• TI Inspire

    The Morristown Mathematics Department recognizes that there are multiple ways to learn mathematics.  Fluency in mathematics is important without the aid of a calculator, but today’s graphing calculators have become essential teaching tools.  The TI-Nspire allows students to manipulate graphs and view changes in the underlying function, save files from class work, or communicate with data logging equipment. The Inspire also allows students to find the slope of a curve and definite integrals. The Morris School District strongly recommends that parents choose the Inspire when choosing a new graphing calculator for their student.  TI-Inspire calculators will be used at Frelinghuysen Middle School this year, in addition to the Algebra I classes at Morristown High School.  While Morristown High School retains TI-83 and 84+ graphing calculators, the intention of the mathematics department is to move to Inspire technology over the next few years.  If you choose to purchase TI-Inspire calculators, please help us to purchase more TI-Technology by bringing in your rewards symbol from the TI-package.  Please visit the following links to learn more about the Inspire.

    How can the Inspire be used to teach math?

    The TI Inspire is an interactive tool that is capable of storing many teaching and learning activities via download.  Students and teachers can explore mathematical relationships in an interactive fashion more easily than ever before.  Watch this youtube to see how the Inspire can be used to teach and learn mathematics in addition to computing, graphing and solving problems.



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    Past tutorials of the week:

    Overview of the TI Inspire CX handheld

    Other TI-links

    TI-Inspire calculators at Texas Instruments

    TI-Rewards program for K-12

    TI-Inspire examination acceptance chart

    TI-Insipre tutorials at atomiclearning.  This is a fabulous set of tutorials that will get you going on your Inspire as quickly as possible.

    TI-video tutorials at TI

    TI-mini tutorials at media for math