This session will demonstrate to participants how use of 3D printing can help teachers augment their lessons, develop higher order thinking and research, and give students exposure to 21st century technology. School librarian Harry Ostlund and social studies specialist Ryan Fontanella will share how their campus/district worked to create “archival boxes” - boxes of premade lessons incorporating various elements of the library’s digital and print resources available for checkout by teachers for use in the classroom.
Teacher/Librarian collaboration best practices
Creative and engaging use of Makerspaces found in most libraries
Modeling of excellent integration of 3D printing and pedagogy
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3/12/19 12:52 pm
This was a great session! Is there a way to contact these gentlemen. I was looking for an email or contact information. I have a follow up question about some of the technology they were using. Thank you in advance.
3/20/19 3:01 pm
Hey Nadia, If anyone would like to get in touch with us the best way is email. Mine is Harry.Ostlund@nisd.net and the Social Studies IST who presented with me is Ryan Fontanella firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope you enjoyed the session!