In this session featured content will include efficient use of TI-Nspire CAS to solve problems related to algebra, calculus, and discrete and continuous probability distributions. Participants will explore statistical inference for sample proportions and confidence intervals by setting up and analysing simulations. We will also look at some of the questions from the 2016 Mathematical Methods Examination 2 and some of the ways in which users of the TI-Nspire CAS calculators can benefit and save time in recording solutions and checking answers. Many of the multiple choice questions and parts of extended responses questions can be solved using pre-prepared notes pages. Participants will learn how to create these notes applications which can be used to answer typical examination questions. About the Presenter: Raymond Rozen is a senior educator at RMIT University, in the School of Education. He is currently teaching VCE Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics. He has been active over many years in writing numerous trial examinations for Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics, as well as presenting revision lectures in Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics. Raymond is also well known for his involvement in writing senior mathematical textbooks for Jacaranda Wiley, as well as regularly presenting at conferences incorporating the use of TI-Nspire into senior classroom activities. Raymond is passionate about the use of CAS in the classroom.
|Pricing||1 Day||2 Day|
|Member Cost (Inc GST)||$50|
|Non Member Cost (Inc GST)||$62.50|
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