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DeRosa, Melody

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Registered: 12/3/04
Online Professional Development
Posted: May 6, 2002 10:15 AM
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T3's first online course is now LIVE!

T3 has entered a new era with the launch of online professional development.
Teachers will receive the same high quality professional development they've
come to expect from the T3 program, available online in the comfort and
convenience of their home or school.

Below is a quick summary of the T3 Online Course offering (US and Canada


Algebra Using the TI-83 - Launched May 1st -- NOW AVAILABLE!
AP Calculus Using the TI-89 - Available Fall 2002
Course Overview:
Each course consists of 28 - 30 modules
Each module has 2 - 4 lessons
Each lesson has tips & hints on integrating the handheld into a teacher's
lesson plans
Each course was written by T3 Instructor(s)
Each teacher trained will receive up to 30 hours of Continuing Education


Teachers who can't attend a T3 workshop
Teachers who need pre-course work before attending a T3 workshop
District / School Administrators and Teachers looking for on-going
professional development (follow-up to PDP's)
District / School Administrators and Teachers looking for Continuing
Education Credits
Technology Coordinators wanting teachers to integrate technology in the
Curriculum Administrators wanting to improve a novice/veteran teacher's math
Training for Pre-Service teachers

· http://education.ti.com/t3/onlinecourses/onlinecourses.html

How Much:

Cost-$225.00 US per teacher

Melody DeRosa
NY Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments
Office (518) 435-1737
Cell (518) 461-0828
Fax (518) 435-9991

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