Since the first electronic handheld calculator was invented by Jack S. Kilby, Jerry D. Merryman and James Van Tassel at Texas Instruments in 1967, TI technology has been helping students succeed.
Over the years, TI has worked with educators to develop more sophisticated calculators and education technology. We also provide professional development. Teachers use our technology to help students visualize math concepts and see the relationships between different math forms – symbols, tables, graphs, and formulas and improving their conceptual understanding of math.
Also, TI DLP® chips go into projectors that deliver interactivity and multi-dimensional curriculum to the classroom with unparalleled image quality.
Our approach to developing education technology and professional development programs for math and science has allowed TI to become one of the most widely recognized and adopted educational equipment brands used by teachers and students.
We listen to educators and involve them in every aspect of product development, working with them to help connect students’ learning experiences to the real world and open career paths rooted in math and science. Our research-based graphing technology integrates multimedia content into math and science curricula, improving student performance and empowering educators to maximize the impact of their lessons. For example, we provide: