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Topic: yellow calculators
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Meg Clemens

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yellow calculators
Posted: Apr 10, 2013 4:42 PM
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We are replacing some classroom EX-Spot TI-84s and want to convert the
current classroom yellow calculators into student calculators (students
check them out of the LRC). I am looking for ideas of how to mark
up/disguise the EZ-Spot calculators so they will be easily identifiable as
student use calculators, not classroom only use.



A long time ago, I spray painted covers of black TI-83s so they could be
easily identified as school property. Unfortunately, it didn't take long
for students to scratch the paint (sometimes w/ bad words, imagine that) so
that the calculators looked awful. I'm looking for alternatives. Any
ideas?



Meg Clemens

Canton NY




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