3D Printing Does Not Have to be Hard or Expensive - Exploratorium
Friday, March 6 10:30 am–12:20 pm
Exhibit Hall - Table 8
In this session, you will have the opportunity for hands-on experience with a simple, easy to use 3D printer, the M3D.
This session will give you a chance to spend time with the printers, to ask questions, create a simple print, as well as a chance to have conversations exploring how you could use 3D printers in your own classroom. Previous experience is not necessary.
|Type:||Tech Savvy Exploratorium|
|Focus Area:||CTE, Makerspace, Special Ed, STEM/STEAM, Teacher Librarian, Other|
|Skill Level:||All levels|
Sandy Gady, Highline School District
I am in my 27th year of teaching and have my National Board Certification in EA Science. Currently I teach Design and Engineering and Ontroduction to Engineering g 7th and 8th graders at Pacific Middle School in the Highline School District. Several years ago, I won the Highline Schools Foundation $10,000 Impact Grant which focused on bringing the Maker world to Pacific's five feeder schools. One of the sources of pride for our school and district is the fact we have won the Future City Regional Competition three years and represented Washington State in Washington DC. We were ranked 10th Nationally.
Elizabeth Nelson, Highline School District
Elizabeth is a talented CTE teacher that opens many doors for students. She has been in education for many years and is well versed in technology and its implementation in classrooms.