Essential Casio Calculator Skills is designed to help you to learn and develop your ability to use your Casio scientific calculator.
The course shows an older model of calculator that is still well used throughout the world. As such this course in now finalised & won't be updated further. Many of the skills are still relevant and transferable to models of calculator available today.
In this course, you will discover the features and functions and how they can help you with your mathematical learning. It can also help you to develop quick and efficient skills to help you in a mathematics exam. A calculator is typically the only piece of technology you are allowed in an exam, so it is up to you to know how you can get the best out of and achieve the results you want.
The course will cover an overview of the calculator and some of the easy and frequently used functions. In the course you will also explore different representations of numbers, namely fractions, decimals and percentages and how the calculator can change between them.
Finally, I will take you through the key set up feature of Math and Line mode as well as the different modes that the calculator has to offer.
About the calculator.
This course starts at the beginning and assumes that you have a Casio calculator or have regular access to one.
It is primarily designed for the FX-83GT Plus / FX-85GT Plus available in the UK. Similar textbook display or Natural V.P.A.M calculators are known by different codes around the world.
Below is a list of other Casio calculators for which the majority, if not all, of the described functions are available. The list is not exclusive.
FX-300ES Plus, FX-350ES Plus, FX-82ES Plus, FX-85ES Plus, FX-85ES Plus, FX-95ES Plus, FX-500VN Plus, FX-82AU PLUS II, FX-991ES Plus, FX-115ES Plus, FX-570ES Plus, FX-100AU PLUS, FX-991DE
I have been teaching mathematics for over eight years and am excited about teaching students how to get more out of using technology for learning, specifically their calculator. I started The Calculator Guide, a growing collection of videos and resources in February 2015 and am happy to be developing courses online and on Teachable.com
PreviewConverting between fractions, decimals and surds using the S<>D button. (3:22)
StartMixed Numbers and Improper Fractions (1:57)
StartPercentage of amounts and percentage changes (2:24)
StartHow to find percentage changes and orginal amounts. (3:39)
StartHow to input recurring decimals. (1:53)
StartRecurring Decimals for fx-300ES and others.