• Flying Like Leonardo Envisioned … In the Classroom!

    Posted 14/04/2023 by Ian Galloway

    Did you know you can fly a Tello drone using Texas Instruments graphing calculators? This new feature allows you to bring flying to the classroom. Using flight and drone technology offer many opportunities for delivering the curriculum. In addition to building math skills, teachers could work on centre of gravity, Newton’s Second Law, air resistance, Bernoulli’s Principle, or ethical issues around drone use. And how about the fact that da Vinci invented three flying machines like the drone 500 years ago?

  • Smart Irrigation With the TI-Nspire™ CX Ecosystem: “Students See That Mathematics Is Actually Very Useful”

    Posted 29/08/2022 by Carlos Coelho

    The motivation and enthusiasm of the students at Molelos Secondary School in Tondela, Portugal, were the driving forces behind the Smart Irrigation project using the TI-Nspire™ CX Ecosystem. But it was maths teacher Olga Pestana who put the wheels in motion.

  • T³ Europe Tips for Your Summer Break

    Posted 01/07/2022 by Sónia Reis

    The summer holiday is here! You’ll probably be looking forward to recharging, and you might also be looking for some good ideas for inspiring books, websites, videos or podcast series. We asked five education specialists and T3 instructors to share their favourite content and how they will spend their free time in the summer. Hope you find something inspiring!

  • Temperature: What It Means and How We Measure It

    Posted 10/06/2022 by Ian Galloway

    Almost nothing happens in the universe without there being a difference of temperature between two places. This suggests that most energy changes are associated with a temperature difference.

  • Exchange and Cooperation: Value of the T³ Teacher Network

    Posted 30/10/2021 by Stephan Griebel

    The history of the T³ teacher network is a history of cooperation on many different levels. It is about cooperation between individuals as well as between institutions across national and ‘content’ boundaries.

  • Find a Murderer With TI-Nspire™ CX Technology

    Posted 22/11/2019 by Edith Vos (@edithvos)

    “Famous music producer Jonathan Wallace was found killed in his bathtub. The only clue at the crime scene was a set of muddy footprints leading from the nearby window to the bathroom.” This is a description of one of the tasks of “Forensics With TI-Nspire™ CX Technology” based on forensic science experiments.