Tackle STEM with Texas Instruments and NFL Baltimore Ravens John Urschel

Making plays to help tackle Math and Science facts and figures, Texas Instruments has teamed up with none other than all-star and scholar, Baltimore Ravens NFL player John Urschel on Math for the Win. Urschel was drafted to the Ravens in 2014, after playing for and graduating from Penn State University in 2012. Soon after, he pursued his Masters, published research in mathematics journals and is currently pursuing his PhD in Spectral Graph Theory, and that's just in the off season.

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Tackle STEM with Texas Instruments 

and NFL Baltimore Ravens John Urschel

John Urschel aims to break the negative opinions toward STEM (science, technology, and mathematics) Learning, while demonstrating the connection to the high-energy world of sports. Urschel is currently introducing STEM Behind Sports, a series of educational activities inspiring kids to become the next generation of problem solvers. 

Texas Instruments has traditionally claimed the title as a leading educational technology brand recommended by educators for their premium quality products and innovative functionality and features. With a first year high-school student preparing to tackle advanced math and science courses, we were excited to discover that the Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE delivers everything that my so would need in a graphing calculator and more! With features that accommodate calculation needs from Pre-Algebra fundamentals, Statistics, Chemistry, Physics to advanced level Mathematics for Business and Finance, the TI-84 Plus CE is a comprehensive graphing calculator capable of  supporting a wide-range of math and science functionalities.

Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus CE is the newest addition to the TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators for Math and Science. With a slimmer design, high resolution, color display and graphing, and pre-loaded apps, we enjoyed the similar functionality to the earlier models of the graphing calculator and were more than thrilled with the 3 MB of memory storage, rechargable battery with a charger and USB cable. The TI-84 Plus CE is also approved for use on the PSAT, SAT, ACT college entrance exams, and
AP Exams including other exams allowing or requiring a graphing calculator.

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