TI-Nspire

TI-Nspire is the name of a family of software and hardware products plus a variety of accessories and extensions. It’s coming in two flavors: a CAS variant and a numeric variant in accordance with certain exam regulations. The CAS variant integrates a computer algebra system, function plotter, dynamic geometry, spreadsheet, dynamic statistics a Q&A module and data logging. The numeric variant is identical with some limitations in symbolic calculation.

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  1. Elschenbroich, Hans-Jürgen: Illustrative approaches to calculus with old and new tools (2016) MathEduc
  2. Clark-Wilson, Alison; Noss, Richard: Hiccups within technology mediated lessons: a catalyst for mathematics teachers’ epistemological development (2015) MathEduc
  3. Bellman, Allan; Foshay, Wellesley R.; Gremillion, Danny: A developmental model for adaptive and differentiated instruction using classroom networking technology (2014) MathEduc
  4. Clark-Wilson, Alison: A methodological approach to researching the development of teachers’ knowledge in a multi-representational technological setting (2014) MathEduc
  5. Glaser, Herbert: Experiences with CAS (2014) MathEduc
  6. Lagrange, Jean-Baptiste; Psycharis, Giorgos: Investigating the potential of computer environments for the teaching and learning of functions: a double analysis from two research traditions (2014) MathEduc
  7. Clark-Wilson, Alison: How teachers learn to use complex new technologies in secondary mathematics classrooms -- the notion of the hiccup (2013) MathEduc
  8. Müller, Thomas: Understanding mathematics more easily -- TI-Nspire already in lower secondary? A contribution to the discussion on instruction with technology (2013) MathEduc
  9. Özgün-Koca, S. Asli; Edwards, Thomas G.: Interpreting box plots with multiple linked representations (2013) MathEduc
  10. Persson, Per-Eskil: A problem-solving experiment with TI-Nspire (2013) MathEduc
  11. Sperlich, Thomas: CALiMERO -- a look back from the project team (2013) MathEduc
  12. Strayer, Jeremy F.: Sample too small? Probably not! (2013) MathEduc
  13. Arzarello, Ferdinando; Ferrara, Francesca; Robutti, Ornella: Mathematical modelling with technology: the role of dynamic representations (2012) MathEduc
  14. Davis, Jon D.: Investigating the effects of parameters on quadratic functions (2012) MathEduc
  15. Hohenwarter, Markus; Hartl, Alexander: GeoGebraCAS -- from the symbolic notepad to the dynamic CAS view (2012) MathEduc
  16. Lehmann, Eberhard; Arand, Beate; Döring, Ulrich; Dreeßen-Meyer, Günter; Geist, Lutz; Klietsch, Thomas; Kollotschek, Cordula; Langlotz, Hubert; Naumann, Martin: Preparing parameter representations already in grades 6/7: coordinates, grid points, and reflections (2012) MathEduc
  17. Lehmann, Eberhard; Arand, Beate; Döring, Ulrich; Dreeßen-Meyer, Günter; Geist, Lutz; Klietsch, Thomas; Kollotschek, Cordula; Langlotz, Hubert; Naumann, Martin: From the house of Santa Claus and its reflections in a line to the parametric representation of curves and their inversion (2012) MathEduc
  18. Lehmann, Eberhard; Arand, Beate; Döring, Ulrich; Dreeßen-Meyer, Günter; Geist, Lutz; Klietsch, Thomas; Kollotschek, Cordula; Langlotz, Hubert; Naumann, Martin: Parametric representations of a smiley with different software (2012) MathEduc
  19. Lyublinskaya, Irina; Funsch, Dan: Geometry + technology = proof (2012) MathEduc
  20. Stoppel, Hannes: CAS is not the same as CAS (2012) MathEduc

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