Upcoming webinars

Attend our webinars designed for T³ instructors and lead teachers.
The webinars take place always the 1st and 3rd Thursday of month, except during bank holidays or vacation.
Date Title
Sep 3
There is Music in STEM
Speakers: Frank van den Berg; Ludovic Wallaart

Time: 11:30 am

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.

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

Time: 11:30 am

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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Oct 1
Finnish digital final exam and widgets for drawing
Speakers: Markku Parkkonen; Olli Karkkulainen

Time: 6:30 pm (18h30 CET)

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

Time: 6:30 pm (18h30 CET)

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

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Dec 3
Design your Eco School
Speakers: Denise Groeneweg

Time: 11:30 am

In this project students study and design their own school to improve its sustainability. The students focus on aspects such as energy, food, travel, materials and trash. This session will show our experience with this project in the Netherlands and let the participants experience the project themselves.

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

Time: 11:30 am

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 2)
Speakers: Alexandre Techer; Stephane Bonnaud

Time: 11:30 am

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.

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

Time: 6:30 pm (18h30 CET)

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.

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

Time: 6:30 pm (18h30 CET)

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

Design your Eco School
Speakers: Denise Groeneweg

Time: 11:30 am

In this project students study and design their own school to improve its sustainability. The students focus on aspects such as energy, food, travel, materials and trash. This session will show our experience with this project in the Netherlands and let the participants experience the project themselves.