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Upcoming Webinars

Led by teachers for teachers, free upcoming T³™ webinars feature the most relevant topics in math and STEM education. These live webinars cover a variety of topics and TI technology. They are held on most Tuesdays during the school year, starting at 8:00 p.m. ET / 7:00 p.m. CT / 5:00 p.m. PT. They last about 60 minutes. A Certificate of Attendance will be provided at the end of each webinar.
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8/4/2015

Success on Day One with the TI-84 Plus Family

Speakers: Speakers: Ruth Casey, John LaMaster

Whether you are integrating the TI-84 Plus family into your classroom for the first time or simply want to polish your skills for back to school, this webinar will highlight strategies for success on Day One. We will explore basic technology skills, such as performing calculations, graphing and analyzing functions, and displaying and describing data. Learn techniques for modeling technology skills in your classroom with the TI-SmartView™ emulator software and enhancing your curriculum with free, standards-aligned activities from 84 Activity Central. By establishing technology norms with your students at the beginning of the school year, learn how to pave the way for a successful TI-84 implementation.

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8/25/2015

Enhancing Students' Analytical Skills with TI-Nspire Technology

Speakers: Speakers: Audrey Cucci, Randy Lobe

If you want to make the most of the TI-Nspire™ technology in your middle grades or high school mathematics classroom, then this webinar is right for you. Learn how to extend the impact of graphing technology with features that help students better visualize key algebraic and statistical concepts. This session will focus on:
  • Graphing and analyzing functions, equations and inequalities using the built-in Graphs application
  • Modeling and analyzing univariate and bivariate data using the built-in Data and Statistics application
  • Enhancing students’ ability to make meaningful connections across multiple representations
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9/1/2015

The Top Ten Overlooked TI-84 Plus Features

Speakers: Speakers: John LaMaster, Margo Mankus

Are you still discovering TI-84 Plus features that make your eyes light up? Whether you are a TI-84 Plus veteran or are picking up the TI-84 Plus CE for the first time, there are many valuable, often-overlooked features that can enhance instruction and increase student understanding. This session will highlight:
  • Using the QuickPlot and Fit-EQ feature to drop points on a graph screen and model a curve to those points
  • Using the free TI Connect™ CE software to load a background image onto a TI-84 Plus graphing calculator
  • Using the TI-SmartView™ CE emulator software as a demonstration tool for mathematical modeling
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9/15/2015

Creating Colorful and Effective TI-Nspire Assessment Documents

Speakers: Speakers: Valerie Hudson, Pareesa Shirazi

The built-in Question application can be a powerful formative assessment tool in your TI-Nspire™ or TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ classroom. From allowing students to assess their own understanding to letting teachers to gain visibility into student thinking, the Question application can keep students engaged and instruction moving forward. This session will focus on:
  • Creating a TI-Nspire™ assessment document that involves a range of different question types
  • Adjusting the properties of various question types to provide opportunities for class discussion
  • Inserting an image into an assessment document to engage students in deeper levels of understanding
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9/22/2015

Deciphering Ratios with TI-Nspire Technology: Are They Fractions?

Speakers: Speakers: Michelle Rinehart, Jennifer Wilson

Is a ratio the same as a fraction? Or is there more to the mathematical story with ratios and proportional relationships? After experiencing dynamic TI-Nspire™ models from the free Building Concepts lesson series, you might be surprised at the answer. This session will focus on:
  • Connecting ratios and proportional relationships through a coherent story within and across Grades 6, 7, and 8
  • Leveraging TI-Nspire™ technology to enhance visualization in support of learning and developing concepts
  • Implementing effective teaching practices to support developing concepts
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9/29/2015

Enhancing Students' Analytical Skills with the TI-84 Plus Family

Speakers: Speakers: Veronica Carlson, Kim Thomas

If you want to make the most of the TI-84 Plus technology in your middle grades or high school mathematics classroom, then this webinar is right for you. Learn how to extend the impact of graphing technology with features that help students better visualize key algebraic and statistical concepts. This session will focus on:
  • Graphing and analyzing functions, equations and inequalities
  • Modeling and analyzing univariate and bivariate data
  • Enhancing students’ ability to make meaningful connections across multiple representations
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10/6/2015

STEM Behind Health with TI-Nspire Technology

Speakers: Speakers: Jeff Lukens, Elizabeth McMillan

The STEM Behind Health lesson series uses free TI-Nspire™ activities to put your students on the leading edge of medical research and challenges them to think critically about practical applications of science, technology, engineering, and math. By presenting important STEM concepts in the context of real people coping with real diseases, this session will focus on:
  • Using interactive TI-Nspire™ lessons to learn more about rare genetic diseases and breast cancer
  • Engaging students in the math and science of research into disease causes, treatments and potential cures
  • Allowing students to gain insight into meaningful careers in the healthcare system
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10/13/2015

