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Topic: TI-Nspire Training sites added for the Fall (Math Professional Development)
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DeRosa, Melody

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TI-Nspire Training sites added for the Fall (Math Professional Development)
Posted: Aug 6, 2007 5:13 PM
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Since all of the summer sites are full, we have more to offer this fall:

This promotion on the new products ends 12/15/07 so make sure you get in
on it.



For more information and registration, go to TI-Nspire.com

Click on T3(tm) Professional Development



T3(tm) 2-Day Hands-on Institutes - Fall 2007
Exploring mathematics with TI-Nspire technology
These institutes, held at nationwide locations and facilitated by T3
Instructors, will focus on the integration of TI-Nspire technology into
the classroom with the use of content-specific activities for Algebra 1,
Algebra 2, Geometry, Precalculus and Calculus.

The cost to attend is only $225. Each participant will receive a
TI-Nspire handheld, TI-Nspire ViewScreen(tm) panel and TI-Nspire
computer software.



Fall sites:



New Paltz area

October 12-13, 2007
Marlboro, NY
Joe Pesavento
joeypez@aol.com <mailto:joeypez@aol.com>





Syracuse area

November 3-4, 2007
Skaneateles, NY
Dana Morse
skaneatelesmath@yahoo.com <mailto:skaneatelesmath@yahoo.com>





Long Island/Levittown area

December 1 - 2, 2007
Long Island, NY
Ann Davidian
Davidian3@aol.com <mailto:Davidian3@aol.com>







Melody DeRosa



Texas Instruments

Education Technology

Educational Technology Consultant

New York State

Office/Cell (518) 852-8148

Fax (518) 375-9344

education.ti.com

ti-nspire.com

1-800-TI-Cares






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