• Temperature: What It Means and How We Measure It

    Posted 10/06/2022 by Ian Galloway

    Almost nothing happens in the universe without there being a difference of temperature between two places. This suggests that most energy changes are associated with a temperature difference.

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  • How To Use Real-World Environmental Issues in Class

    Posted 02/06/2022 by Jessica Kohout (@MrsKohout)

    For World Environment Day, get your students problem-solving on real-world environmental issues.

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  • 7 Ways Educators Can Use Robotics in Their Classes

    Posted 05/05/2022 by Harshal S. Chhaya

    Robots are not just for robotics classes. They can enhance math, science and history, increase student confidence with technology and prepare them for 21st century careers.

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  • The Heartbeat of STEM

    Posted 06/04/2022 by Jessica Kohout

    Are you interested in introducing your students to coding but are not sure how? Read about this heart-pounding STEM project that will get your students excited about programming.

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  • Top 5 T³ Webinars From 2021

    Posted 11/02/2022 by Sónia Reis

    The start of a new year is the perfect time for setting new goals and prepping for the next few months of classes. Perhaps your goal is a large, year-long project, or maybe it’s a small, daily habit that you’d like to implement. Either way, one of the best ways to keep yourself motivated is by having a list. If professional learning is one of your goals, we’ve put together a list to help you get started. Here are the top 5 most watched T³ Webinars from 2021. These sessions are all free and available on demand. So, watch these recordings on your schedule and at your own pace!

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  • Infrared Radiation and the James Webb Space Telescope

    Posted 11/02/2022 by Ian Galloway

    The James Webb Space Telescope has reached Lagrange point 2, one and a half million kilometers away, and is getting ready to explore the cosmos in the infrared part of the spectrum. Expansion of the universe means that after 15 billion years the light emitted by the earliest galaxies has stretched so that it is now in the infrared part of the spectrum. In this blog we focus on the discovery and use of infrared radiation.

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  • Challenges From Space: The James Webb Space Telescope and Lagrange Points

    Posted 01/02/2022 by Ian Galloway

    On January 23, 2022, the James Webb Space Telescope reached its destination. This highly complex instrument is taking advantage of a cosmic location discovered by Euler and Lagrange more than 200 years ago. Read on to see how you can incorporate this into a classroom activity to calculate the Lagrange points.

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  • Sharing Inspiration 2021: Energy — the Elephant in the Room

    Posted 06/12/2021 by Ian Galloway

    The last session of Sharing Inspiration 2021 took place days after the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) had finished in Glasgow. Effectively, this was the T3 contribution to the debate on climate change and sustainable development.

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  • Students Should Free Themselves From Pen and Paper, and Start Learning By Doing

    Posted 17/11/2021 by Sónia Reis

    With 25 years of teaching experience, Alexandre Gomes is practical about the role of technology in education. The physics and chemistry teacher, and T³ Europe instructor, believes that technology education in schools must evolve from theory to practice. "You need students to free themselves from pen and paper and to actually start learning by doing. And learning by doing, using Texas Instruments technology, makes perfect sense.”

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  • Have an AWEsum Fibonacci Day!

    Posted 12/11/2021 by Ron Lancaster, Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto

    Imagine a moment let’s call it an awe moment when something took your breath away, caught you off guard or surprised you. Now imagine an encounter with mathematics that left you awestruck. Read on to find out three awe moments to share with your students.

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