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Date Title Technology
Nov 19
The Herrnhuter Star
Speakers: Frank Liebner, Hubert Langlotz, Christian Zöpfl

We think, no, we know that many of you know the Christmas star from Herrnhut.

Every year at Christmas time, hundreds of these adorn the small town of Herrnhut and many other houses around the world. The first star was created by a Math teacher at the beginning of the 19th century.

In the webinar we´ll give you some information about the star and we would like to show you a few mathematical tasks around the star by using TI-NspireTM. At the end of the webinar you´ll get a small task and with some luck you can win an original Herrnhuter Star.

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Nov 5
Renewable energy monitoring system with TI-Innovator™ Hub
Speakers: Franklin Neyt

In this session you will be shown the use of the TI InnovatorTM HUB to monitor the output of a green energy solution. The hub will monitor the output of a solar panel or a windmill. The session is part of a course I use in Belgium with primary and lower secondary students.

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Oct 15
Using TI-Innovator™ under Python
Speakers: Veit Berger; Hans-Martin Hilbig

Concepts of Object Oriented Programming from an educator’s perspective. Using ‚time‘ functions in Handheld and Desktop applications. Adding new sensors under Python

TI-Innovator™ Hub View Details Hide Details
Oct 1
Finnish digital final exam and widgets for drawing
Speakers: Markku Parkkonen; Olli Karkkulainen

Finland has moved to digital final exams in upper secondary schools. Drawings in math and science that were earlier done by paper and pen, can now be done with TI-Nspire Widgets. Participants will get short hands on introductions how these tools are used in math, physics and chemistry.

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Sep 17
Why you should absolutely teach your student to code in Python (Episode 2)
Speakers: Alexandre Techer; Stephane Bonnaud

Learn, through simple examples, how Python can be used in vocational high school, Physical, Computer Sciences and Technology courses to better prepare students for tomorrow’s needs & challenges.

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Sep 3
There is Music in STEM
Speakers: Frank van den Berg; Ludovic Wallaart

The participants will experience the implementation of a STEM-project in the classroom. Computational thinking will be stimulated by coding music that can be listened to through our own build speaker. This project connects electronics, the math behind music, programming and related science topics. Programming will be done in TI-Basic, but can be done in Python as well. A sample program will be shared with the participants.

TI-Innovator™ Hub,
TI‑Nspire™ CX Technology
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Jun 18
Why you should absolutely teach your student to code in Python (Episode 1)
Speakers: Abir Marina
Find out how Python became one of the worlds’ most popular programming languages throughout the history of this language and his father: Guido Van Rossum.

Discover the French curriculum: in France, while algorithms have been an integrated part of the school curriculum since 2010, it has taken a decade for Python, a very powerful and intuitive language, to become the mandatory coding language for teaching for all students in High schools. Learn some simple examples of how Python can be used in math.

TI-84 Plus CE-T,
TI‑Nspire™ CX Technology
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Jun 4
Sustainability in STEM education - a new content project
Speakers: Ian Galloway; Christine Buerki; Stephan Griebel
When you hear the "Sustainability" very likely you think about climate change first. When you think a bit further on you realize that there must be more. Indeed, already in 2016 the United Nations defined 17 Sustainability Development Goals (SDG), committed to implement these by 2030.

In this new content project we as T³ Europe aim to develop teaching and learning materials which advance students awareness for the UN SDGs and how STEM can help to find solutions for these grand challenges.!

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May 7
Remote Communication with TI-Innovator Rover
Speakers: Alexandre Gomes
In this activity it will be explored the creation of a remote communication process with ROVER, using light pulses and a Morse-inspired code. This will show the connection between mathematics, science and the real world through engineering and STEM, using IT technology, among coding and computing.

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Apr 16
Python on TI-Nspire CX II
Speakers: Harshal Chhaya; Steve Debauge; Michel Stella

Learn about Python programming on TI-Nspire CX II.
See how it is designed for new programmers and also allows advanced projects. Observe how Python on TI-Nspire CX II interacts with other TI-Nspire apps and with TI-Innovator Hub and TI-Rover

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Apr 2
It's a Sticking Point
Speakers: Ian Galloway

So, you thought you knew all about frictional forces? Never heard of Amontons’ Laws? Every high school physics teacher teaches the first law but tends to forget the second. All of us use the laws every day, almost every waking minute of our lives. Hardly anybody understands them! They are the two laws of friction, the first about applied load and the second, now largely forgotten, about the area of contact.

This workshop will guide you through a logical approach to understanding both laws and lead you to an appreciation of why Jeremy Clarkson is so wrong about the stopping distances of cars. Is weight really thrown forwards when a car stops? Of course not, but then what exactly is going on when a car stops or starts? Using the TI Rover and the Vernier force probe you will learn why some car manufacturers still use rear wheel drives…it’s all about friction!

