3D Printing for the Bioscience Classroom

June 29 - July 1, 2020 - Milwaukee, WI
Course Directors: Mark Hoelzer, Mike Warden and Tim Herman

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Course Description

Advances in 3D Printing technology have made these amazing machines affordable for high school technology/science/engineering departments. But how do you get started? What can they do? How do they work? And what types of educational activities benefit the most from access to 3D printing technology?

All these questions and more will be covered in this intensive three day workshop, designed to get your students building unique and personalized physical models of proteins and other molecular structures!

The CBM has long been a leader in using 3D printing technology to create meaningful educational experiences for science and STEM education. With this new workshop, the ability to create customized physical models of molecular structures becomes directly available to you. . . and, more importantly, to your students!

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Application Information

A $450 workshop fee covers the cost of:

For an additional fee, we will arrange for on-campus housing in our Grohmann Tower Apartments. Double occupancy rate is $200 for four evenings; Single occupancy rate is $350 for four evenings.

A very limited number of scholarships are available for those with identified need. Applications for scholarships are available on request. Contact Tim Herman at herman@msoe.edu for more information.

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A Community of Professional Educators

Teachers in this program will be encouraged to become active participants in a professional community of educators - committed to documenting the impact of their classroom innovations on student learning, and to sharing the results of that education research with others.

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Course materials will be explicitly related to current Next Gen Science Standards, with a special emphasis on modeling - both as an authentic practice of science and as an important facilitator of student learning.

For more information, or questions, contact:

Mark Hoelzer

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