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Python prepares students for tech-savvy careers

Take advantage of the popular graphing technology that supports the popular programming language. Now students can learn to code on the same calculators they use for math and science.

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Texas Instruments (TI) helps students learn about Python programming with technology and activities that boost critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

Teach and learn Python with TI technology

TI technology makes programming more accessible for both teachers and students with graphing calculators that are available with Python preloaded and ready to code.

  • Integrates seamlessly into math, science, engineering and computer science classrooms
  • Intuitive features include user-friendly menus, in-line prompts, auto indent and more
  • Distraction-free and purposefully built without Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or cameras
  • Durable to keep working year after year from middle and high school to college
  • Portable to let students code anywhere, anytime — without an internet connection

Choose the calculator that’s right for you and your students

TI-84 Plus CE Python graphing calculator

TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Explore free online resources all about Python

Get engaging and interactive student activities that offer practical lessons into how Python programming works and what it can do.

Create a digital mood ring

Experience the fun of using Python with a creative, hands-on STEM project ideal for beginners. This activity offers everything you need to get your students into programming, including technology tips and a full series of video lessons.

Learn the basics with TI Codes

Get an easy introduction to Python and the basics of physical computing with short, engaging activities. Explore additional teaching resources to help students develop the foundational logic and mathematics of programming.

Why should your students learn Python?

Python is one of the fastest-growing programming languages used extensively across multiple industries. It’s the recommend language for advanced and first-time coders — and it’s fun and easy to learn.

  • Strengthen your students’ grasp of key math, science and STEM concepts
  • Encourage communication, collaboration and creativity
  • Teach programming principles that have real-world applications in tech-savvy, high-demand careers like engineering, computer science, robotics and more

Get your students excited about Python programming

Contact your local Educational Technology Consultant (ETC) for more details on how to get your students coding with Python.