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Nspire Overview Tom Reardon Fitch High School Austintown, Ohio www.TomReardon.com

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TI-Nspire Summer Institute August 14 – 16, 2007 Boardman, OH (Youngstown) Registration Information will be online in April. www.TomReardon.com

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"To those to whom much is given, much is expected."

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TI-Nspire The proposed next graphing calculator for Europe, Canada, Australia and the U.S. Integrates:Graphing Spreadsheets Note-taking Calculator All on one screen (split into up to 4 parts) I have described it as a TI-84 on steroids (but that's just me).

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TI-Nspire: Comes in 2 flavors: 84 (non CAS) version 89 (CAS) version Some of these slides were done with CAS.

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Some sample screen shots...

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Graphs (and Geometry)

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Lists and Spreadsheets

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Notes

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Calculator (Computer Algebra System) ***only on the CAS version

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And you can split screens, too...

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Notes and Spreadsheet (vertical split)

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CAS and Notes (horizontal split)

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Notes and Geometry (horizontal split)

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Graph and Notes (horizontal split)

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How about a screen divided into 4?

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Notes Graph Spreadsheet CAS And they all talk to one another!

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Piecewise functions, anyone?

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Solve systems of equations... Matrices...

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Show how a problem can be created in stages. Find the rectangle of maximum area that can be inscribed in a given parabola. Illustrate Notes, CAS, Geometry and Graphing, and Spreadsheets.

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Stage 1

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Stage 2

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Stage 3

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Stage 4

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I foresee this changing the way we teach, the way we make assignments and assessments.

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The Phone Bill Problem Student Version C 2006 Tom Reardon Gifts, Inc. (NOTE: This is a problem that I developed for the 82 back in the 90s. An oldie but now redone with Nspire.)

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There is also a Teacher Version to this. With all the notes and solutions.

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"Mathematics is the garment that we continuously alter with our students, and technology should be seamlessly interwoven throughout its fabric." - Tom Reardon

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