calculus exam. In this webinar, AP® Calculus experts will discuss the use of TI technology to enhance student understanding of this tricky but crucial topic.

Presenters will:
  • Discuss increasing/decreasing, concavity and endpoints
  • Share insights from the exam scoring
  • Give tips on careful language
Presenters will use both TI-84 Plus and TI-Nspire™ technology.

TI-84 Plus family,
TI‑Nspire™ Technology
Exam Preparation,
Teaching Resources,
Calculus
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The Science and Math Behind Helmet Design
Speakers: Linda Antinone, Cassie Whitecotton
Technology Proficiency Level: All
What is a concussion and what are the causes? What is the purpose of a helmet?

There is an increased awareness and concern about concussions, especially in sports. Presenters will discuss how students can use TI Nspire™ CX technology and Vernier probes to collect data to address this real world problem. They will show how to help students apply science and engineering ideas to design, evaluate, and refine a device that minimizes the force on an object during a collision.

Join this webinar to learn more about:
  • Using TI-Nspire CX™ technology and Vernier data collection probes to investigate what materials reduce the impact of force on an object
  • Analyzing data in DataQuest using different techniques: Best-fit line, modeling, area under-a -curve
  • Implementing the Next Generation Science Standards Three Dimensional Learning model: Practices, Core Ideas and Cross-Cutting Concepts
Presenters will highlight real-world examples from their work with STEM students.

Calculus: Endpoints of Intervals
Speakers: Vicki Carter, Steve Kokoska
Technology Proficiency Level: All
How your students talk about the endpoints of intervals matters on the AP® Calculus exam. In this webinar, AP® Calculus experts will discuss the use of TI technology to enhance student understanding of this tricky but crucial topic.

Presenters will:
  • Discuss increasing/decreasing, concavity and endpoints
  • Share insights from the exam scoring
  • Give tips on careful language
Presenters will use both TI-84 Plus and TI-Nspire™ technology.

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