Education Technology

TI Leadership Summits

TI Leadership Summits provide insight into how we can work together to meet the changing needs of teachers and students. Topics range from STEM education to funding resources, technology implementation, improving instructional practices and more. As a participant, you will:
  • Gain insight and inspiration from renowned national speakers in an intimate setting.
  • Hear from local educators on their experience in implementing TI technology in their schools.
  • Meet or reconnect with a select group of fellow administrators.


Leadership Summit ID

Learn more about the TI Leadership Summit in your area below, including topics, speakers and schedule. There is no charge to attend.

Date City State Title
Nov 15 Austin TX
Creating Pathways for Student Success

Join us for a high-level discussion about navigating the shifts in Texas education. During the summit, we will address challenges and solutions for implementing new technology and STEM initiatives, supporting teacher development, and preparing for changes in testing requirements for mathematics on the TEKS and STAAR® exams.

There is no cost to attend, and a networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
ESC Region 13
5701 Springdale Road
Austin, TX 78723

Register

8:30 a.m. | Registration and breakfast

PROGRAM

9 a.m. | Welcome

Mike Moses, Ed.D.
Former Texas Commissioner of Education

Vince O’Connell
Director, Educational Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Addressing Unfinished Learning Through Acceleration

Schools across Texas are working hard to address unfinished learning and ensure the greatest levels of success for all students. Realizing these goals will require innovative approaches to instruction that include accelerating students’ progressions of learning. Consider guidance for educators looking for tools and strategies that build conceptual understanding more efficiently and result in increased student enjoyment of mathematics while growing academic outcomes.

Trena Wilkerson
President
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Texas State Budget and Funding Opportunities

David Thompson
Partner
Thompson & Horton LLP


Networking luncheon


Breakout Session Option 1 | Leveraging TI Technology for Success on High-Stakes Exams
Learn ways to implement test-preparation strategies in the mathematics classroom that reinforce technology skills and deepen student understanding of key topics on high-stakes exams. Explore and leave with resources that can be integrated daily to prepare for the newly redesigned STAAR® exam.


Breakout Session Option 2 | Creating a Pathway for Students in STEM
As the demand for STEM talent skyrockets, companies like TI need a prepared workforce more than ever. Learn how to equip your district with technology-rich resources that will ignite students and motivate them to pursue high-need, high-wage career pathways. By integrating work-based learning projects, students will obtain skills to set them up for success in pursuing these high-demand careers. Join us to explore and engage in STEM and coding activities that will help launch this learning.


For questions about the summit, please contact Wendy Peel at wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.

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Nov 16 Waco TX
Creating Pathways for Student Success

Join us for a high-level discussion about navigating the shifts in Texas education. During the summit, we will address challenges and solutions for implementing new technology and STEM initiatives, supporting teacher development, and preparing for changes in testing requirements for mathematics on the TEKS and STAAR® exams.

There is no cost to attend, and a networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
ESC Region 12
2101 W. Loop 340
Waco, TX 76712

Register

8:30 a.m. | Registration and breakfast

PROGRAM

9 a.m. | Welcome

Mike Moses, Ed.D.
Former Texas Commissioner of Education

Vince O’Connell
Director, Educational Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Addressing Unfinished Learning Through Acceleration

Schools across Texas are working hard to address unfinished learning and ensure the greatest levels of success for all students. Realizing these goals will require innovative approaches to instruction that include accelerating students’ progressions of learning. Consider guidance for educators looking for tools and strategies that build conceptual understanding more efficiently and result in increased student enjoyment of mathematics while growing academic outcomes.

Trena Wilkerson
President
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Texas State Budget and Funding Opportunities

David Thompson
Partner
Thompson & Horton LLP


Networking luncheon


Breakout Session Option 1 | Leveraging TI Technology for Success on High-Stakes Exams
Learn ways to implement test-preparation strategies in the mathematics classroom that reinforce technology skills and deepen student understanding of key topics on high-stakes exams. Explore and leave with resources that can be integrated daily to prepare for the newly redesigned STAAR® exam.


