STUDENT TUTORIALS FOR TASC3 & TASC4 – Tasmania

The term 3 Student ‘live’ tutorial programs for Tasmania has just been posted on the Texas Instruments, Australia website. 

The aim of these FREE tutorial programs is to support teachers with student learning of term 3 concepts, whilst also demonstrating how TI-NspireTM CX CAS technology can assist in efficiently answering exam style questions. 

Prior to each event registered participants will be provided with the exam style questions that will be covered during the ‘live’ tutorial. In addition to demonstrating efficient ways to solve the exam style questions presenters will also provide tips and shortcuts.

Presenter for the series is Tim Grabovszky from the Hutchins School, Hobart. Tim has been teaching Mathematics for over 15 years and has taught in a number of Australian States and Territories. He incorporates technology into his daily teaching and is a passionate educator.

Teachers of course are welcome to attend too! All ‘live’ events run for 45mins.

Encourage your students to register and take part in this valuable FREE tutorial series. CLICK HERE

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Program schedule

Monday, July 27, 2020 5:00 pm General Mathematics TASC3- Mid-year exam Revision

Get ready for questions from Bivariate Data Analysis (BVDA), Trigonometry and Sequences and Series, plus loads of applications. See how to use your TI-Nspire CX CAS efficiently to answer these exam style questions.

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 5:00 pm Mathematics Methods Foundation TASC3- Mid-year exam Revision

Get ready for questions from Algebra Techniques, Function Study and Differential Calculus, plus loads of applications. See how to use your TI-Nspire CX CAS efficiently to answer these exam style questions.

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 5:00 pm Mathematics Methods TASC4- Mid-year exam Revision

Get ready for questions from Function study, Trigonometric functions and Differential calculus, plus loads of applications. See how to use your TI-Nspire CX CAS efficiently to answer these exam style questions.

Register now to ensure your place in this fascinating and curriculum relevant tutorial series. CLICK HERE

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