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DeRosa, Melody

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TI-83 Plus Tutor and TI-89 Tutor from WatchMe Ware - free for tea
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Posted: May 21, 2002 7:06 PM
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RE: Announcing the TI-83 Plus Tutor and TI-89 Tutor from WatchMe Ware

What:

· TI-83 Plus Tutor
· TI-89 Tutor
· Overview:

o These full-featured tutorials lead users of any level through the
handheld's basic operations, calculations, graphs and data handling.

o Life size on-screen interactive 3D calculator
o Option of "VCR-style" or "step-by-step" instruction
o Full control over sound and presentation speed
o Examples arranged by topic or keyword
o Key notes to rationalize each key stroke
o Key tips to identify the calculator's keys



Who:

· Teachers and students who are just getting started
· Teachers who need pre-course work before attending a T3 course
· Teachers who need a refresher on functionality

Where:

For teachers:


To access the TI-83 Plus Tutor or TI-89 Tutor simply send an e-mail to
ti-educators@ti.com <mailto://ti-educators@ti.com> or call 1-800-TICARES.


For class/student purchase: http://epsstore.ti.com/webs/Country.asp



How Much:

· Free to educators for evaluations via the VIP program
· $14.95 per student

Melody DeRosa
NY Educational Technology Consultant
Texas Instruments
Office (518) 435-1737
Cell (518) 461-0828
Fax (518) 435-9991
mailto://mderosa@ti.com
http://www.education.ti.com





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