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Registration Deadline: Welcome to Programming and 3D Printing for Grades 5-8

Adafruit CPX and 3D Design and Printing

The virtual workshop will give students a first look at the fundamentals and applications of computer science, programming, computer-aided design (CAD), and 3D printing technology through interactive, hands-on activities. Every accepted student will be provided and permitted to keep a Circuit Playground Express microcontroller at no cost. Additionally, students without home computer and/or internet access will be loaned equipment during the program…

Robotics Team Students Attend 3D Printing Workshop

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Students from Jefferson Middle School’s robotics teams visited MSU St. Andrews to hone their engineering skills for future competitions.

Basic 3D Printing for Teachers

Three women working on project on laptop

Sorry, this event is now full, but we’ve added another session on March 21. Give your students the advantages of 21st century visual aids and make your classes in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics come alive! In this full-day workshop, you will gain experience with 3D printing, including: • the basic mechanics of 3D printers • how to set up a 3D…

3D Printing Workshop for Home Schooled Students

Group of students working in 3D printing lab

In this full-day workshop, students will gain experience with 3D printing, including: • the basic mechanics of 3D printers • how to set up a 3D printer • how to make simple objects using computer-aided design (CAD) software • how to safely print 3D objects Instructors: Robert Bubeck, PhD and Tracy Zhang, PhD. This is a special group event. Please contact us…

Advanced 3D Printing Workshop for Teachers

Teachers using 3D printers in a workshop setting

Join us for a fun, educational day! Cost: complimentary, including lunch This workshop will explore applications of 3D printing in different K-12 curricular areas.  The creation of 3D objects with included openings or cavities can assist students in visualization, planning and technological understanding.  Standards-oriented examples to be explored may be taken from: Geometry Chemistry Mathematics Geography Physics Elementary mechanics Prior familiarity with…

Girls’ STEM Club Goes 3D

Middle school girls and their teacher in a computer lab using 3D printers

Students gain hands-on exposure to design engineering and materials science.