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Saturday, May 6 • 9:30am - 10:00am
From Crash Tests to Martian Habs: 3D Printing in Middle and High School FULL

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3D design and printing help bring problem solving, spatial reasoning, art, and engineering to middle and high school classrooms. Come see some of the projects and challenges my students have engaged with. They have engineered, tested, and iterated crumple zones for CO2-powered cars, they have devised Martian colony habitats, and they have made stands to display their lithophane images. These experiences give them the message that they are problem-solvers and makers who can impact the world around them. Get a preview of the crumple zone crash test car here: https://goo.gl/HizG0d

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Rob Morrill

Presenter, St. Matthew's Episcopal Day School
Rob Morrill has been an educator with an ed-tech emphasis for twenty years. He currently runs a maker lab curriculum for 1-8th grade students. His program covers all kinds of making skills, from fabric arts to coding to 3D printing.

Saturday May 6, 2017 9:30am - 10:00am
Ballroom E