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2014 T3™ International Conference

T3 International Conference

  • March 7-9, 2014
  • Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino Las Vegas®, Las Vegas Nevada

Science and math educators from around the world will connect at the 2014 T3™ International Conference presented by Texas Instruments and the energy, know-how and materials they take back to their schools will ignite exceptional learning environments in their classrooms.

Presented by teachers, for teachers, the 2014 Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T³) International Conference is the No. 1 professional development event devoted exclusively to improving student achievement through the effective use of TI education technology in middle grades and high school science and math classrooms, and at the college and university levels.

Choose from hundreds of sessions

Subject-specific sessions will provide fresh, new ideas and proven strategies for successful, effective use of TI technology. Hands-on, interactive workshops and special break-outs — including discussions exclusively for administrators — will provide in-depth exploration of:

  • Energizing inquiry-based learning and in-depth discussion of Next Generation Science Standards and connecting math and science
  • Utilizing TI-Nspire™ technology as a classroom, lab and field solution for science
  • Exploring the capabilities of the TI-84 Plus graphing calculator family to enhance students’ critical thinking and extend lessons into real-world connections
  • Using TI technology and lessons to successfully implement the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Mathematical Practices
  • Maximizing TI technology for teaching, formative assessment and differentiated instruction
  • Increasing student engagement in Math Practices and modeling with multiple representations

This event is MUST ATTEND for:

  • Middle Grades and High School Science Educators interested in learning practical applications of TI technology and data collection in the science classroom
  • Science Department Chairs and District Facilitators looking ahead to Next Generation Science Standards and exploring resources and technology that develop stronger connections between science and math to improve STEM education
  • Principals and Assistant Principals interested in instructional strategies for maximizing technology investments for formative assessment, gauging student understanding, and improving student learning
  • Middle Grades and High School Math Educators implementing CCSS and Mathematical Practices
  • Math Department Chairs, District Facilitators, and Academic Coaches focused on improving teacher content knowledge and pedagogical methods for CCSS implementation
  • Curriculum Coordinators looking for resources that align with CCSS and state standards by appropriately integrating the use of technology to engage students in math and science concepts

For more information or to register for this event visit

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