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Topic: Watertown TI-Inspire/ TI-Navigator training on 6/26
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Watertown TI-Inspire/ TI-Navigator training on 6/26
Posted: May 22, 2007 4:46 PM
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Hello-

I just wanted to let anyone interested know about this upcoming
workshop at Watertown High School. If you wish to register, please
contact the Jefferson-Lewis Teacher Center.

Lisa Blank
Lyme Central School

Jefferson-Lewis Teacher Center
"Teachers Helping Teachers"
20104 NYS Rt. 3 Watertown, New York 13601
Phone: 315-785-9143 or 800-293-3627 Fax: 315-785-9294
www.jlteach.org

Location: Watertown High School, Math Classroom
Date:June 26, 2007
Time:8:00-11:00 AM, 12 noon-3:00 PM
Fee:None - Lunch on your own
Instructor:Melody DeRosa, Texas Instruments Representative
To Register: www.jlteach.org or 785-9143 or 1-800-293-3627

TI-Navigator Classroom Learning System
Learn to facilitate an engaging, collaborative learning environment
using the Texas Instruments Navigator System. This system uses real-time
feedback to instantly assess student understanding. Designed to work
with Texas Instruments graphing calculators already in widespread use,
the TI-Navigator System provides wireless communication between
students' TI graphing calculators and the teacher's PC. It's a great way
to get students to experience the benefits of a whole new level of
interactive learning.
Students work collaboratively by contributing a point, equation or
list, and generating classroom discussion.
Generate more collaborative discussion and, ultimately, higher student
achievement.
Monitor students' work to ensure they are on track and on task.
Immediately gauge student comprehension and areas in need of
reinforcement with the Quick Poll feature.
Get answers from every student, not just the vocal ones; shy students
are given a voice.
Identify and correct common mistakes as they occur and, if necessary,
adjust lessons on-the-fly.
Immediately shows student results on assignments, quizzes and tests, so
teachers know right away who's "got it" and who needs additional help.

TI-Inspire Learning Technology
Just imagine having the ability to:
See multiple representations of a problem, individually or all at the
same time, on a single screen.
Link representations of a problem to see how changes to one affect
others.
Grab-and-move graphed functions in real time to observe relationships
and patterns.
Save and review work, using features similar to a computer.
Use built-in interactive geometry capabilities.
Enter and view mathematical expressions as they appear in textbooks.

All of this is yours with the new TI-Nspire Math and Science Learning
Technology. The handheld and computer software are completely compatible
with each other. As a bonus, you can snap a TI-84 Plus Keypad (included)
and have side-by-side and keystroke-for-keystroke with existing TI
graphing calculators.

Attend the 3 hour TI-Nspire hands-on workshop and have the opportunity
to purchase this technology at a reduced price. With the Educator Trial
Discount Program, you have the opportunity to purchase the TI-Nspire
handheld and computer software for only $140.




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