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Summer 2012
Texas Instruments: T3: Professional Development Services
Kevin Spry

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Texas Instruments Workshop Loan Program provides educators with the opportunity to train fellow educators on how to effectively incorporate technology into their classrooms. The requested equipment is shipped to and from the event at no cost. The Secondary School Teacher Program at PCMI is using:

small green diamond two TI-Nspire™ Navigator™ Systems
small green diamond two sets of TI-Nspire™ CAS

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Kevin K. Spry (pictured above), Instructor Relations & Development Manager from Texas Instruments, visited PCMI on Thursday, July 5.

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