T³ – Teachers Teaching with Technology™: Our Instructors
T³ has had the good fortune to be associated with some of the most creative and innovative mathematics and science teachers in the world. T³ Instructors are educators in elementary and middle schools, high schools, and universities, teaching mathematics, science, agriculture, and engineering. They are authors, coaches, department chairs, and advocates of appropriate technology usage to enhance student achievement.
The T³ instructor ranks are made up of classroom teachers and university professors. Active classroom teachers can speak from current experiences, based on technology, education trends, pedagogical practices, and student expectations in the classroom today. Experienced teachers bring knowledge, skills, and understanding of what works in a classroom.
Starting with only 12 instructors in the 1980s, T³ has grown to include over 300 instructors in North America and many more around the world. T³ continues to seek qualified applicants with a desire to provide professional development to their colleagues in mathematics and science education.
To become a T³ Instructor, an educator must have demonstrated excellence in classroom teaching, professional development, technology usage, and understanding of exemplary pedagogical usage of technology in the mathematics and science classroom. In addition, prospective T³ Instructors must attend Teacher Leader Training from the T³ organization and be evaluated by current leading T³ Instructors.
If you are interested in becoming a T³ Instructor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.