Innovator and Rover in the classroom
Biology, Computer Science, Mathematics
Labels: 2D shapes, Angles, Coding, History of maths, Mathematical thinking, Number puzzles, Patterns, Polygons, Presentation, Programming, Problem Solving, Sharing Inspiration 2019, STEM, TI-Innovator, TI-Innovator Rover
I have been been using the TI Innovator and Rover with both Primary and Secondary students (9 to 18 year olds) for over a year now.
Labels: Arithmetic, Number puzzles
An investigation into the patterns found in Magic Squares.