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Guide to TI-Navigator with the TI-73 Explorer
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TI-Navigator for the TI-73 Explorer
Welcome to TI-Navigator for the TI-73 Explorer! The TI-Navigator classroom learning system provides the hardware and software tools you need to set up a wireless classroom network. TI-Navigator lets you: Create and manage classes on the classroom network. Transfer files between your computer or calculator and your students calculators. Monitor your students with screen captures and polling. Perform various interactive activities with your students to enhance your lessons. Use different tools to create, distribute, and analyze educational content. Install TI Graphing Calculator Applications (Apps) on your students calculators.
The TI-Navigator classroom learning system can help you: Assess student understanding. Verify that students are on task. Use classroom results to engage students. Get immediate feedback from your students to promote student achievement.
TI-Navigator System Components
The system is composed of two parts, hardware and software. The hardware creates a wireless communications network so that your computer can communicate with your students TI graphing calculators. The software contains a number of tools to enhance your classroom, including: Activity Center. Lets you run interactive activities with your classes involving lists, graphs, points, and equations. Quick Poll. Lets you send polls to your students, receive the students responses to the polls, and review the poll results with your students. Screen Capture. Lets you capture your students calculator screens.
Class Analysis. Lets you create, distribute, and analyze educational content. App Transfer. Lets you transfer TI Graphing Calculator Applications (Apps) to students calculators. Transfer tools. Multiple tools that let you send, collect, and delete data files on your students calculators.
TI-Navigator software has two main components that make it work: TI-Navigator computer software. The TI-Navigator computer software contains the tools and options you need to run your wireless classroom network. TI-Navigator calculator software. The TI-Navigator calculator software contains the tools you and your students need to exchange information with each other through the TI-Navigator network.
This guide provides basic information about TI-Navigator software, including information on both the computer software and the calculator software. For information about the TI-Navigator hardware, refer to the Installation Guide or the Getting Started poster included in the TI-Navigator packaging.
TI-Navigator System Requirements
Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1 or Service Pack 2 installed or Windows 2000 with Service Pack 4 installed 700 MHz Pentium-compatible CPU (1.2 GHz recommended) Video adapter set at 1024 x 768 screen resolution 256 MB RAM Approximately 350 MB of available hard-disk space (to install TI Connect, TI- Navigator, Network Manager, Class Analysis, and LearningCheck Creator) CD-ROM drive Available Ethernet or USB port on the computer Internet Explorer version 5.5 or higher (installed and operational)
This guide is designed to get you up and running quickly with TI-Navigator for the TI-73 Explorer. You will use the Getting Started poster to install the software on your computer and set up the network. You will use this guide to update the software on your TI-73 Explorer calculators. You should keep this guide as a reference to the exceptions from the other documentation that are unique to the TI-73 Explorer.
There are several other tools available to help you learn to set up and use the TI-Navigator system: The Getting Started postera short version of the setup process with fewer details. The Installation Guide (provided in both printed and PDF formats) complete setup details, troubleshooting, and technical information. Online HelpAfter you install the TI-Navigator software on your computer, you can access Online Help from the Help menu. The TI-Navigator Reference Guide, a printed version of the Help.
The process of unpacking the equipment, setting up the hardware, and installing the software will probably require about two hours of your time.
Setting up your computer
Use the Installation Guide or the Getting Started Poster in the TI-Navigator packaging to install the TI-Navigator software on your computer. You must install the software on your computer before setting up your calculators, as you will need to transfer software from the computer to your calculators.
Setting up the TI-Navigator hardware
Use the Installation Guide or the Getting Started Poster in the TI-Navigator packaging to set up the TI-Navigator hardware.
Setting up your calculators
Use this guide to complete the initial set up of your calculators. You must install the software and hardware on your computer before setting up your calculators.
Before installing TI-Navigator on your TI-73 Explorer, you must verify that you have: Operating System (OS) 1.80 or higher Enough memory to store the required applications.
Determining the operating system version
To determine which version of the operating system is installed on your TI-73 Explorer: 1. On your calculator, press -. The memory menu opens.
Select 1: About. The About screen opens. If the OS version displayed is 1.80 or higher, proceed to the steps for verifying memory space. If the OS version is not 1.80 or higher, follow the steps below to update the OS on your calculator.
Updating the operating system
If the operating system on your calculator is not version 1.80 or higher, you can use TI Connect software to transfer an updated OS file from your computer to your calculator. Both TI Connect and the TI-73 Explorer OS file are included on the TI-Navigator CD. 1. 2. 3. 4. Insert the TI-Navigator CD in your computers CD-ROM drive. The menu to the CD opens automatically. Click the Calculator Software link and navigate to OS software for the TI-73 Explorer. Connect the TI-73 Explorer to your computers USB port using the USB Silver Edition cable. Drag and drop the TI-73 OS.73u file onto the TI Connect icon on your desktop.