Breakout Session Option 2 | Creating a Pathway for Students in STEM
As the demand for STEM talent skyrockets, companies like TI need a prepared workforce more than ever. Learn how to equip your district with technology-rich resources that will ignite students and motivate them to pursue high-need, high-wage career pathways. By integrating work-based learning projects, students will obtain skills to set them up for success in pursuing these high-demand careers. Join us to explore and engage in STEM and coding activities that will help launch this learning.


For questions about the summit, please contact Wendy Peel at wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.

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Nov 17 White Settlement TX
Creating Pathways for Student Success

Join us for a high-level discussion about navigating the shifts in Texas education. During the summit, we will address challenges and solutions for implementing new technology and STEM initiatives, supporting teacher development, and preparing for changes in testing requirements for mathematics on the TEKS and STAAR® exams.

There is no cost to attend, and a networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
ESC Region 11
1451 S. Cherry Lane
White Settlement, TX 76108

Register

8:30 a.m. | Registration and breakfast

PROGRAM

9 a.m. | Welcome

Mike Moses, Ed.D.
Former Texas Commissioner of Education

Vince O’Connell
Director, Educational Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Addressing Unfinished Learning Through Acceleration

Schools across Texas are working hard to address unfinished learning and ensure the greatest levels of success for all students. Realizing these goals will require innovative approaches to instruction that include accelerating students’ progressions of learning. Consider guidance for educators looking for tools and strategies that build conceptual understanding more efficiently and result in increased student enjoyment of mathematics while growing academic outcomes.

Trena Wilkerson
President
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Texas State Budget and Funding Opportunities

David Thompson
Partner
Thompson & Horton LLP


Networking luncheon


Breakout Session Option 1 | Leveraging TI Technology for Success on High-Stakes Exams
Learn ways to implement test-preparation strategies in the mathematics classroom that reinforce technology skills and deepen student understanding of key topics on high-stakes exams. Explore and leave with resources that can be integrated daily to prepare for the newly redesigned STAAR® exam.


Breakout Session Option 2 | Creating a Pathway for Students in STEM
As the demand for STEM talent skyrockets, companies like TI need a prepared workforce more than ever. Learn how to equip your district with technology-rich resources that will ignite students and motivate them to pursue high-need, high-wage career pathways. By integrating work-based learning projects, students will obtain skills to set them up for success in pursuing these high-demand careers. Join us to explore and engage in STEM and coding activities that will help launch this learning.


For questions about the summit, please contact Wendy Peel at wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.

Details |
Nov 15
Austin TX
Creating Pathways for Student Success
|

Join us for a high-level discussion about navigating the shifts in Texas education. During the summit, we will address challenges and solutions for implementing new technology and STEM initiatives, supporting teacher development, and preparing for changes in testing requirements for mathematics on the TEKS and STAAR® exams.

There is no cost to attend, and a networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
ESC Region 13
5701 Springdale Road
Austin, TX 78723

Register

8:30 a.m. | Registration and breakfast

PROGRAM

9 a.m. | Welcome

Mike Moses, Ed.D.
Former Texas Commissioner of Education

Vince O’Connell
Director, Educational Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Addressing Unfinished Learning Through Acceleration

Schools across Texas are working hard to address unfinished learning and ensure the greatest levels of success for all students. Realizing these goals will require innovative approaches to instruction that include accelerating students’ progressions of learning. Consider guidance for educators looking for tools and strategies that build conceptual understanding more efficiently and result in increased student enjoyment of mathematics while growing academic outcomes.

Trena Wilkerson
President
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Texas State Budget and Funding Opportunities

David Thompson
Partner
Thompson & Horton LLP


Networking luncheon


Breakout Session Option 1 | Leveraging TI Technology for Success on High-Stakes Exams
Learn ways to implement test-preparation strategies in the mathematics classroom that reinforce technology skills and deepen student understanding of key topics on high-stakes exams. Explore and leave with resources that can be integrated daily to prepare for the newly redesigned STAAR® exam.


Breakout Session Option 2 | Creating a Pathway for Students in STEM
As the demand for STEM talent skyrockets, companies like TI need a prepared workforce more than ever. Learn how to equip your district with technology-rich resources that will ignite students and motivate them to pursue high-need, high-wage career pathways. By integrating work-based learning projects, students will obtain skills to set them up for success in pursuing these high-demand careers. Join us to explore and engage in STEM and coding activities that will help launch this learning.


