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Shaping the future

2021 3D Printing in Education Virtual Summit

Watch our virtual summit and hear from our educators (and students) on how they’re using 3D printing to help their students become tomorrow’s innovators.

Shaping the future

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2021 3D Printing in Education Virtual Summit

Watch our virtual summit and hear from our educators (and students) on how they’re using 3D printing to help their students become tomorrow’s innovators.

Thousands of innovators joined this summit.

Session 1

STEM 2021: Remote, Hybrid, or In-Person

Creating accessible learning environments while showcasing what 21st-century teaching and learning should look like in 2021

Speakers:Sharon Clark, STEAM Teacher, WestStar WestTeach; Tim Selgrat, STEAM Teacher, Carleton Washburne School; Brian Soash, Lead Teacher and STEM Program Director at Richmond Hill Middle School
Moderator: Andrea Zermeno, Education Manager, MakerBot

Session 2

Robotics & 3D Printing in STEM Curricula

Exploring new boundaries in teaching and learning.

Speaker: Beverly Owens, 11th Grade Chemistry Teacher, Cleveland Early College High School; Jonathan Benskin
Remarks: Andrea Zermeño, Education Manager, MakerBot

Session 3

The Student Experience: Engaging in Virtual Learning Projects

Hear directly from students on their thoughts on the past year, how they’ve adapted to a hybrid learning setup and how 3D printing and other emerging technologies have allowed them to continue collaborating with classmates and innovating on ideas - even while away from the classroom.

Speaker: James Robertson, Olivia Keable, Mia Antonacci, Jason Romero, Students, Boca Raton High School

Session 4

The STEM Future Is Female

In recent years, we have seen an increase in girls and young women pursuing education and careers across STEM disciplines. However, stereotypes and lack of opportunities can continue to hinder the progress we’ve made. In this session, we’ll hear from organizations on how they are inspiring girls and young women to pursue careers in tech and innovation. 

Speaker: Deena Pierott, Founder & Board Chair, iUrban Teen; Karina Popovich, Head of Education and Policy, Women in 3D Printing, and Founder, Makers for COVID-19; Avni Barman, CEO and Founder, Generation She, and Product Manager, Atlassian; and Andrea Zermeno, Education Manager, MakerBot
Remarks: Sarah Goehrke, Owner, Additive Integrity, and Board of Directors, Women in 3D Printing

Session 5

3D Printing for Research in Higher Education

From the only ISTE-certified 3D printing training program, to 3D printing curriculum development, this session provides attendees with insights and actionable steps on how to successfully integrate 3D printing into the classroom.

Speakers: Paul Iaizzo, PhD, Professor, Visible Heart Laboratory, University of Minnesota; Jesse Roitenberg, Americas Education Manager, Stratasys
Moderator: Dottie Stewart, VP Global Channel Sales, MakerBot

Session 6

What Happens Next: Joining the Workforce

Preparing for the future workforce and the importance of infusing digital skill development throughout the curriculum

Speakers:Karina Popovich, Head of Education and Policy, Wi3DP, Laura Roty, Mechanical Team, Desert WAVE; Bridget Koehl, Mechanical Team Lead of Desert WAVE; Andrea Schoonover, Project Manager, Desert WAVE

Session 7

Ask Me Anything, Virtual Networking Edition

Hosts: Andrea Zermeno, Education Manager, MakerBot, Tim Selgrat, STEAM Teacher, Carleton Washburne School; Brian Soash, Lead Teacher and STEM Program Director at Richmond Hill Middle School

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