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T³IC goes virtual for 2021

We are excited to bring you the 33rd annual T³IC, now in an all-virtual format. Join us and your colleagues as we all come together to encourage, engage, and empower each other in this shared learning experience.

We are already hard at work planning the virtual conference program that will be everything you’d expect from a T³IC — thought-provoking, engaging and fun. Some things you can look forward to:

  • Dynamic sessions led by thought-leaders in math, science and STEM education
  • New strategies and resources for using TI technology to get students excited about math, science and STEM, whether they are learning in person or virtually
  • Connecting and sharing with like-minded educators from around the world
  • Special events and opportunities to win fun prizes

The 2021 Virtual T³IC will take place on consecutive Saturdays, Feb. 20 and 27, with a special preconference day on Feb. 13. You can experience the virtual conference live or at your convenience on demand.

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Breakout sessions

Our conference will feature 24, 1-hour breakout sessions that will include time for you to ask questions. Join fellow educators as they share ideas and strategies for using TI technology in math, science and STEM education.

Session topics include:

  • Effective teaching strategies
  • Virtual teaching
  • Test preparation
  • Assessment design
  • Coding
  • STEM projects
  • Data collection and analysis
  • And more

7 for 7

During the “7 for 7” session on Feb 27, you’ll hear from seven thought-leaders, each speaking for seven minutes on topics that encourage new perspectives and empower your teaching.

Presenters include:

  • Maria Benzon, Assistant Principal, Discovery Middle School, Texas
  • Lindsay Gold, Assistant Professor, University of Dayton, Ohio
  • Jill Gough, Director of Teaching and Learning, Trinity School, Georgia
  • Andi Parr, Education Specialist, Region 12 Education Service Center, Texas
  • Michelle Rinehart, Math Consultant and Graduate Student, Harvard University, Texas
  • Ariel Taylor, Assistant Professor of Practice, University of Texas at Austin, Texas
  • Dennis Wilson, Math Department Head, Landmark Christian School, Georgia

Bonus preconference day

We will host a preconference program on Feb. 13, featuring the C³ — Calculus Conference Within a Conference — as well as the “Getting Started” sessions for TI graphing calculators. This extra conference day is included with registration.

C³ presenters, all of whom have a deep knowledge of the AP® Calculus program, include experienced AP® Calculus teachers and other recognized leaders in mathematics and mathematics education policy, pedagogy and assessment.

  • Tom Dick, Ph.D., Former Chair, AP® Test Development Committee
  • Vicki Carter, Former Co-Chair, AP® Test Development Committee
  • Julie Clark, Ph.D., Chief Reader, AP® Calculus
  • Deb Hughes Hallett, Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona
  • Karen Hyers, College Board Advisor, AP® Calculus
  • Dan Kennedy, Rincon High School, Arizona
  • Steve Kokoska, Former Chief Reader, AP® Calculus
  • Stephanie Ogden, Ph.D., Director, AP® Content Development for Calculus and Statistics, College Board®
  • Tony Record, Avon High School, Indiana
  • Sharon Taylor, Ph.D., Co-Chair, AP® Calculus Development Committee
  • Craig Wright, Educational Testing Service

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Certificate of attendance


All attendees receive a certificate of attendance, which may be submitted
to your school or district for professional credit.