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Getting Started with the TI-84 Plus Family in
High School Mathematics

Designed for educators who want to learn more about the features of the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators, this workshop offers hands-on explorations demonstrating the effective classroom use of technology within a high school mathematics curriculum.

You’ll become familiar with the TI-84 Plus graphing calculator by working through classroom-ready activities that use the calculator to enhance student understanding and problem-solving.


This in-person workshop is available in one-, two- and three-day options to accommodate educator-specific needs. The two- and three-day workshops offer a more extensive exploration of topics. A virtual workshop is also available in multiple two- or three-hour sessions.

  • Overview of the TI-84 Plus graphing calculator, including the MathPrint™ feature and general graphing and statistical functionality.
  • Modeling and analysis of univariate data with box plots, histograms and measures of central tendency.
  • Exploration of graphing linear functions and solving linear systems graphically.
  • Additional coverage of modeling with multiple representations.
  • Exploration of interactive lessons that make connections between rate of change, linear functions and systems of linear equations.
  • Data collection and analysis with the Calculator-Based Ranger 2™ (CBR 2™) motion sensor, Vernier EasyTemp® USB temperature sensor and Vernier EasyData™ app.
  • Deeper immersion into additional technology features, with an emphasis on classroom applications and online resources.
  • Wider curriculum coverage across key areas in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus and Statistics.
  • Opportunities for differentiation based on educators’ classroom needs.

Areas of Focus

This workshop focuses on appropriate use of the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators and supporting computer software, with an emphasis on numeric, algebraic, geometric and statistical functionality across a high school mathematics curriculum.

Subject Topics
Algebra 1
Equivalence; Linear, Quadratic, & Exponential Functions; Systems of Linear Equations
Points, Lines, and Planes; Perimeter and Area
Algebra 2
Functions, Systems of Linear Equations & Inequalities; Matrices
Rational Functions
Displaying & Describing Univariate Data

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The costs of On-Site Workshops are:

  • One Day:      $2,500
  • Two Days:    $5,000
  • Three Days:  $7,500
Six virtual hours, delivered in two- or three-hour sessions, is the equivalent to one full-day of in-person professional learning. For workshop pricing including TI technology, please contact us.

"I learned more in the first 5 minutes of the workshop than I did in the entire day in the last PD I was in. (Our instructor) is a former classroom teacher so she got right to the point of the lesson. She knew where kids make common mistakes and could talk about when she was in the classroom."— Crystal White, Secondary Math Teacher
and Math Department Chair
Robbinsville High School (North Carolina)
"I felt empowered to go and use new ideas in my classroom. Excellent PD session." — Melissa Jackson, Mathematics Department Chair
Crestwood High School (South Carolina)
"I thought I knew the calculator until today!" — Brenae King, Math Teacher
Swain County Schools (North Carolina)
"(Our instructor) was a fantastic presenter. He structured the session around our needs and requests." — Karen Keener, Math Teacher
Brooke County Schools (West Virginia)