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DSC HSU STEM Center: 3D Printing in Education: Operation, Troubleshooting, and Lesson Planning

The STEM Center at Henderson State University is excited to offer this professional development with NWA3D, leaders in school 3D printing technology. This session will be an introduction to 3D printing in the classroom. Participants will leave with their very own printer to take back to their school. We’ll cover how to operate and troubleshoot your new printer and go over 3D printing lesson plans from the PrintLab Portal! Please bring a Windows or Mac laptop with admin privileges to install and operate the software for the printer.

These printers are both affordable and reliable. NWA3D printers come with:

? Unlimited video conference training sessions
? Free lesson plans, with continuous curriculum integration assistance
? Lifetime tech support
? One year, No-Questions-Asked Warranty that covers everything, even user error

Presenter: NWA3D (from Fayetteville)


Important Session Information:

Please contact Michelle Johnson at the HSU STEM Center at johnsotm@hsu.edu if you have any questions about this workshop. Send payment to the HSU STEM Center

Option 1: NWA3D A5 3D Printer (5 x 6 x 4" print area, our most popular printer and great for integrating 3D printing into your curriculum), 3 colors of filament, 3D printing tool kit, and one year access to the Registration for this session has ended

Session ID:
349060
Credits Available:
(6) Hours
Seats Filled:
15 / 20
Fee:
$700.00
Contact Person:
Michelle Johnson
Instructor(s):
Michelle Johnson
DREW WALLIS
Audiences:  3-5, 6-12, Administrators, GT, Technology Coordinator, Federal Coordinators, Curriculum Coordinators, CTE
Date Time Location
7/26/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Dawson Education Service Cooperative - Dawson ESC Administration - HSU - Reddie MakerSpace