Learn.Energise.Connect Brisbane 2019

Friday, 29 November 2019, 8:30 AM - 3:45 PM [EAST]

200, Creek Street, Brisbane City, QLD, 4000, Australia




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Friday, 29 November 2019, 8:30 AM - 3:45 PM [EAST]

About the Event

Learn. Energise. Connect.




Venue: Novotel Brisbane, 200 Creek Street, Brisbane


Date: Friday 29th November 2019 - 8:30am - 3:45pm


Come along to a full day of workshops focusing on Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics courses, including PSMT and Exam preparation!

16 Workshops available: See full list at http://www.bit.ly/LECBris19



Certificate of Participation will be provided.


Catering will be provided, Halal, Vegan & Gluten Free options will be available.


Please contact pdrego@list.ti.com or call 1300 138 140 for further information.

Cancellation policy

Please email pdrego@list.ti.com or call Amy on 1300 138 140 if you need to cancel. 

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About the Organizer

In addition to breakthrough classroom technology, TI also provides professional development for teachers as well as free activities and curriculum content.


Event Speakers

Rodney Anderson
Moreton Bay College

Rodney is a senior Mathematics teacher at Moreton Bay College. He has been teaching with TI calculators and TI computer software from the TI-81 through to the TI-Nspire. He is passionate about using TI technology to collect and analyse data to enhance student understanding of STEM in the classroom. Rodney shares his experience through presenting at conferences around Australia and at T3 International conferences.

Stephen Broderick
St Ursula’s College

Stephen Broderick has been teaching at St Ursula’s College Toowoomba for over 30 years and during that period of time he was the Mathematics Coordinator for 22 years. He is keen to promote professional development of teachers through the Toowoomba and District Mathematics Teachers Association and supports student enrichment activities in the Darling Downs region. He is also interested in Astronomy and is an advocate of STEM, integrating science and mathematics concepts through the use of TI-technology in the classroom where possible. He has recently introduced a newsletter promoting maths and science to the students of St Ursula’s College.

Curtis Brown
Texas Instruments USA

Curtis Brown currently works as a Math Specialist at Texas Instruments Inc. He taught mathematics and AP® Statistics for several years and then joined the National Math and Science Initiative as a Statistics Specialist. Since starting at TI in 2015 he has led many content development projects including the Math In Motion series. Not a computer programmer by training, he has found a love for coding in TI-Basic, particularly for the purpose of teaching mathematics. In his spare time he enjoys kayaking and fishing with his sons and spending time with his family.

Shelley Cross
St Hilda's College

Mathematics teacher, technology enthusiast and conference presenter! Passionate about using technology to unlock student understanding of maths!

Peter Flynn
T3 Trainer/Mentor

Peter is an Educational Technology Consultant with Texas Instruments Australia. He has been a mathematics education teacher for over 20 years and has a keen interest in the effects of CAS on teaching, learning and assessment. Peter generously shares his experience via mentoring and conference presentations both locally and internationally.

Peter Fox
TI Australia

Peter works with Texas Instruments providing training for teachers, producing educational content and supporting product development. He has taught High School mathematics and physics for more than 25 years. Peter is passionate about the appropriate use of CAS technology and has supported programs in Australia and New Zealand.

Melissa Hourigan
Murrumba State Secondary College

I am a Mathematics teacher at Murrumba State Secondary College, Queensland. I began teaching in 1995 at Longreach SHS where I first used a TI-82 and TI-83 graphics calculator for teaching in my senior Mathematics classes. After transferring to Redcliffe SHS in Brisbane I was given more opportunities to use the TI-83 and TI84 graphics calculators, as well as trialling the TI-84 Navigator system. I have continued to use a range of TI calculators in both my junior and senior mathematics classes. Currently, I use TI-Nspire and TI-Nspire Navigator to enhance my mathematics teaching while investigating ways to apply the flipped classroom pedagogy to my classroom.

Brian Lannen
T3 Instructor/Mentor

Brian has been teaching for over 30 years in Victoria and NSW. He has taught Physics, Maths and Science in schools, university and TAFE colleges, was a curriculum consultant in NSW and New York and has contributed to a range of text book writing projects. He now teaches in the Diploma in Engineering course at Wodonga Institute of TAFE as well as running his own consultancy business, Murray Mathematics Curriculum Services.

Jim Lowe
YuMi Deadly Mathematics Centre QUT

Jim was a Mathematics Head of Department in a high school for twenty seven years. He was keen to incorporate the effective use technology in his mathematics classes during this time. He is active on the executive of the QAMT and regularly presents at mathematics conferences and enjoys using TI technology to collect, analyse and mathematically model real world data. In recent years he has been working at the YuMi Deadly Mathematics Centre at QUT and continues to promote the effective use of technology.

Karleigh NIcholls
St Hilda's School

Karleigh is currently a senior Mathematics Teacher and Head of House at St Hilda’s School on the Gold Coast. She has taught across all year levels and is St Hilda’s foundation Specialist Mathematics teacher. Karleigh has presented at conferences across Australia and has also presented at a T3 International Conference in USA. She is passionate about using technology in the classroom and using this to foster positive relationships between her students and mathematics. Karleigh is an avid supporter of promoting women in STEAM and enjoys giving opportunities to her female students. She enjoys learning and working with people with a positive mindset. Karleigh enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband in her spare time.