Sheraton Austin Georgetown Hotel and Conference Center – Georgetown, TX
Texas Instruments [clear filter]
Monday, June 17

1:15pm CDT

Connecting Inequalities, Motion, and Code
Interpreting and representing compound inequalities on a number line diagram can be difficult for students. What if we could connect the diagram with physical activity and the engagement of robotic vehicles? In this session we will look at connecting number line diagrams for compound inequalities with logic statements for some simple code. The best part is, no coding experience required!


Judy Hicks

Texas Instruments
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Curtis Brown

Math Specialist, Texas Instruments Inc.
Curtis taught mathematics and AP® Statistics for several years in Pasadena, TX and spent 5 years working for the National Math and Science Initiative as the Statistics Curriculum Coordinator. He currently works as the Math Segment manager at Texas Instruments Inc. Since starting... Read More →

Monday June 17, 2019 1:15pm - 2:15pm CDT

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