The panel will also feature teacher and online education resource extraordinaire @TeachMama and Kelly Kutach, a Texas Instruments mathematician who will be sharing as @TICalculators during our chat.
Having a sponsor makes the chat more sustainable and allows me to provide extra goodies to you, as you'll see below. Having a sponsor will not affect the goal of #STEMchat, which is to bring parents, teachers and STEM educators together to share ideas and resources.
|TI-Nspire™ CX Handheld|
Its full-color screen allows users to color code objects and equations and it also permits users to incorporate images and photos. The software included with the calculator means that students can work on their desktops (PC or Mac) in an environment that is very similar to their handheld unit.
Enter to win:
RSVP to #STEMchat using the linky below and participate in the chat.
Entries will not be taken in the comment section! The linky will ask for contest info- just put in a name (just your first name or pseudonym is fine as this will show publicly), blog url (just leave it blank if you don't have one) and your name and email address (these last two will NOT show publicly) so I can contact you if you win.
This contest is open to residents of the US and Canada. Must be 18 to enter. RSVP entries will be accepted until a few minutes before #STEMchat begins. Retail value of prize is approximately $150 US dollars. Winner will be chosen at random. TI or its agency will provide prize fulfillment.
Still feeling lucky? Enter TI's contest to have Emmy-nominated Bing Bang Theory actress and neuroscientist Mayim Bialik teach an integrated math/science lesson at your child's school. She'll also bring with a whole bunch of TI product goodness for the school or students to keep.
For good karma and to keep up with the latest in TI's educational technology:
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