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Issue 33, February 2014
Welcome to the thirty-third edition of the HP Solve newsletter. Learn about the latest news in STEM education, calculation concepts, and be the first to find out about new HP education solutions and special offers.Download the PDF version of articles (1.68MB PDF).
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A Rose for You: Transforming the Plane
There's a new way students can be taught about
transformations in the plane, including translations and reflections. Instead of the geometric approach, the HP Prime Advanced Graphing app allows us to take an algebraic approach.
Put the focus back on the students in education
Teachers are redistributing the responsibility for learning and teaching to focus more on the student. Changing to a mix of formative and summative instruction can allow students to become more self-aware and in charge of their own learning.
HP Prime Connectivity Kit: Better engagement with students
Engaging students in mathematical conversations is one thing, being aware of what students are doing and thinking while it's happening is another. HP Prime has a full suite of mathematical software to make this possible.
Incubators for Innovation: How the arts can fostercollaboration
The Arts can be accelerators of learning and innovation. Even among strangers from diverse backgrounds, arts-based learning strategies have the ability to develop amazing innovations.
Think strategically about teaching, learning, and technology
For educators using technology, it's time to stop learning about apps and start learning with apps. Powerful learning experiences are not possible without the combination of great teaching and the right technology.
Seeking roots with the Bisection method
For centuries, solving for the roots of nonlinear functions and polynomials has been one of the cornerstones of numerical analysis. The Bisection method remains one of the simplest and slowest root-seeking methods.
Meet Namir Shammas
Customer Corner takes a closer look at Namir Shammas, one of our worldwide users of HP’s calculators.
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