What's Happening at TRITEC?

2010

  • TRITEC recieves 3-year Massachusetts Mathematics and Science Partnership Program (MMSP) Grant
    In September, TRITEC was announced as a winner of a 3-year MMSP grant for their project "Collaborating to Create a Science Learning Community. This project will offer professional development to selected science teachers in the participating school districts. The aim of the project is to assist teachers, and ultimately their students, in better understanding scientific concepts using an inquiry-based approach that guides students in active science learning. To learn more about the project, see our MMSP Science Grant page.

2009

  • MassCUE's 2009 Technology Conference - Thursday, October 29, 2009
    TRITEC's Molly Laden and Robert Simpson presented a workshop called Digitizing American History. This workshop explained TRITEC's Teaching American History Grant project in which primary source content was merged into the American history curriculum using an effective technology-driven pedagogy to maximize student learning. Visit the MassCUE web site for more information about the workshop and MassCUE's Technology Conference.
  • TRITEC in partnership with Suffolk University's history department received funding for a new Teaching American History Grant, Becoming America- The Defining Role of Immigration and completed a summer institute for teachers August 17-21, 2009. View the Becoming America wiki.
  • TRITEC held it's third annual Voices Rising year-end exhibition of teacher-created American history projects, developed through the federal Teaching American History grant program, in the Abbey Room of the McKim Building at the Boston Public Library on May 19, 2009.

2008

  • Voices Rising project directors, Elizabeth Tousignant, Robert Simpson, and Dianne Stratton, presented “Digital Investigators: Using Digitized Media for Project-Based Learning,” at the International Society for Technology in Education's (ISTE) annual National Educational Computing Conference in San Antonio, TX from June 29-July 2, 2008.


  • TRITEC held its Voices Rising year-end exhibition of teacher-created American history projects, developed through the federal Teaching American History grant program, in the Abbey Room of the McKim Building at the Boston Public Library on May 20, 2008.

  • The George Lucas Educational Foundation, one of the preeminent non-profit educational organizations in the U.S., came to the Ferryway School in Malden this April to highlight in film the work of the school in its implementation of the Saugus Iron Works and Biome Breakthrough PBUs.
    For further information, click here.

  • 2007

  • For additional information about Voices Rising, visit the project website; view the news and updates weblog for project updates, news, and events.

  • 2006

  • Click here to view Creating, Implementing, and Sustaining a Systemic Curriculum/Technology Integration Model which was presented by Dr. Cynthia Fiducia, TRITEC, Dr. Elizabeth Keroack and Mr. Robert Simpson, Malden Public Schools, at the 2006 ASCD conference in Chicago, Illinois.