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

Call for Presenters

Presenter submissions are open. The deadline is August 19, 2019.

A high-energy conference with a singular focus: Improving student outcomes

Learn from successful teachers who will share their classroom-proven solutions for:

  • Integrating Texas Instruments (TI) technology effectively into math, science and STEM curricula
  • Motivating students to learn with TI technology as tools for real-world inquiry and discovery
  • Creating rich learning experiences that engage students in conceptual exploration and understanding

Engage in hands-on, content-rich instruction

Customize your conference experience by choosing from hundreds of hands-on sessions that enrich teaching practices, content knowledge and technology skills in critical topics in math, science and STEM.

Topics Include:

Productive Struggle

Teaching Strategies

Technology Implementation

College and Career Readiness

Test Preparation

Coding

Data Collection and Analysis

Formative Assessment

And more

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.

In their own words

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

A unique professional development opportunity


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

Keep coming back

Participants are engaged, excited

It inspires; it's just amazing

Professional development 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