Teaching Through Technology (T³) Alliance is an adaptable curriculum with a comprehensive instructor support system that can be widely adapted to increase the STEM interest of high school students.
Pathway to STEM Field Careers
T³ Alliance students’ increase their interest and confidence in pursuing a STEM career by learning and applying their technology knowledge.
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T³ Alliance provides instructors and students online and in-person support to adopt a curriculum detailing the scientific background and hands-on use of Raspberry Pi programmable devices, 3D printing, and autonomous vehicles (air, land, and water).
A small and affordable computer that can be used to learn programming and utilize a variety of sensors, solve problems and have fun.
Designing and developing the three-dimensional digital models to make a physical object for use in rapid prototyping and manufacturing.
Teaching Through Technology
Upcoming T³ Alliance Instructor Trainings
Promote student interest in STEM career fields — infuse your Upward Bound program with high-interest technologies.
The introductory training for new T³ Alliance programs includes: learning to assemble a Raspberry Pi computer with attachable sensors; instruction in programming using NodeRed; understanding and implementing Design Thinking to address community problems; and empowering students to develop a growth mindset. Participants will visit locations where UB students are engaged in local service projects using the T³ Alliance model.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
March 15-18, 2019 • New Orleans
April 3-6, 2019 • Puerto Rico
May 9-11, 2019 • Las Vegas