"Because of the growth and adoption of free online resources, which can combine nicely with the creative and open culture of our education system,” he said head coach Po-Shen Loh. “It is now becoming possible for any student who wants to excel at math to do so, no matter where they come from, or what their local resources look like. This is accessible to the mainstream, and isn’t just for people with existing ability.”
Texas Instruments (TI) Calculators has a contest coming up where you can win a TI-84 Plus CE in one of its latest colors, Golden Ratio or Bright White. It's called Math for the Win and will play out on Instagram and Twitter. Details follow: #MathFTW http://mathftw.com/
I've got specials going this week Tuesday-Thursday on each of my books; these are the new 2016-17 editions. Details follow in the post below. If you haven't picked them up yet, now is the time to take advantage. If you have friends who teach or have high school/college students, please share this with them.
I've got new editions of all of my Kindle books out. Upgrades are available to anyone who has already purchased them. Anyone who has not, keep your eyes on this G+ page next week. I'm planning to run a couple of free days on Amazon.
Tech Powered Math is a blog about math education technologies for students, parents, and teachers. Topics of interest include the TI-Nspire and Casio Prizm graphing calculators, the iPad and other tablets and apps, as well as websites, software, and other learning tools.