• Who is T³

Who is T-Cubed?

The people below can either help you directly or put you in touch with others who can.  There is an extensive network of T3 trainers across the UK and Ireland.

Ian Galloway is a past chair of the Association for Science Education and has been a science department head for 20 of his 30 years in schoolsMost recently he has been a Director in the Science Learning Centre Network and was the Programme Tutor for the science PGCE in the University of Southampton.  Ian has published extensively on the use of handheld technology for data collection and runs his own consultancy on professional development in physics education, Copernican Revolutions.  T3 has taken him to the States, India, Saudi Arabia and many countries across Europe where he has delivered training and led educational projects.

 Nevil Hopley is Head of Mathematics at George Watson’s College, Edinburgh, Scotland. He has taught in secondary schools in both England and Scotland since 1993, delivering GCSE, A-Level, Scottish Standard Grade, Scottish Higher, Scottish Advanced Higher and International Baccalaureate courses.  Nevil has worked closely with Texas Instruments since 2000, piloting both TI-84 and TI-Nspire networking Software and Hardware. In addition to training Scottish, English and Irish Maths teachers in the effective use of using handheld technology in their classrooms, he has also presented multiple sessions at Texas Instruments’ International and UK Conferences since 2006.


Peter Ransom is a past President of The Mathematical Association, a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications  and a global freelance mathematics educator. He has been involved with TI since 1993 when he was writing teaching materials that involved graphing calculators. As a T3 trainer he has worked with many groups of mathematics teachers over the years and in the last few years has been invited to work with many PGCE cohorts. He works with Bath Spa University’s School of Education PGCE on Secondary Mathematics and Secondary Physics with Mathematics courses and works with NQTs for The Prince’s Teaching Institute.