Below are examples of activities using graphing calculators prepared by students in my Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics class over the past few semesters. Most of these actvities are self-guided and self-paced worksheets that teach students how to accomplish certain tasks on a graphing calculator. Unless otherwise noted, all activities are for the TI83/84 family of calculators.
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Box and Whisker Plots
by Ellen Navitsky

Box and Whisker Plots
by Tracey Rickert

Graphing a Piecewise Function on a TI-89
by Jeremy Smoyer

Graphing Functions & Their Inverses
by Angela Davis

Graphing Implicit Functions on a TI-89
by LeeAnn Watts

How to Find the Intersection of Two Functions
by Jesse Whitehouse

Making a Box-and-Whisker Plot
by Shaunna Knepp

Matrices on a TI-89
by Missy Ebling

Multiplying Matrices
by Dee Stankavish

Plotting Data: Box and Whisker Plots
by Chris Kavcak

Relationships Between Polar Rose Graphs
by Keri Jeanes

Rose Curves in Polar Coordinates
by Lorraine Stetzel

Slope & y-Intercept
by Justin Vallone

Using a Graphing Calculator With Cramer’s Rule
by Caitlin Sublette

Vertical Motion in Free Fall
by Kerry Snyder

Working with Matrices
by Tiffany Angstadt