The TI-Navigator 2.0 Classroom Learning System creates a wireless network that fosters an engaging environment for hands-on learning with TI handhelds, the company says. It enables teachers to assess, monitor, and provide feedback to students in real time to cultivate higher achievement. Using the software, teachers can send to, and collect from, the entire class various lessons, activities, tests, assignments, and other files, developing a real-time communication pathway between teachers and students. A feature called “Activity Center” enables students to actively contribute in real time to a shared workspace that is housed on the teacher’s PC, which can be projected to the entire class to illustrate equations, graphs, and other key math lessons by using one of any widely available video projectors, TI said.

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