Education Technology
2019 T³™ International Conference March 8 - 10, 2019 Baltimore, Maryland #T3IC

Welcome to the T³IC professional learning conference

Explore classroom-proven ways for using Texas Instruments (TI) technology to get students excited about learning math, science, STEM, coding and more.

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Location: Omni® Dallas Hotel

Experience shared passion for educational excellence

“It’s amazing. It’s inspiring.”

Take home tips, insights and activities for integrating TI technology effectively into your teaching plan.

A full weekend, a single focus: Improving student outcomes

“The energy level is crazy high!”

Explore new ways to motivate students by using TI technology as tools for real-world inquiry and discovery.

Discover how TI technology supports and promotes:

Productive struggle

Effective teaching strategies

Exploring mathematical tasks

College and career readiness

Test preparation

Coding

Data collection and analysis

Formative assessment

And more

Personalize your learning experience

“The value here is just great.”

Choose from hundreds of hands-on sessions led by successful classroom teachers to meet your professional learning goals.

A lot of learning, a little time for fun

Get one semester hour of
graduate credit through
Central Michigan University.
(Additional fee applies.)

Acquire 1.5 Continuing
Education Units (CEUs) through
Adams State University.
(Additional fee applies.)

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

Omni is a registered trademark of its owner.

Register now for a high-energy opportunity to enrich your teaching

Successful math, science and STEM educators will lead hands-on, content-rich sessions exploring classroom-proven solutions for using Texas Instruments (TI) technology to boost student achievement.

Early Bird discount

(Discount expires January 31, 2020)

Save 15 percent by acting before January 31, 2020 — Plus Register four educators and the fifth attends free.

Register four, the fifth is free "Great opportunity for my department to share and compare ideas." - Karen Latham

Special team discount

Get the most out of your conference experience with the 5-for-4 Team Discount. By attending as a team, you can cover more sessions, share learning with one another and fuel collaboration among and between departments.

General registration

  • Full conference: $195
  • Education student: $50
  • Friday only: $145
  • Saturday and Sunday only: $145

Hear from thought-leaders in math, science, and STEM education

Keynote Speaker

Derrick Pitts
Chief Astronomer, The Franklin Institute
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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A look at things to come

NCTM and NCSM leaders discuss initiatives for high-quality math teaching, learning for all students and equipping and empowering a diverse education community.

Robert Q. Berry III, Ph.D.
President, NCTM
Charlottesville, Virginia

Maria Everett
First Vice President, NCSM
Towson, Maryland

Linda Griffith, Ph.D.
Treasurer, NCSM
Quitman, Arkansas

Connie S. Schrock, Ph.D.
Immediate Past President, NCSM
Emporia, Kansas

John W. Staley, Ph.D.
Past President, NCSM
Baltimore, Maryland

Mona Toncheff
President, NCSM
Phoenix, Arizona

Trena Wilkerson, Ph.D.
President-Elect, NCTM
Waco, Texas

A look inside today’s classrooms

Successful teachers, supervisors and professional development experts address what’s working in the classroom today.

Linda Antinone
T³™ National Instructor
Fort Worth, Texas

Gail Burrill
Mathematics Specialist, Program
in Mathematics Education
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

Alice Fisher
AP® Computer Science Teacher
Bellaire High School
Houston, Texas

Jill Gough
Director of Teaching and Learning
Trinity School
Atlanta, Georgia

Kathy Hale
President
TCTM
Abilene, Texas

Pam Harris
Lecturer
Texas State University
Kyle, Texas

Valerie Hudson
T³™ Regional Instructor
Colleyville, Texas

Valerie Camille Jones, Ed.D.
Mathematics Department Head
The Ron Clarke Academy
Atlanta, Georgia

Toni Norrell
T³™ Regional Instructor
Robstown, Texas

Richard Parr, Ph.D.
Mathematics Teacher
Kinkaid School
Houston, Texas

Tom Reardon
Adjunct Professor
Youngstown State University
Poland, Ohio

Michelle Rinehart
Doctoral Student
Harvard University
Fort Davis, Texas

Monique Williams
Math Technology Integration Specialist, K–12
Fort Bend ISD
Fort Bend, Texas

Jennifer Wilson, Ph.D.
T³™ National Instructor
Black Mountain, North Carolina

AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org.