TI-Innovator Rover™,
TI‑Nspire™ CX Technology
View Details Hide Details
The Herrnhuter Star
Speakers: Frank Liebner, Hubert Langlotz, Christian Zöpfl

We think, no, we know that many of you know the Christmas star from Herrnhut.

Every year at Christmas time, hundreds of these adorn the small town of Herrnhut and many other houses around the world. The first star was created by a Math teacher at the beginning of the 19th century.

In the webinar we´ll give you some information about the star and we would like to show you a few mathematical tasks around the star by using TI-NspireTM. At the end of the webinar you´ll get a small task and with some luck you can win an original Herrnhuter Star.

Renewable energy monitoring system with TI-Innovator™ Hub
Speakers: Franklin Neyt

In this session you will be shown the use of the TI InnovatorTM HUB to monitor the output of a green energy solution. The hub will monitor the output of a solar panel or a windmill. The session is part of a course I use in Belgium with primary and lower secondary students.

Using TI-Innovator™ under Python
Speakers: Veit Berger; Hans-Martin Hilbig

Concepts of Object Oriented Programming from an educator’s perspective. Using ‚time‘ functions in Handheld and Desktop applications. Adding new sensors under Python

Finnish digital final exam and widgets for drawing
Speakers: Markku Parkkonen; Olli Karkkulainen

Finland has moved to digital final exams in upper secondary schools. Drawings in math and science that were earlier done by paper and pen, can now be done with TI-Nspire Widgets. Participants will get short hands on introductions how these tools are used in math, physics and chemistry.

Why you should absolutely teach your student to code in Python (Episode 2)
Speakers: Alexandre Techer; Stephane Bonnaud

Learn, through simple examples, how Python can be used in vocational high school, Physical, Computer Sciences and Technology courses to better prepare students for tomorrow’s needs & challenges.

There is Music in STEM
Speakers: Frank van den Berg; Ludovic Wallaart

The participants will experience the implementation of a STEM-project in the classroom. Computational thinking will be stimulated by coding music that can be listened to through our own build speaker. This project connects electronics, the math behind music, programming and related science topics. Programming will be done in TI-Basic, but can be done in Python as well. A sample program will be shared with the participants.

Why you should absolutely teach your student to code in Python (Episode 1)
Speakers: Abir Marina
Find out how Python became one of the worlds’ most popular programming languages throughout the history of this language and his father: Guido Van Rossum.

Discover the French curriculum: in France, while algorithms have been an integrated part of the school curriculum since 2010, it has taken a decade for Python, a very powerful and intuitive language, to become the mandatory coding language for teaching for all students in High schools. Learn some simple examples of how Python can be used in math.

Sustainability in STEM education - a new content project
Speakers: Ian Galloway; Christine Buerki; Stephan Griebel
When you hear the "Sustainability" very likely you think about climate change first. When you think a bit further on you realize that there must be more. Indeed, already in 2016 the United Nations defined 17 Sustainability Development Goals (SDG), committed to implement these by 2030.

In this new content project we as T³ Europe aim to develop teaching and learning materials which advance students awareness for the UN SDGs and how STEM can help to find solutions for these grand challenges.!

Remote Communication with TI-Innovator Rover
Speakers: Alexandre Gomes
In this activity it will be explored the creation of a remote communication process with ROVER, using light pulses and a Morse-inspired code. This will show the connection between mathematics, science and the real world through engineering and STEM, using IT technology, among coding and computing.

Python on TI-Nspire CX II
Speakers: Harshal Chhaya; Steve Debauge; Michel Stella

Learn about Python programming on TI-Nspire CX II.
See how it is designed for new programmers and also allows advanced projects. Observe how Python on TI-Nspire CX II interacts with other TI-Nspire apps and with TI-Innovator Hub and TI-Rover

It's a Sticking Point
Speakers: Ian Galloway

So, you thought you knew all about frictional forces? Never heard of Amontons’ Laws? Every high school physics teacher teaches the first law but tends to forget the second. All of us use the laws every day, almost every waking minute of our lives. Hardly anybody understands them! They are the two laws of friction, the first about applied load and the second, now largely forgotten, about the area of contact.

This workshop will guide you through a logical approach to understanding both laws and lead you to an appreciation of why Jeremy Clarkson is so wrong about the stopping distances of cars. Is weight really thrown forwards when a car stops? Of course not, but then what exactly is going on when a car stops or starts? Using the TI Rover and the Vernier force probe you will learn why some car manufacturers still use rear wheel drives…it’s all about friction!