Education Technology

Make an impact on student learning with free
professional development for teachers

Connect with us online for 2023 Virtual T³IC, Sept. 30. We’re celebrating 35 years of helping educators make a lasting impact on student success in math, science and STEM.

Join colleagues and guest speakers for a full day of professional development for teachers, exchanging new ideas and insights to enhance teaching and learning.

What’s on the agenda

Experience a one-day virtual conference with a series of interactive live sessions for educators in math, science and STEM. Learn about strategies and skills for utilizing TI technology, classroom-ready resources for teachers, engaging activities for students, and more.

The conference sessions cover a wide range of topics, including:

  • Effective teaching strategies
  • Test preparation
  • Coding
  • Modeling
  • Data collection and analysis
  • Financial literacy
Photo of Paul Gray, NCSM President


“Powerful Learning Is Relevant Learning”

Paul Gray, Ed.D.
President, NCSM

Paul Gray is the President of NCSM and Chief Curriculum Officer for Cosenza & Associates, LLC. With over 27 years of experience in public education, Gray has taught math, science and mathematics teaching methods. He serves on the boards of directors for several professional organizations, and he has authored multiple instructional materials for K–12 mathematics.

T³™ Community — 35 years of impact

For 35 years, Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T³) professional development has empowered educators to make a lasting impact on student success by exploring new ways to enhance teaching and learning in math, science and STEM using TI technology.

Watch the video highlighting 35 years of T³ impact.

Free registration

You are invited to experience the virtual conference with complimentary registration in honor of the 35th anniversary of T³IC. Sign up now

Certificate of Attendance

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