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This workshop is designed for high school mathematics or science educators interested in introducing STEM projects to their students using the TI-Innovator™ Hub with TI LaunchPad™ Board, along with either TI-Nspire™ CX technology or TI-84 Plus CE technology.
In this workshop, participants will explore STEM concepts and develop engineering skills by designing and coding electronics. In addition, participants will learn to guide students on the path to building their own STEM projects with activities that support the development of engineering skills. Participants will learn how to lead students to synthesize, build and understand unique projects of their own creation using TI technology.
By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to say, I can:
Note: Participants should have basic working knowledge of either TI-Nspire™ CX technology or TI-84 Plus CE technology prior to attending this workshop. It is recommended that educators attend a “Getting Started” workshop prior to participating in this workshop.
This workshop is available in one- and two-day options to accommodate educator-specific needs. Participants will use either the TI-Nspire™ CX handhelds or TI-84 Plus CE handhelds, along with the Hub and corresponding TI-Innovator™ Breadboard Packs. The two-day workshop offers a more extensive exploration of topics.
Participants will join in discussions and interactive activities to:
Participants will expand on the lessons learned in day one and engage in additional activities to:
|Setting Digital Output||
Design, code and build a speaker using a digital output pin.
|Getting Digital Input||
Design code and build an electronic switch using a digital input pin.
|Setting Analog Output||
Control the brightness of an LED light using an analog output.
|Getting Analog Input||
Design, code and build a water quality sensor using an analog output.
|Feedback and Control
Build an electronic heater than monitors sensor input and adjusts output.