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Educational Duct Tape


Oct 30, 2019

#EduDuctTape S02-E030

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  • Today’s Guest:  David Ternent
    • Dave is a 7th grade STEM Teacher in the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District in Ohio. He has taught various Science classes at the MS & HS levels. He was selected to participate in NASA's Space Academy for Educators. He has been awarded grants from the GAR Foundation for 3D printing and Virtual Reality (VR). Most recently, he was selected to participate in the Fulbright Japan ICT Teacher Exchange in HI (fulbright.jp/eng/jusec/index.html)
    • Contact Info: email: st_ternent_1@smfcsd.org; Twitter: @dave_ternent
  • Which of the following would be less torturous? 
    • Wear someone else's underwear or use someone else's toothbrush?
    • Have an embarrassing message pop up on your computer screen during a presentation to the staff or students?
  • Question #1: How can students create prototypes of designs to show comprehension of class content?
    • TinkerCAD - web-based, any device, free, elementary and up, made by AutoDesk, great for younger students (probably 3rd grade up) - tinkercad.com
    • OnShape - web-based, cloud-based, any device, free accounts for educators, middle school and up - onshape.com
      • Use metric measurements to work effectively with a 3D printer
      • Has a learning center tutorial and great instructional materials available
      • Fundamentals of CAD course - recommends doing the first 3 levels, which will take about 3-4 weeks of ~45 minute class periods
      • Can model with different materials and determine mass, volume, density, etc.
    • SolidWorks - PC only (we confirmed after recording), software, paid, but has an educational price, high school and up, possibly some middle schoolers. - solidworks.com
      • More time consuming to learn
      • Can model with different materials and determine mass, volume, density, etc.
    • AutoDesk Inventor - software, PC only, free for students, high school and up, possibly some middle schoolers - autodesk.com/products/inventor/overview
      • Can model with different materials and determine mass, volume, density, etc.
    • Trimble SketchUp - intermediate grades (4th grade) up, web-based or software, free or paid, not great for 3D printing - sketchup.com/products/sketchup-for-schools
      • 3D Model Warehouse contains historical and geographically relevant items & locations like the Globe Theater
      • Students can make historically or geographically relevant locations or architecture like medieval castles
      • Everything to scale
    • AutoDesk Fusion 360 - simpler than Inventor, hybrid web-based/software, middle school and up, free with school email addresses - autodesk.com/products/fusion-360/overview
    • Use 3D models in simulations, like rockets in simulators
  • Question #2: How can students represent content-related locations?
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