Computational Thinking is of growing interest in many countries. It’s at the edge to become a explicit mathematical skill in new curricula.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Raul Gonçalves

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Numerical Methods of Solving Equations to Develop Computational Thinking and Math Learning

Computational Thinking is of growing interest in many countries. It’s at the edge to become a explicit mathematical skill in new curricula.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Raul Gonçalves

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Where is the next Marie Curie?

Marie Curie became successful despite countless adversaries. Still today, we lack of female scientists. This webinar puts light on the systemic challenges and gives ideas of what could be d…

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Christine Buerki

Topic: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: Where is the next Marie Curie?

Marie Curie became successful despite countless adversaries. Still today, we lack of female scientists. This webinar puts light on the systemic challenges and gives ideas of what could be d…

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Christine Buerki

Topic: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry

Calculating the Temperature of the Earth

The mean temperature of the Earth can be calculated using the Stefan-Boltzmann law of radiation. Your students will understand how models of global warming can be constructed. SDG, 13,14 an…

Publisher: T³ Europe

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic: Mathematics, Physics

Tessellations inspired by M.C. Escher

Using Python to construct Escher like tesselations and investigate different ways of making them.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Bert Wikkerink

Topic: Computer Science

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: Tessellations inspired by M.C. Escher

Use Python to construct Escher like tessellations and investigate different ways of making them.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Bert Wikkerink

Topic: Computer Science

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: A journey from the binomial theorem to mathematical art

From binomial coefficients to Pascal Triangle and Sierpinksi-like fractals by developing your own program in Python.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Robert Cabane

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

A journey from the binomial theorem to mathematical art

From binomial coefficients to Pascal Triangle and Sierpinksi-like fractals by developing your own program in Python

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Robert Cabane

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: Temperature, what it means and how we measure it

Temperature, what it means and how we measure it. History of the development of the concept of temperature, from Hippocrates to Fahrenheit and the modern day.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic: Physics

Temperature, what it means and how we measure it. History of the development of the concept of temperature, from Hippocrates to Fahrenheit and the modern day..

Publisher: T³ Europe

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic: Physics

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: Applied Mathematics – a tribute to Leonhard Euler’s 315th birthday

Famous mathematician Leonhard Euler. Expected and unexpected occurrences of e, approached with Python programming. Measuring angels with the help of gravity. Accuracy, Precision, Resolution…

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Hubert Langlotz, Hans-Martin Hilbig, Veit Berger

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Applied Mathematics – a tribute to Leonhard Euler’s 315th birthday - Part 2

Measuring angels with the help of gravity. Accuracy, Precision, Resolution. Euler angles.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Hans-Martin Hilbig

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Applied Mathematics – a tribute to Leonhard Euler’s 315th birthday - Part 1

Famous mathematician Leonhard Euler. Expected and unexpected occurrences of e. Approached with Python programming.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Veit Berger, Hubert Langlotz

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

René Descartes would code a TI-Rover if he could

René Descartes mathematician and philosopher. Two classic problems and how to approach them using Python programming.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Alexandre Técher

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Recording of Sharing Inspiration: René Descartes would code a TI-Rover if he could

Recording of Sharing Inspiration webinar: René Descartes would code a TI-Rover if he could

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Alexandre Técher

Topic: Mathematics, Computer Science

Calculating the position of the James Webb Space Telescope using Python or TI-Basic

Students calculate the position of James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) using an iterative Python program in Langrange2.tns and TI-Basic in Lagrange3.tns.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Veit Berger

Topic: Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science

The James Webb Space Telescope and Lagrange Points

This resource is all about the Lagrange points and why they are important for the James Webb Telescope. Calculating the positions of these points is difficult but achievable with TI-Nspire.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Ian Galloway

Topic: Mathematics, Physics, STEM

Recording of Sharing Inspiration - Energy: The Elephant in the Room

Recording of Sharing Inspiration - Energy: The Elephant in the Room

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway, Stephan Griebel

Author: Ian Galloway, Franklin Neyt, Hans-Martin Hilbig, Markku Parkkonen, Cathy Baars, Harald Herzig

Topic: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, STEM, Computer Science

Easy Experiments with Solar Cells and Penlite Batteries

Solar cells and penlite batteries are easily accessible. TI-Innovator Hub converts a graphing calculator to a programmable measuring tool.

Publisher: T³ Europe

Editor: Ian Galloway

Author: Cathy Baars

Topic: Physics, Computer Science