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Registration now open for T3™ 2010 International Conference

22nd annual Texas Instruments teacher conference showcases latest teaching techniques using classroom technology

PRNewswire
Sep 14, 2009

DALLAS, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Educators can now register for the 2010 International Teachers Teaching with Technology™ (T3) conference, which will be held March 5-7, 2010 at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta.

Every year, thousands of teachers from across the United States and around the world gather at the annual T3 International Conference to learn about the latest classroom technology and to share best practices in teaching math and science.

"Teachers know the importance of interactive, hands-on teaching and the effectiveness of real-world scenarios for breaking through to students in learning key concepts," said Werner Garciano, Director, Professional Development for Texas Instruments Education Technology. "The T3 International conference is designed to help teachers make the most of the student learning experience through the effective and appropriate use of technology in the classroom."

For more than 20 years, T3 International and Regional Conference presenters have educated fellow teachers on the most effective ways to engage students in the math and science classroom using technology. Teachers can learn from experienced educators, participate in a variety of hands-on sessions, network with other educators and receive classroom activities and ideas to implement in their own classrooms. They also have a chance to preview the latest classroom technology innovations from Texas instruments.

For more information on the T3 conference series or to register for the event, please visit www.education.ti.com and look for conference updates on our Twitter feed www.twitter.com/TIEdTech.

About Texas Instruments

Education Technology, a business of Texas Instruments, provides a wide range of advanced tools connecting the classroom experience with real-world applications, helping students and teachers to explore math and science interactively. TI's products and services are tested vigorously against recognized third-party research, which shows that the use of graphing calculators helps improve the mathematical skills of students and their attitudes toward mathematics. For more information, visit www.education.ti.com.

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