Teaching S.T.E.A.M. in 3D
3D Printers are desktop manufacturing machines that “print” physical objects out of plastic and other materials.
This 15 hour course will provide teachers of all grade levels and subjects with an introductory hands-on experience so that they can weave digital 3D designing and 3D printing into their respective curricula.
This introductory course will enable participants:
To understand the S.T.E.A.M. applications of 3D Design and Printing
To address NGSS and Common Core standards, as well as interdisciplinary applications that will
create a lot of “buzz” and excitement back in school in September
To be granted full access to our digital library of resources
To be awarded with a certificate of completion with 1⁄2 in-service credit signed by both Creative 3D
Printing Inc. and the Cradle of Aviation Museum
To receive a voucher worth $350.00 toward free training if the school (or the participant) purchases
3D Printers or 3D Scanners from Creative 3D Printing Inc.
Participants are required to bring their own laptop (with wireless capability) to this class with an email address for website registration purposes. A tablet or smartphone is optional.
A minimum of 10 participants are required to run the class and will cap at 25. Group discounts are available.
The cost of this class is $750.00, which covers all material expenses and 3D creations. The class will run the week of August 11th – 15th (Monday to Friday) from 9:00am to 12:00 noon at the Cradle of Aviation.
For registration, please call Pete at 516-314-6101 or Jon at 718-300-3342 to secure a seat today!
If phones are busy, please leave a message and one of us will get back to you as soon as possible.
For more details please contact Creative 3D Printing: Tel: 516-314-6101 or visit us at www.3dprintingedu.com and click on “ABOUT US” for more information.
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