T3 Australia Team

Daisy Patsias

T3 Australia Manager

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T3 Instructors

Introducing our accredited instructors.

Rodney Anderson (QLD)

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.  Contact Rodney

John Bament (NT)

John is a technology fanatic! In the calculator world he is bilingual, meaning he is very comfortable working with the TI-Nspire and TI-84. Of course his skills don’t stop there; he has a wealth of mathematical problems and activities that bring both these platforms to life. John has presented at conferences around Australia and at T-Cubed International (USA & Europe). Hobbies: John is from the NT and loves wrestling crocodiles! Contact John

Craig Browne (VIC)

Craig has been teaching for 26 years. In that time he has taught all year levels which includes Further Mathematics, Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics at Year 12 level. He has used TI technology all of his teaching career. Craig has been active in offering PD to teachers in the schools that he taught at, as well as at other schools and has presented at the Tcubed international conference. Craig is keen in helping colleagues getting the best use out of the technology when teaching Mathematics. Contact Craig

Stephen Crouch (VIC)

Stephen studied Mathematics, Physics and Astrophysics at Monash University. He currently teaches Years 11 and 12 Specialist Mathematics and Mathematical Methods at Frankston High School. Stephen has also contributed to designing Written Examinations for Specialist Mathematics Units 1 and 2. He is a passionate user of TI technology, both as a student and teacher, and has presented at conferences such as LEC. Contact Stephen

Hayley Dureau (VIC)

Hayley is currently a Mathematics Teacher and Leading Teacher – Head of Student Voice at Mount Waverley Secondary College in Melbourne, Victoria.  Hayley was awarded the CHOOSEMATHS Outstanding Secondary Teacher Award in 2018 by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute.  In 2017 she was awarded the 2017 George Alexander Foundation Fellowship, allowing Hayley to undertake applied research in the area of Student Voice and STEM Education in Denmark in 2018.  In 2016 she received the Victorian Department of Education and Training Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year award, allowing her to undertake further studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (The Art of Leadership: Improving Schools).  Hayley was a 2016 ACEL New Voice in Educational Leadership Scholar, and In 2015 she was awarded the VicSRC Teacher Advisor Award.  Hayley is currently studying a Masters of Instructional Leadership at the University of Melbourne, and is a member of the Department of Education and Training’s Education State Guiding Coalition.  Hayley has shared her work in Student Voice with educators in Australia, and world wide. She presented at the Canterbury West Coast Principal’s Association conference in February 2018, and in the USA at the University of Vermont International Seminar for Amplifying Student Voice in 2017.  As a senior Mathematics teacher, Hayley has presented to pre-service Mathematics teachers at the University of Melbourne and Deakin University and, as a Texas Instruments Teacher Trainer, Hayley has presented to Maths educators at various Mathematics conferences across Australia. Contact Hayley

Peter Flynn (VIC)

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. Contact Peter

Peter Fox (VIC)

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. Contact Peter

Tim Grabvoszky (TAS)

Tim is currently a Mathematics teacher at The Hutchins School in Hobart, Tasmania. He has previously held positions of Head of Mathematics at the Hutchins School and also at Canberra Grammar School in the ACT. He has been teaching Mathematics for over 20 years and has taught in a number of Australian States and Territories. Tim incorporates technology into his daily teaching and is a passionate educator who likes to see mathematics come alive. Contact Tim

Isabelle Hoadley (NT)

Isabelle is an enthusiastic teacher of Mathematics in Darwin and has previously worked in schools in South Australia. She is passionate about finding new and interesting ways in which the TI-84+CE can be used to enhance students understanding of Mathematics, particularly within the senior SACE curriculum. Isabelle also has a keen interest in STEM education and applying TI technology to create physical solutions to engaging problems. Isabelle has been a T3 instructor for the past two years and in 2014 was the top graduate from the University of Adelaide’s School of Education. Contact Isabelle

Melissa Hourigan (QLD)

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 non-CAS and TI-Nspire Navigator to enhance my mathematics teaching while investigating ways to apply the flipped classroom pedagogy to my classroom. Contact Melissa

Chris Ireson (VIC)

Chris has been teaching Mathematics at Melbourne High School for over 30 years. In his current role, he is passionate about trying to get boys excited about learning how to use their TI-nspire CAS CX Calculator efficiently and effectively, beginning in Year 10 and culminating in Year 12 with their final examinations. To achieve this, he has written instructional material, projects and recorded videos on using the CAS Calculator. He has presented at LEC Days, the MAV Annual Conference and the T3 International Conference. Contact Chris

Joanna Kyprianou (NSW)

Joanna is an experienced Mathematics Teacher and Accreditation Leader at Monte Sant’ Angelo Mercy College in Sydney, Australia. She has been teaching mathematics for 13 years. During this time she has taught all levels of the NSW HSC courses, including Extension 2 Mathematics, and has also taught the International Baccalaureate Mathematics courses; Mathematics Higher Level, Mathematics Standard Level and Mathematical Studies Standard Level. While teaching these IB courses, she began using the TI-Nspire Graphics Calculator along with the rest of the IB staff and students at the College. Joanna became the go to person when staff or students needed support with the calculator. In order to best support everyone, Joanna wrote an iBook on using the TI-Nspire across all IB subjects, over the course of 3 years. This iBook is available on the iBooks Store and has sold copies in the United States, Australia, and across Europe, assisting IB students and teachers on a global scale. Joanna is a dedicated educator with a strong desire to support her students and colleagues. This is demonstrated by her winning the Outstanding Supervising Teacher Award from UNSW in 2017, and successfully mentoring colleagues in completing their Proficient and Experienced Teacher Accreditation. Contact Joanna

Brian Lannen (VIC & NSW)

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. Contact Brian

Jim Lowe (QLD)

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. Contact Jim

Sanjeev Meston (VIC)

Sanjeev is an internationally experienced Mathematics, Physics and STEM educator. In his 34 years of teaching, he has participated and presented at several Mathematics and Science International and National conferences. Sanjeev also is a STEM resource developer. He has held several positions of responsibility as an Educator like Head of Curriculum, Head of Learning and Teaching, Head of Mathematics and Science faculties. He currently is rendering his services to Flinders Christian Community College. Sanjeev has experience in teaching the VCE (Specialist, Methods & Further and Physics courses) IB, HSC, IGCSE and Indian Curriculum. Contact Sanjeev

James Mott

James is the current Head of Mathematics at Suzanne Cory High School. He is interested in how TI-nspire CAS technology can be utilised by teachers to enhance students’ understanding of mathematical concepts. James is passionate about developing the TI-nspire CAS skills of teachers and students in order to create customized resources; whether that be visual teaching aids or assessment-based files to improve efficiency and accuracy with solutions. He has written instructional material for his students, and has presented at the MAV Annual Conference. Contact James

Frank Moya (VIC)

Frank has taught secondary school mathematics for over 30 years; more recently, he has worked as a mathematics consultant and is involved in teacher support and curriculum development. Frank has also been a TI technology trainer with T3-Australia for more than a decade, and been a presenter at many national and international conferences. A key area of interest for Frank is the use of rich tasks and investigative approaches to promote deeper conceptual learning of mathematics, including the use TI-Nspire CAS technology to support these approaches. Contact Frank

Karleigh Nicholls (QLD)

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. Contact Karleigh