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“Texas Instruments is committed to supporting student learning and achievement in mathematics and science. The use of hand held graphing technology in these curriculum areas has the power to make learning relevant and meaningful and can encourage and facilitate exploration and enquiry. Developing excellence in mathematics and science will benefit New Zealand academically and economically in the world of the 21st Century.” – Yvonne Blanch, NZ Education Manager, Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments has a long history of pioneering creative and innovative tools for teaching and learning, for providing support, and resources and programmes for teachers by teachers in using these tools.
As a world leader in developing hand held graphing technology and resources for the education market Texas Instruments have been associated with New Zealand schools for many years.
We have been working alongside Wainuiomata High School for a number of years to integrate hand held graphing technology into their maths curriculum. The Digital Opportunities Project has given us a further opportunity to partner with a number of secondary schools to develop and research the benefits of using technology in the teaching and learning of maths and science.
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Contact: Yvonne Blanch, NZ Education Manager
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