Session: Incorporating 3D Printing and Design in Your Curriculum Right Now

Incorporating 3D Printing and Design in Your Curriculum Right Now!

The rocket that clears the meter mark with the greatest rocket-to-baking soda mass ratio is the winner! You can use this activity in your classroom to engage students in basic engineering and experimental design procedureLearn how to bring the 21st century skills of CAD and 3D printing to your classroom! In this session, you will learn how to design and then 3D print instructional models of complex molecules such as organic compounds, drugs, and proteins. You will also learn how to facilitate students designing and printing their own models to enhance student understanding of a variety of topics. This is a great opportunity to learn how to successfully integrate computer assisted design and additive manufacturing into your curricula.

Presenter: John Cabey, Lincoln Park High School

 

Student Level: High School, Middle School

Subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Forensics, Biotech, General Science

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