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1. diastelo.org:calculator art
Calculator Art ----artwork projects rhetoric snippets
The site is really broken up into four main categories: Artwork, Projects, Rhetoric, and Snippets.
If you can't find a page, consult the holy site map. I update it regularly to include new pages, and I have included
a few brief descriptions to make the divisions between the sections clear. Whenever something I put on the site potentially
can be listed in multiple categories, I will list the entry in each relevant section and store the files where I feel
they best belong.
2. The National Council of Teachers of Math. Pric and standards
standards using the TI-83
The National Council of Teachers of Math. Pric and standad
3. TI-83/84 Plus BASIC Graphics Programs- ticalc.org
TI-83/84 PLUS BASIC GRAPHICS PROGRAMS
Texas Instruments' graphing calculators are very popular among students in high school, junior high school,
and college. This is especially true in the United States, where they are practically the standard for math courses
in the higher grades. TI's models range from inexpensive calculators with basic functionality to sophisticated calculators
suitable for use throughout college-level math courses and beyond
6. connecting-t3-Teachers Teaching with Technology
An interesting activity that challenges students to create two different pictures by graphing a wide range of equations.
7. connecting-t3-Teachers Teaching with Technology
Graphic Design Projects with the TI-83 Plus Calculator
An open-ended project to get students graphing functions with restricted domains to create a picture.
8. connecting-t3-Teachers Teaching with Technology
Calculator Art using Functions
A interesting activity where students recreate and animate pictures using functions. The steps for several sample programs are included.
9. Alphabet A thur Z
Coloring pagings to choose from.
10. Hello Kitty
11. Pokeman pictures---challenging
12. version of the Java Grapher in which formulas for the functions f and g have
been entered and thier graphs drawn