• Programming the TI-Innovator Rover inspires Finnish and Portuguese exchange students

    Posted 06/24/2020 by Carlos Coelho

    Coding and TI technology were at the heart of a successful exchange trip by several Finnish students to the Ermesinde High School in Portugal. The Portuguese and Finnish students worked side by side programming their own TI-Nspire handhelds. They were able to instruct the robotic vehicle Rover to follow a course and avoid obstacles using its distance sensor.

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  • Tropical storm leads to STEM project on La Reunion

    Posted 04/06/2020 by Marthe Pariset

    “Combining math with real-world challenges through a ‘learning by doing’ approach is very rewarding. Sometimes teachers don’t get involved with STEM projects because they are not experts in all the different fields. But it is quite normal not to understand all the theory before starting a project. You learn on the go. I know from experience that finding a solution to a problem together with your students is very motivating!”

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  • True Integration of STEM During Dutch-Portuguese Student Exchange

    Posted 04/23/2019 by Carlos Coelho (@coelhocarlosTI)

    As a participant of the T³ Sharing Inspiration 2017 event, Portuguese teacher Raúl Aparício Gonçalves got inspired by the demonstrations of Rover. He decided to develop an international project for his students. In 2018, this led to the exchange between 30 students of the Dutch CSG Liudger and Portuguese Ermesinde High School. “It was great to interact with different cultures and school practices,” said one of the students. “This was an interactive project where we shared knowledge.”

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  • German school THG Waltrop does more maths than ever before

    Posted 10/22/2018 by Stephan Griebel

    “Working with the robot car TI-Innovator™ Rover is fun, and at the same time our students are doing more maths than ever before," says Dirk Schulz, a physics and maths teacher at the Theodor Heuss Gymnasium in Waltrop, Germany. Dirk Schulz is using the technology to boost his pupils’ enthusiasm about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).

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