Join Adam and Mel from the stem.T4L team in this NESA registered session RG06699 as they introduce you to 3D design and printing. Find out ways in which students can use software including Tinkercad to engage with design thinking, computational thinking, STEM concepts and 3D printing technology.
This course is open to those who have booked the 3D printing kit, those who are interested in 3D printing, or those who are thinking about booking the kit for their school.
The session will unveil:
the technology, the connections and how to make it work
the stem.T4L Learning Library and its curriculum connected resources
ongoing support available to schools through the stem.T4L project
The session will also connect you to a community and help you to experience and embed STEM Technologies into your teaching and learning practice.
The course addresses the following Teaching Standard for teacher identified professional learning:
6.2 Engage in professional learning and improve practice. Participate in learning to update knowledge and practice, targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities.