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Are you new to

TI-Nspire™ technology?

Atomic Learning offers free, web-based video tutorials that answer common questions students and teachers may have when learning how to use TI-Nspire™ and TI-Nspire™ CAS math and science learning technology.

Math Nspired utilizes the power of TI-Nspire™ technology to help students build a deeper understanding of the math concepts that research shows are tough to learn.* Developed hand-in-hand with educators, these lessons are appropriate for those who are new to TI-Nspire™ technology, and also more experienced users.

These highly engaging action/consequence lessons can be used “as-is” or modified to meet the needs of students. The design of the Math Nspired lessons are based on *research, and have:

- Students take purposeful action on a math object in a TI-Nspire™ document, observe the consequences and are asked to reflect on the mathematical implications.
- Teachers ask probing questions that lead students to productive discussions about mathematics.
- Students interact with numerous mathematical representations to develop understanding in ways that are not possible with paper and pencil alone.
- Educators are able to engage more students more effectively in their mathematics learning.

Learn more about the research* behind Math Nspired.

Thanks to the following publishers who have provided sample activities to complement the action/consequence activities offered in Math Nspired.

Shell Education | TI-Nspire™ Strategies: AlgebraTI-Nspire™ Strategies: GeometryLessons move students from the concrete understanding of algebraic concepts through the abstract comprehension level, to real-life applications. |
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Brendan Kelly Publishing | Algebra 1: Semester 1 & 2Algebra 2: Semester 1 & 2Ready-made lessons have complete keying sequences and detailed exercise solutions. |

Dr. Daniel R. Ilaria | Enriching Mathematics: TI-Nspire™ & CalculusReady-made lessons and demonstrations for the Advanced Placement Calculus teacher |

Be sure to visit Publisher Connections to learn about other educational publishers that support TI technology in the classroom.