2016
10 Feb

Scientix Webinar: 3D printing and STEM education

Location: Online

Organizer: Scientix

Type of event: webinar

Target groups: counsellors,  educational authorities,  industry,  policy makers,  researchers,  teachers

Topic: applied sciences,  information and communications technology,  science education

Language of event: English

Register to the webinar here!

The webinar will take place in the Scientix online meeting room on Wednesday 10 February 2016 at 18:00 Central European Time. After registration, you will receive an e-mail with instructions. NB: Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis!

Webinar outline:

3D printing technology recently became available for schools‘ use. It offers several possibilities that can be included in teaching, especially in relation to STEM subjects. The webinar explains the basic functions of this new technology, presents freely available tools that can be used for this purpose, as well as three scenarios in which 3D printing is used in teaching and learning processes. Experiences from projects using 3D printing technology are also shared with the webinar‘s attendees.

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About the presenter:

Gergely Nádori is the Scientix Deputy-Ambassador to Hungary. He participated in a round-table on the use of robots in STEM education at the second Scientix Conference, held in October 2014 in Brussels, Belgium. He has already been the presenter at two other Scientix webinars, on 1:1 programmes and the use of mobile phones on field trips.

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