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Thursday, March 2 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Enhancing NGSS with 3D Printing

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Let’s take science instruction to the next level with 3D printing. We will share ways to infuse 3D printing into our 6th-8th grade science classes to increase the depths of learning aligned to NGSS. We’ll take you on the technological journey where our 7th graders are designing seeds and 8th graders are designing turbine blade prototypes using 123Design on their iPads. We’ll walk you through the process of helping students to print, test, modify, and re-print their designs. We’ll discuss how students analyzed the various aspects of their designs, creating the most effective prototypes based on the criteria and constraints. Leave with strategies to increase student engagement through the implementation of real-world tasks via the 3D printer.

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Michelle Garlick

Michelle currently works as a Science Instructional Coach in Blue Ribbon Award winning Kildeer District 96 which has recently been named an Apple Distinguished School. In her role, she has supported the implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards K-8. She is committed to improving student learning through STEM exploration. For the past 9 years, she has served on the Teacher Advisory Board for the NEED Project.


Thursday March 2, 2017 11:15am - 12:15pm
Salon VB