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
T3 Alliance Instructor Training January 20-24, 2019 Hawi, HI
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 on the Island of Hawaii where UB students are engaged in local service projects using the T3 Alliance model.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
Jan. 20-24, 2019 • Hawi, Hawaii
Feb. 17-20, 2019 • Las Vegas
March 15-18, 2019 • New Orleans
April 1-3, 2019 • Puerto Rico (*T3 NSF regional meeting)
April 3-6, 2019 • Puerto Rico