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Instructors who are looking for a way to integrate handheld technology and visual media into their algebra classes will benefit greatly from this ten-part series. In each program, internationally acclaimed mathematics educator Dr. Monica Neagoy explores specific problems through the use of graphing calculators. Although hands-on work with TI-Nspire technology is featured throughout, Dr. Neagoy also offers helpful, entertaining insight into general concepts, and her lessons use colorful real-world examples to help students discover and understand algebraic concepts. 10-part series, 22–32 minutes each.
This ten-part series presents an impressive array of real-world applications of algebra, including an analysis of the 2008 mortgage crisis, calculation of a car’s speed determined by evidence left at an accident scene, and a mathematical examination of New Guinea’s 1998 earthquake and tsunami. Each video includes graphing calculator applications that use the Texas Instruments TI-Nspire calculator, with all keystrokes clearly shown. The series covers the complete scope and sequence of an algebra curriculum.