An Introduction to the ARRL Teacher’s Institute on Wireless Technology. Part of ARRL’s educational outreach to schools through our Education & Technology Program, The “TI” an expenses-paid professional development seminar, in locations through the U.S.
The Teachers Institute has provided teachers at all grade levels with tools and strategies to introduce basic electronics, the science of radio, space technology and satellite communications, as well as weather science, introduction to micro-controllers and basic robotics in their classrooms.
The curriculum is designed for motivated teachers and other school staff who want to learn more about wireless technology and bring that knowledge to their students.
Visit http://www.arrl.org/ti for more information and enrollment instructions.
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