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Playground activity: Will you take a risk or play it safe?
It's a risk taking and optimization game. Participants will play a game against each other to find the best or optimized solution for given challenge.
Publisher: T³ Türkiye
Author: Yunus Emre Doğan
Topic: Mathematics, STEM
Tags: Analytic Geometry, Graphing, Linear Functions, Lines, Sharing Inspiration 2019, TI-Innovator Rover
How can physics and maths help each other?
In my school there is no collaboration between maths and physics teachers. I think that is a pity because both subjects can benefit from each other.
Publisher: T³ Nederland
Author: Cathy Baars
Topic: Mathematics, Physics
Tags: Sharing Inspiration 2019
The role of the STEM subjects in the age of Technology
Author: Helmut Heugl
Promoting STEM and digital competences: The role of the European Commission
Publisher: European Commission
Author: Vladimir Garkov
Teaching STEM with bioeconomy: the BLOOM School Box
Publisher: European Schoolnet
Author: Adina Nistor
Technology Supplier and Employer – Industry between all chairs in STE(A)M?
Publisher: SEMI Europe
Author: Emir Demircan
STEM-inspired evolution of the French senior high school’s curriculum: how will the teachers handle the challenge?
Author: Robert Cabane
From the lessons to the high school graduation exam – using digital media in Saxony’s high schools
Author: Frank Liebner
Iterative methods for solving systems of linear equations
The files present an implementation of the Jacobi, Gauß-Seidel and the SOR method for solving systems of linear equations. The underlying model problem is a bridge under heavy load.
Author: Simon Plangg
Tags: Iteration, Sharing Inspiration 2019, System of linear equations
Changing the face of STEM education
Careers in STEM fields continue to be in high demand. In order to ensure we meet those needs we require a diverse field of students to be studying STEM.
Publisher: T³ USA
Author: Jessica Kohout, Kevin Spry
Next generation science standards - 3 dimensional learning
Within the United States, the national science curriculum has recently introduced a framework for science learning in the classrooms.
Promoting Productive Struggle that leads to Understanding
STEM projects by their very nature involve struggle through the design and implementation of solutions to problems.
Who is drowning in our trash?
The global real-world issue of human-generated trash, polluting local bodies of water, is the main focus of this hands-on session.
Topic: Biology, STEM
Ultrasonic Sensor Mount for Rover
Here's a simple method to reliably hook additional Ultrasonic Sensors (aka Ranger) to the TI-Innovator Rover.
Author: Hans-Martin Hilbig
Tags: Graphing, Data collection, Functions, Sharing Inspiration 2019, STEM, TI-Innovator Rover
Closing remarks Sharing Inspiration 2019
Closing remarks bringing to an end 4 days of intense discussion and debate. One day spent at the Jacques Delors building with policy makers and the next three with educators in the Crowne…
Publisher: T³ Europe
Author: Ian Galloway
Tags: Equations, Sharing Inspiration 2019
Experiments in Biology Lessons
Activities of BiuTi – T³ Germany Biology: Some biology experiments using the TI-Nspire Technology and the Vernier Sensors to provide an insight into the activities of the German T³- Biology…
Author: Hans-Ulrich Lampe
How and why transition from TI-84 to TI-Nspire CX
Results of the discussion group DG1.8 at Sharing Inspirations 2019.Theme: Transition from TI-84 to TI-Nspire.
Author: Epi van Winsen
Tags: Software, Calculus, Constructions, Curve fitting, Differentiate, Differentiation, Limit, Modelling, Parabola, Sharing Inspiration 2019
PLAYSTATION 1.1 – ROVER WHEELCHAIRDrive Rover only with head movement.
Author: Alexandre Gomes
Topic: Biology, Computer Science, Physics, STEM
Tags: Software, Coding, Polynomial functions, Engineering, Equations, Physics, Programming, Sharing Inspiration 2019, STEM, T3, TI-Innovator, TI-Innovator Rover
Coding with Python
Introduction in the Python app on TI-83 Premium CE.
Author: Abir Marina
Tags: Software, Coding, Tables, Diagram, Sharing Inspiration 2019
Innovator and Rover in the classroom
I have been been using the TI Innovator and Rover with both Primary and Secondary students (9 to 18 year olds) for over a year now.
Author: John Bament
Topic: Biology, Computer Science, Mathematics
Tags: 2D shapes, Angles, Coding, History of maths, Mathematical thinking, Number puzzles, Patterns, Polygons, Presentation, Programming, Problem Solving, Sharing Inspiration 2019, STEM, TI-Innovator, TI-Innovator Rover