Exploring Applications of Integrals Using TI Technology

The AP* Calculus curriculum addresses applying the integral to contextual problems. AP* Calculus Readers will share examples of student work.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Math Behind the Music: Exploring the Harmony of Mathematics

Join this webinar for an exploration which connects the various branches of mathematics and integrates mathematics with other disciplines including music.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Distribution and Simulation: Key Ideas in Statistical Reasoning

By developing an understanding of distributions and simulation, this allows students to make sense of information in light of variability, or in the presence of noise.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Investigating the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Using TI Technology

In this session, T³™ National Instructors who are also AP* Calculus Readers will share their insights for teaching FTC using the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators and TI-Nspire™ tec…

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

“Balancing the Equation” - Book Study Kick-off

Hear from NTCM President Matthew Larson, Ph.D., as he introduces the book, “Balancing the Equation: A Guide to School Mathematics for Educators and Parents.”

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

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

Is a ratio the same as a fraction? Or is there more to the mathematical story with ratios and proportional relationships?

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Visualizing Riemann Sums and Definite Integrals With TI Technology

Integrals and the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus is one of the four “Big Ideas” in the revised AP* Calculus course description

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

STEM Behind Hollywood - “Cipher Solvers”: Math and the Cryptic Missive

During this webinar, presenters introduce a new STEM Behind Hollywood math activity and show how the students use TI-Nspire™ CX and TI-84 Plus CE technology.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Exploring Applications of Derivatives Using TI Technology, Part II

This webinar continues our Oct. 20 discussion addressing AP* Calculus topics involving applications of the derivative.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Science Through Engineering Design With the TI-Innovator™ Hub

Are you interested in knowing more about the Engineering Design Process and employing it in the science classroom?

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics, STEM

Collecting Data With a CBR 2™ Motion Sensor in Your Math Classroom

Excite your students with the mathematics surrounding motion.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Engaging Students in Progressions

TI¹s Building Concepts series engages students in a progression of focused content meant to enhance students’ conceptual knowledge through highly interactive activities.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Investigating Integration and Differential Equations Using TI Technology

Integration and differential equation problems often appear in the AP* Calculus curriculum. Students can investigate these topics using the TI-84 Plus family and TI-Nspire™ technology.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Reaching Your Potential as an Educator and Leader

What does it mean to become a fully formed professional educator, teacher and leader? How does technology play a role in this? How can you leverage and build into your community to help you…

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Other

Mathematical Modeling With TI Technology

Mathematical modeling is hot catchphrase in education right now. What exactly is mathematical modeling though?

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

Step by Step Physics on the TI-Nspire CX

Learn how to solve Physics problems step by step in Mechanics, Kinematics, Waves, Energy, Magnetism, Electricity, Circuits, Gas Laws, Planets and more

Author: SmartSoft

Topic: Physics

Rethinking How We Teach Ratios and Proportional Reasoning

Learn how educators are using TI-Nspire™ technology and the free Building Concepts lessons to enhance visualization in support of learning.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics

You can engage students even as young as grade three in STEAM activities using TI graphing technology and the TI-Innovator Hub with TI LaunchPad Board.

Author: T³ USA

Topic: Mathematics