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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What was the most valuable part of this workshop?
This was a great opportunity to learn from my peers.
Most valuable part of this workshop is the ability to network and share ideas.
Stories from other institutions were and excellent opportunity to take ideas to implement new projects.
The ability to talk through our student project ideas with colleagues and trainers.
Learning about different solutions to problems, how we can adapt the kits to address them
The opportunity to learn from other participants experiences and projects.
The opportunity to hear from other programs and how they have implemented t3 alliance.
Very helpful to hear about everybody's project ideas.
It was also great networking and gaining so many new ideas from colleagues.
Teaching Through Technology
Upcoming T³ Alliance Instructor Trainings
T3 Webinar 6 – 3D Printing
4/28/2020 at 12:00 noon (Alaska time)
This session covers examples of 3D printed models from Thingiverse, understanding printing characteristics, such as adding a support structure/adhesion layer, and a quick discussion about printing PPE equipment.
T3 C3 HOSTS: Daryl Albano, Neil Perez Plaza
T3 Webinar 7 – TRIO Summer Program Prep
4/30/2020 at 9:00 am (Alaska time)
Description: In this session, Upward Bound and Talent Search directors will be sharing their plans for a summer program; what is working, what they are doing for remote teaching, tips and tricks they have learned. Participants will be involved in discussions to see how we can help each other meet the needs of our students.
T3 C3 HOSTS: Daryl Albano, Neil Perez Plaza, Jasmine Johnson, Corey Simpson, Adam Low
Access the Curriculum
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.
Autonomous aerial, land or sea (drone, robot or gliding submergible) vehicle technologies used in combination as remote sensing and robotic platforms.