For questions about the summit, please contact Wendy Peel at wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.

Nov 16
Waco TX
Creating Pathways for Student Success
|

Join us for a high-level discussion about navigating the shifts in Texas education. During the summit, we will address challenges and solutions for implementing new technology and STEM initiatives, supporting teacher development, and preparing for changes in testing requirements for mathematics on the TEKS and STAAR® exams.

There is no cost to attend, and a networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
ESC Region 12
2101 W. Loop 340
Waco, TX 76712

Register

8:30 a.m. | Registration and breakfast

PROGRAM

9 a.m. | Welcome

Mike Moses, Ed.D.
Former Texas Commissioner of Education

Vince O’Connell
Director, Educational Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Addressing Unfinished Learning Through Acceleration

Schools across Texas are working hard to address unfinished learning and ensure the greatest levels of success for all students. Realizing these goals will require innovative approaches to instruction that include accelerating students’ progressions of learning. Consider guidance for educators looking for tools and strategies that build conceptual understanding more efficiently and result in increased student enjoyment of mathematics while growing academic outcomes.

Trena Wilkerson
President
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Texas State Budget and Funding Opportunities

David Thompson
Partner
Thompson & Horton LLP


Networking luncheon


Breakout Session Option 1 | Leveraging TI Technology for Success on High-Stakes Exams
Learn ways to implement test-preparation strategies in the mathematics classroom that reinforce technology skills and deepen student understanding of key topics on high-stakes exams. Explore and leave with resources that can be integrated daily to prepare for the newly redesigned STAAR® exam.


Breakout Session Option 2 | Creating a Pathway for Students in STEM
As the demand for STEM talent skyrockets, companies like TI need a prepared workforce more than ever. Learn how to equip your district with technology-rich resources that will ignite students and motivate them to pursue high-need, high-wage career pathways. By integrating work-based learning projects, students will obtain skills to set them up for success in pursuing these high-demand careers. Join us to explore and engage in STEM and coding activities that will help launch this learning.


For questions about the summit, please contact Wendy Peel at wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.

Nov 17
White Settlement TX
Creating Pathways for Student Success
|

Join us for a high-level discussion about navigating the shifts in Texas education. During the summit, we will address challenges and solutions for implementing new technology and STEM initiatives, supporting teacher development, and preparing for changes in testing requirements for mathematics on the TEKS and STAAR® exams.

There is no cost to attend, and a networking breakfast and luncheon are included.

Date/Time:
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022
8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location:
ESC Region 11
1451 S. Cherry Lane
White Settlement, TX 76108

Register

8:30 a.m. | Registration and breakfast

PROGRAM

9 a.m. | Welcome

Mike Moses, Ed.D.
Former Texas Commissioner of Education

Vince O’Connell
Director, Educational Partnerships
Texas Instruments


Addressing Unfinished Learning Through Acceleration

Schools across Texas are working hard to address unfinished learning and ensure the greatest levels of success for all students. Realizing these goals will require innovative approaches to instruction that include accelerating students’ progressions of learning. Consider guidance for educators looking for tools and strategies that build conceptual understanding more efficiently and result in increased student enjoyment of mathematics while growing academic outcomes.

Trena Wilkerson
President
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics


Texas State Budget and Funding Opportunities

David Thompson
Partner
Thompson & Horton LLP


Networking luncheon


Breakout Session Option 1 | Leveraging TI Technology for Success on High-Stakes Exams
Learn ways to implement test-preparation strategies in the mathematics classroom that reinforce technology skills and deepen student understanding of key topics on high-stakes exams. Explore and leave with resources that can be integrated daily to prepare for the newly redesigned STAAR® exam.


Breakout Session Option 2 | Creating a Pathway for Students in STEM
As the demand for STEM talent skyrockets, companies like TI need a prepared workforce more than ever. Learn how to equip your district with technology-rich resources that will ignite students and motivate them to pursue high-need, high-wage career pathways. By integrating work-based learning projects, students will obtain skills to set them up for success in pursuing these high-demand careers. Join us to explore and engage in STEM and coding activities that will help launch this learning.


For questions about the summit, please contact Wendy Peel at wpeel@ti.com or 214.405.2779.

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