NCSS Members Critique TCI Technology

There is perhaps no better place for TCI to get immediate, honest feedback on TeachTCI and LearnTCI, our new technology offerings, than at the annual meeting of the National Council for Social Studies, which this year, was just held in Denver.

Since TCI’s inception in 1989, we’ve presented TCI ideas at NCSS meetings, sessions, lunches, booths,¬†and pre-conference clinics. This year was no exception. NCSS members had nearly a dozen opportunities to experience our “latest and greatest” technology offerings. Here is a smattering of what we heard:

“This new technology will help even more teachers present the TCI Approach. It’s so easy to use.”

“I like the way the presentations are put together as a series of slides that you can use interactive whiteboard tools with.”

“Wow! You’ve come a long since since the days of slide projectors and black and white placards. In fact, now you’ve got technology I’ve never seen anywhere before. But you haven’t lost the good old TCI basics.”

Does your experience with TCI technology mirror these comments? I’d love to hear from you.