Webinar: Math for the Win - Tying Math to Unexpected, Real World Scenarios

posted Aug 10, 2016, 12:35 PM by Professional Learning

 
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Dear Ginny,

From finding the perfect angle at which to kick a soccer ball to make a goal, to calculating the rate at which a disease spreads through a population, math is essential to the decisions we make every day. Explore ways to inspire students to think differently about the math that can be used to explain their world and to solve problems. This free webinar will focus on empowering students to:
  • Tackle challenges using problem-solving skills and their TI technology
  • Evaluate, analyze and explain the math behind their favorite topics
  • Explore a variety of careers and the math that makes them possible
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance, which may qualify for school or district professional development credit. 

Win registration for two to the 2017 T³™ International Conference 

Attend this webinar for a chance to win complimentary registration for two to the 2017 T³™ International Conference, March 10-12, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois. (See rules.)

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Featuring:
Jeff McCalla
T³™ Regional Instructor
Memphis, Tennessee
Matt Owens
T³™ Regional Instructor
Columbia, South Carolina

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