The operating system transfers to your calculator.
Note: You can transfer any file, not just the OS, to the calculator using this method.
Verifying memory space
Before installing TI-Navigator applications, you must verify that you have enough free memory space on your TI-73 Explorer. Applications on the device take up blocks of memory called "application slots. The bigger the application, the more slots it will require. The TI-Navigator applications (LearnChk, NavNet, AlgACS, navstk) require a total of five application slots. The TI-73 Explorer has a total of eight application slots. 1. On your calculator, press [-. The memory screen opens.
Select 3: Check APPs.
The calculator displays how many slots are free, and how many slots each of the existing apps require.
If there are five or more free slots, proceed to the steps for transferring applications to your calculator. If there are fewer than five free slots, you must remove applications from your calculator to make space for the required TI-Navigator applications. You can save the applications you remove to your computer, or delete them.
Saving applications to your computer
If you need to remove an application to make space on your calculator, you can save a copy on your computer, for use at a later date. 1. Double-click on the TI Connect icon. The TI Connect software opens.
Click the Device Explorer icon.
If prompted, select the TI-73 device and click Select.
The Device Explorer window opens.
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The Device Explorer window displays a tree view of the files on your calculator. 4. 5. Expand the Applications directory to see the applications that are installed on your calculator. Drag the application you want to save from the Device Explorer window, and drop it onto your desktop or open Windows Explorer and drop it into a directory.
When you drop the application file onto a location on your computer, a transfer status screen displays.
When the transfer is complete, the application will be saved with a.73k file extension in the location you selected when dropping the file.
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Deleting applications from the calculator
Until you have TI-Navigator installed and configured, you must perform these steps for each calculator on an individual basis. Once TI-Navigator is installed and configured, you can delete applications from all of the calculators in a class set using the network. 1. 2. To remove an application, press [- to open the memory screen. Select 4: Delete. A list of file categories displays on the screen. 3. Select 8: APPs. A list of Apps installed on the calculators opens.
Select the App you want to delete and press b.
Transferring TI-Navigator applications to the calculator
Once you have cleared an adequate number of memory slots for all your calculators, you are ready to transfer the applications to an entire set of calculators at one time using the TI-Navigator software on your computer. 1. Start the TI-Navigator software by double clicking on the TI-Navigator icon on your computers desktop.
When you first open the TI-Navigator software, it asks if you want to create classes.
You do not have to create a class to transfer applications. Refer to the "Creating a Class and Adding Students" video and tour in the Tour and Lesson section of the TI-Navigator CD for more information about setting up your classes. 2. Click No to continue to transfer applications. The TI-Navigator home screen opens. 3. Make sure your network is available and connect the calculators to the hubs (refer to the Getting Started poster or the Installation Guide for detailed information).
Select the Tools Tab and click on the Apps Transfer Tool. The four applications that you need to send to the calculators (LearnCheck, NavNet, qAlgACT and qnavstk) are already loaded and ready to transfer.
If you do not see the four applications listed, they can be added to the list by clicking on the Add Application button and selecting the app files from the C:\Program Files\TI Education\TI-Navigator directory. The four application files to select are: navnet.73k, algact.73k, navstk.73k, LearnChk.73k.
Important: Make sure that TI-73 Explorer Family is the selected
Click Start Transfer. The App Transfer progress window opens.
Once the transfer is complete, youre ready to start using TI-Navigator! Refer to the TI-Navigator Reference Guide and online Help for everything you need to know about using the TI-Navigator classroom learning system.
TI-Navigator 2.2 CD
Keep the TI-Navigator 2.2 CD handy. It contains information to help you be successful with using TI-Navigator. You will find Videos, Tours of the Software, and Sample Lessons (with activity setting files), including: Setting up your Class Transferring Files and Monitoring Status The Activity Center Polling Screen Capture Activity Lessons Upgrading Support
Installers for other applications are located in the section of the CD called Computer Software. You will want to make sure you have the latest version of these applications: LearningCheck Creator Software StudyCards Creator Software TI Connect Software
What is different when using TI-Navigator with the TI-73 Explorer?
The TI-73 Explorer can perform all of the same TI-Navigator functions as the TI-84 Plus with the following exceptions.
