Linda Antinone is a Texas Instruments Teachers Teaching with Technology (T3) Systemic Coach and T3 National Instructor. She taught Mathematics and Physics including AP Physics and AP Calculus for 34 years before serving as an Albert Einstein Educator Fellow in the U.S. House of Representatives as a legislative advisor. She earned a B.S. in Mathematics and Physics Education and a M.A in Mathematics, both from The Ohio State University. As an urban teacher for more than thirty years, Ms. Antinone encouraged students from all backgrounds to pursue STEM degrees through her mentoring and involvement with physics and coding camps for young women. Ms. Antinone served on writing and leadership teams locally and nationally. She is a co-author of Real-World Math with Vernier and has co-authored or contributed to six other books, six national multi-day workshops and conducted over two thousand hours of professional development for STEM teachers. She is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, the Teachers, Teaching with Technology National Leadership Award, and was the Fort Worth ISD Secondary Teacher of the Year. She is a member of the Board of Governors for the College of Education and Human Ecology Alumni Society at The Ohio State University.
Ms. Antinone is enthusiastic about opening doors to help all students succeed in STEM courses and collaborating with educators to promote inclusive educational strategies that work.