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Morse, Dana

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TI-Nspire SmartView
Posted: Aug 21, 2008 8:44 PM
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Hello All,

With the start of the new school year right around the corner, I wanted to inform everyone that has attended a TI-Nspire training and has received a TI-Nspire Educators Version of the software, you should have received an email from Texas Instruments regarding the FREE copy of the new Teachers Edition which includes the SmartView Emulator of the TI-Nspire or TI-Nspire CAS.

This offer expires in October. Please contact either Fran Bellows Levy for Long Island/NYC educators or myself for the "upstate" New York educators.

The 2008 Course Syllabus Offer is still open for you to participate in. Send in a copy of your syllabus recommending TI-84 plus or TI-Nspire and you can receive a FREE copy of the TI-Nspire Teacher Edition of the software plus a workbook of classroom activities with the TI-Nspire.
http://education.ti.com/educationportal/sites/US/nonProductSingle/syllabus_support.html

Send me a copy and be entered into the September 30th Drawing!!!

If you have questions about any educational technology from Texas Instruments or professional development opportunities, feel free to drop us a line.

Have a great start to the new school year!

Regards,


Dana F. Morse

Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments, New York
(315) 730-9858 Cell

(815) 572-9840 Fax


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