• Hope’s understanding of heat and hope for tackling climate change

    Posted 12/01/2020 by Ian Galloway

    Understanding heat is central to understanding global warming. Let me introduce an experiment that was first conducted in the 18th century and is still fun to do with your chemistry class or integrate in a STEM-project today.

  • Education is key for a sustainable future; join in developing content!

    Posted 07/02/2020 by Stephan Griebel

    STEM education can play an important role in creating a sustainable future. Understanding issues relevant to sustainable development requires mathematics, including statistics and programming. To help facilitate this, an ambitious new project has been set up by T3 Europe involving content co-creation. We want to design classroom activities and content with STEM and sustainability in mind. That’s why we are calling on teachers to develop activities for this T3 Europe STEM sustainable development project.

  • Join our successful T³ Europe Webinar Program!

    Posted 05/26/2020 by Ian Galloway

    Since the start of the corona crisis, the T³ teachers' association has developed webinars so you as a teacher can continue to work remotely on your professional development. The free T³ Europe webinars are designed for T³ instructors and lead teachers enhancing their knowledge about effective use of TI technology. The webinar series has got off to a good start. Since April 2, 2020 registration ran at more than 180 for the three with about 50 people logging in to listen at each session.  

  • Find a Murderer With TI-Nspire™ CX Technology

    Posted 11/22/2019 by Edith Vos (@edithvos)

    “Famous music producer Jonathan Wallace was found killed in his bathtub. The only clue at the crime scene was a set of muddy footprints leading from the nearby window to the bathroom.” This is a description of one of the tasks of “Forensics With TI-Nspire™ CX Technology” based on forensic science experiments.

  • 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).