Enjoy the convenience of staying at the conference hotel

Stay at the T³IC host hotel

The Omni® Dallas Hotel is offering special conference rates of $215 per night for single or double occupancy, plus tax.
The discounted room rate ends Feb. 18, 2020.

Parking

Omni® Dallas Hotel

  • $20 per day for self service
  • $32 per day for valet service

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

  • Get information here.

Dallas: A five-star city in the Lone Star State

  • Spring break, no problem
  • Come to Dallas with your family — they can explore the area while you power up with new lessons and strategies. Then take in some Dallas sights together before returning home recharged and full of Texas barbecue as well as new ideas for your classroom.

Omni is a registered trademark of its owner.

Howdy, y’all!

Welcome to Dallas, home of Texas Instruments (TI) Education Technology, and the host city for the T³IC professional learning conference, which features a lot of learning and some time for fun.

Meet and greet

Preconference mixer
Thursday, March 12

Make new acquaintances and get together with old friends.

Come one, come all

Welcome reception
Friday, March 13

Network with fellow attendees and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.

Come for the Pi

Pi Day celebration
Saturday, March 14,
3:14 p.m.

Celebrate the world’s favorite irrational constant.

Capture the memories

Selfie station
Post on social and show your friends you are part of the T³™ Community.

It ain’t bragging if you can do it

T³IC Challenge
Earn points for answering trivia questions on the conference app for chances to win fun prizes.

What’s new?

Exhibitors
Build relationships with school suppliers, learn about their latest offerings and enter prize drawings at participating booths.

The latest and greatest

Texas Instruments booth
Check out the newest technology and resources, including STEM Projects for the TI-Innovator™ System.

Questions? Answers!

TI-Cares™ customer support
Update your calculator’s operating system and get technical help from a friendly TI-Cares™ customer support rep.

Connect and share

The social lounge
Visit between sessions to unwind, capture a memory at the photo booth and connect on social media.

@TICalculators #T3IC

Winner, winner

Grand prize drawing
Sunday, March 15

Attend the closing session for a chance to win the conference grand prize.

Seven for Seven: Exploring fresh perspectives

Set aside time for the T³IC Seven for Seven thought-leadership session on Saturday, March 14 at 3:30 p.m.

Seven speakers — each delivering a seven-minute talk on a timely, relevant topic in math, science or STEM education — inspire new ideas and a passion for teaching.

The 2020 Seven for Seven speakers and topics include:

Jill Gough
Director of Teaching and Learning
Trinity School
Atlanta, Georgia
Core Work for Future Mobility

Dennis Wilson
Math Department Head
Landmark Christian School
Newnan, Georgia
The Function of a Teacher

Andi Parr
Education Specialist
Education Service Center Region 12
Temple, Texas
Are you P.E.F.A.? (Positive, Encouraging, Flexible and Accommodating)

Maria Benzon
Assistant Principal
Discovery Middle School
Houston, Texas
Motivation and Mentoring in Education

Alice Fisher
AP® Computer Science Teacher
Bellaire High School
Houston, Texas
To Be or Not to Be an Educator on Social Media … (That is the Question)

Michelle Rinehart
Doctoral Student
Harvard University
Fort Davis, Texas
Women in Educational Leadership

Daniel Wilkie
IB® Mathematics Examiner and Teacher
Christ Church Episcopal School
Greenville, South Carolina
Share Your Passion

Revisit the 2019 Seven for Seven presentations

2019 Seven for Seven Ideas that Inspire

AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board. IB is a registered trademark owned by the International Baccalaureate Organization. Neither are affiliated with, nor endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org and www.ibo.org.

In their own words

Hear from educators how the T³IC enriched their pedagogy, content knowledge and technology skills.

A unique professional educational opportunity


'... by far, the best professional learning community ...' - Alice Carson

Keep coming back

Participants are engaged, excited

It inspires; it's just amazing

Professional learning for math and science teachers and teacher leaders


... the best practices to give our students the best success ...' - Kasey Leake

Increase student engagement

Enrich technology skills

Achieve your specific learning goals

Hands-on sessions led by classroom teachers


'... we got to put ourselves in the shoes of the students ...' - Maggie Gondek

Benefit from hands-on-learning

Discover new skills

Teach real-world math

Student success starts here


'... it's all about student learning ...' - David Sword

See what other teachers are doing

Give every student an entry point

Learn programming basics