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Tuesday, February 28 • 8:30am - 3:30pm
So you’ve got a 3D Printer… NOW what?

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Most people have seen or heard about what 3D printers can do, but still don't know how to effectively use them in a normal classroom. Teachers can, with just a little preparation and a 3D printer, bring meaning, tactile learning, and visualization to both simple and complex problems.

In this session, participants will act first as a student taking part in the classroom experience, then learn how to design and teach lessons using 3D printers. All lessons are aligned with Common Core Standards, and feature real school success stories.

This session is intended to help teachers, tech coordinators, and 3D printing experts take the classroom experience to the next level. Participants will find it helpful to have experience working with 3D printers, but it’s not required to take part in the session.


Pete Dulany

After spending ten years as a high school math and technology teacher in the suburbs of Chicago, Pete Dulany has spent the last five years helping schools across the country reach their technology goals and reach their fullest potential. | Pete is an adjunct faculty member at Concordia University Chicago, a Google Certified Trainer, and the president and founder of Dulany Consulting, Inc. With a staff of six teacher consultants, Dulany... Read More →

Tuesday February 28, 2017 8:30am - 3:30pm

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