Transforming Your Geometry Classroom with Dynamic TI-Nspire Investigations

Speakers: Speakers: Tom Reardon, Steve West

One major change in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) is an emphasis on transformations in Grade 8 and high school Geometry. Students are now expected to investigate similarity and congruence through the lens of transformations. This session will focus on:
  • Using a series of interactive TI-Nspire™ lessons to actively engage students in discovering geometric relationships from a transformational approach
  • Exploring translations, reflections and rotations to define a rigid motion (isometry)
  • Discovering and applying the properties of translations, reflections, rotations and dilations
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10/20/2015

"Just-in-Time" Activities for Your TI-84 Plus Classroom

Speakers: Speakers: Ruth Casey, Stuart Moskowitz

Are you teaching a tough concept next week and looking for free TI-84 resources to support your instruction? Do you want to enhance an important topic by enabling students to better visualize the mathematics? Either way, 84 Activity Central is a valuable source for free, standards-aligned lessons for middle grades and high school mathematics. This session will focus on:
  • Locating and using free TI-84 activities that are aligned to your state’s curriculum
  • Graphing and analyzing functions, equations and data
  • Enhancing students’ ability to make meaningful connections across multiple representations
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10/27/2015

Surviving the Zombie Apocalypse with TI-Nspire Technology

Speakers: Speakers: Jeff Lukens

Storylines about zombies, ghosts and bandits aren’t just for Hollywood! They can be a powerful way to engage students in STEM themes such as disease spread, forensic DNA analysis, light and optics. Using free TI-Nspire™ activities from the STEM Behind Hollywood lesson series, this session will focus on:
  • Testing trace evidence from a simulated crime scene to learn about the structure of DNA and how investigators use it to solve cases
  • Exploring the characteristics of light and using them to explain “ghostly” optical phenomena
  • Developing project-based modules where students use simulations, data collection and analysis to detect and cure zombies
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11/3/2015

Mathematical Modeling and Quantitative Reasoning with TI-Nspire Technology

Speakers: Speakers: Johnny Ashurst, Steve Phelps

Mathematical modeling is an integral component of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS). With state standards calling for an increased emphasis on modeling and quantitative reasoning, TI-Nspire™ technology offers important avenues for student inquiry, critical thinking and problem solving. This session will focus on:
  • Supporting students’ algebraic and statistical reasoning with TI-Nspire™ technology
  • Modeling geometric relationships to cultivate students’ spatial reasoning skills
  • Developing clarifying questions to push and probe student thinking
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11/10/2015

The Basics of Coding with the TI-84 Plus Family

Speakers: Speakers: John Hanna

Coding drives the technology that changes our world, and it isn’t just for computer scientists – or for students in computer science classes. In fact, all you and your students need to begin coding is a TI-84 Plus graphing calculator and a little math and science know-how. Designed for middle grades and high school math and science teachers, this session will focus on:
  • Introducing the TI Basic Program Editor to create and run a simple program
  • Editing a program by selecting, pasting, and deleting commands
  • Enhance your curriculum with relevant programming tasks for students
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11/17/2015

Innovative Class Projects with TI-Nspire Technology

Speakers: Speakers: Louise Chapman, Scott Keltner, Steve Phelps

Prepare to be inspired by three talented educators and the innovative, inquiry-based projects they use to engage students in math and science. Whether using TI-Nspire™ technology to develop real-world mathematical models or collect and analyze data from the field, these educators and their students are at the forefront of project-based learning. This session will focus on:
  • Enhancing students’ spatial reasoning skills by developing mathematical models with TI-Nspire™ technology and corresponding objects with 3D printing
  • Using hands-on, sensor-based data collection in the field to promote biological and environmental awareness among students
  • Exploring actionable strategies for implementing project-based learning in your own classroom with TI-Nspire™ technology
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12/1/2015

Authoring and Modifying TI-Nspire Documents

Speakers: Speakers: Marc Garneau

Coding is an increasingly important 21st century skill, and it isn’t just for computer scientists – or for students in computer science classes. In fact, all you and your students need to begin coding is the TI-Nspire™ Teacher or Student Software and a little math and science know-how. Designed for middle grades and high school math and science teachers, this session will focus on authoring and modifying TI-Nspire™ documents by:
  • Introducing the Lua Script Editor to create and run a simple script
  • Editing a script by selecting, pasting, and deleting commands
  • Enhance your curriculum with relevant scripting tasks for students
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