Activity Center notes
In Activity Center, The TI-73 Explorer can submit four equations at a time, not ten. The functions available on the TI-84 Plus versus the TI-73 Explorer differ slightly. Functions that are available in Activity Center on the TI-73 Explorer include: sin( cos( tan( Arcsin( Arccos( sqrt( abs( int( ln( exp( log( rand PI
LearningCheck Creator and Class Analysis notes
Can I use LearningCheck documents created for the TI-83 Plus or TI-84 Plus? You can use any existing LearningCheck Creator.edc files with the TI-Navigator 2.2 software. There are, however, some exceptions when using LearningCheck Creator and Class Analysis with the TI-73 Explorer. These exceptions are noted below: Send to Device does not work in LearningCheck Creator (use Send to Class). To enter text, you must press - t menu on the TI-73 Explorer. The TI-73 Explorer does not support the TI keyboard. Student answers are saved in an answer file. When this answer file is collected directly from the calculator to the computer, it has a.73v extension. However, Class Analysis will only load.8xv files. When you collect an answer file from students, TI-Navigator handles the class type discrepancy by saving two versions of the students answers on the computer. One will have a.73v extension (which can be returned to a device) and one will have a.8xv extension (which can be used in Class Analysis). If you collect an answer file outside of TI-Navigator through other tools such as TI Connect, you collect only a.73v file as expected. However, you will not be able to analyze these files in Class Analysis. All text entered on the TI-73 Explorer is upper case. If you create questions that require a case-sensitive answer, correct answers may be marked incorrect. All characters in LearningCheck Creator's character palette and all characters on a standard computer keyboard will display on TI-73 Explorer in question text, section text and fill-in-the-blanks pull down. Fill-in-the-blank text supports a limited character set. You should be careful not to create a question requiring a correct answer that is impossible to create on the device. From the computer keyboard, the following characters are NOT available on the TI-73 Explorer: | (vertical pipe) ` (accent mark) \ (backward slash) ~ (tilde)
@#$& _ (underscore) ; (semi colon)
On the character palette provided by LearningCheck Creator, these are the ONLY characters also available on the TI-73 Explorer:
Why do I get a Communication Failure sometimes even though I am plugged in? If you get a failure to communicate on the calculator, it probably means that two things were trying to happen at once. For example, if you take a screen capture while someone is logging in, you may have to refresh screenshots. Simply retry on the calculator or computer. Why do some of my students miss a Force to Students? If the teacher forces a transfer and the calculator does not automatically receive the file, the file is still there waiting for the student. From the TINavigator Home screen on the NavNet App, the calculator user simply selects 3. TRANSFERS 1. AUTO SEND/RECV to request any files waiting for them. How do I do things off the network during a class session? If the calculator user is going to disconnect from the network (example: to do a CBR collection), the calculator user will need to exit NavNet before disconnecting. Not doing so will not harm the system but the user may have to login again when accessing NavNet.
Can I use TI-Navigator without the Access Points and Hubs? You can use the system with a calculator connected to the computer through the USB Silver Edition cable. This is great for trying out lessons when you are lesson planning without having the network set up. Why do I get errors in TI Connect when I have TI-Navigator open? You cannot use the USB Silver Edition cable with TI Connect software and TI-Navigator software at the same time. If you want to use TI Connect software to communicate with a calculator, TI-Navigator software must be closed. How many apps slots will TI-Navigator require? The TI-73 Explorer has eight available app slots. The TI-Navigator apps will take three of these, while LearningCheck will take an additional 2. This leaves three app slots for other applications. For example, you can fit NumberLine, Geoboard, and the CBL/CBR app in addition to the TI-Navigator applications. Can you have a mixed classroom of TI-73s and TI-83s or TI-84s? No, you need to assign each class a device type. This can either be the TI-73 Explorer or a mixed classroom of TI-83 Plus and TI-84 Pluses. Can I change the device that my class uses? No. The best way to enable a class to use a different device is to create a new class, and then copy and paste the students from the original class to the new class of a different calculator family. This will result in two identical classes -- one for the TI-73 Explorer Classroom and one for the TI-83 Plus/TI-84 Plus Classroom. Will TI-Navigator require an OS update? The TI-73 Explorer requires an OS update to run TI-Navigator. The new version is 1.80. If you do not have this version, you can download it from the TI-Navigator 2.2 CD to the TI-73 Explorer with the TI Connect software. Will the TI-Navigator functions in TI InterActive! software work with the TI-73 Explorer ? No. TI InterActive! software was not designed to work with the TI-73 Explorer.
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Transferring DataMate to the TI-73 Explorer
The DataMate software comes already loaded on the CBL 2. Before you use the CBL 2 for the first time, you must transfer the DataMate software to the TI-73 Explorer. To transfer DataMate to a TI-73 Explorer, follow these steps: 1. Connect the TI-73 Explorer to the CBL 2 with the I/O init-to-unit link cable. 2. Put the calculator in RECEIVE mode. a. Press 9. b. Press " to select RECEIVE c. Press b. 3. On the CBL 2, press TRANSFER. The program or App is transferred and appears in the calculators list or application list. 4. When the transfer is complete, press 25 on the calculator. Need Help? Contact Texas Instruments: http://education.ti.com firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-TI-CARES
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