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Saturday, May 6 • 10:00am - 10:30am
Design Process: 3D Printing for the Community FULL

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The culminating unit in a 3 week Interim term course was focused on high school students designing useful objects for members of the school community - (e.g., laptop charging stations, displays for the school archives, headphone cable management for lower school students). These students were asked to utilize a design cycle that included planning and measuring, making an educated prototype, gathering end user feedback, and iterating towards creating a final finished product

In this session, we will conduct a post-mortem of this unit. I will discuss what worked, what didn't, and what I would change and iterate the next time I teach this unit. Participants will model the design process as we review and revise this activity so that each attendee can take home a second-generation lesson.

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Harlan Howe

Presenter, The Kinkaid School
Harlan Howe is a computer science teacher and Upper School technology coordinator at the Kinkaid School in Houston, TX. This is his 23rd year teaching. His first classroom 3d printer was the Makerbot Cupcake CNC, from 2009.


Saturday May 6, 2017 10:00am - 10:30am
Ballroom D