Boost your students IT-skills with 3d-printers and digital tools!

 

On August 16, the conference 3dp School will be back for a second year. During a full day, you get practical knowledge about how you can enhance your digital skills with 3d-technology. During the day you’ll get to listen to both experts and teachers who will share their experiences and tips. Learn how a 3d-printer works, how to create digital models, how 3d-printers can boost students’ creativity, how other teachers have done, and get expert tips. In addition, you will be able to test the technology in practice at our exhibition!

HOW IT WORKS

Learn from our invited tech-experts how 3d-printers work and what you can print. See what materials you can use and what programs students can create digital models in.

 LEARN FROM OTHERS
Listen to other teachers experiences in primary and secondary schools within different subjects. We have invited several teachers who will share their knowledge and give you their best tips.

START YOURSELF
The goal of 3dp School 2018 is that you will be able to translate your newfound theoretical skills into practice. You will also receive a 3d-printed prototype to show in the classroom.

                 More info & price

                     

                       Early Bird: 2 495 SEK ex moms

                        Regular price: 3 995 SEK ex moms

                        Go at least 3 people and get 10% off!

Why should I attend 3dp School?

• A full day event with unique knowledge about how 3d-printers and digital tools can boost students’ IT-skills and interest in technology.
• Learn from others – see how teachers work with 3d-printers
• Network with experts and colleagues
• Breakfast, lunch and coffee are included
• Take part of our exhibition with 3d-printers, 3d-scanners, softwares and even more knowledge from the exhibitors.

BOOST YOUT STUDENT IT-SKILLS WITH 3D-PRINTERS AND DIGITAL TOOLS!

 

SPEAKERS


3d-printers and Makerspace at School – The missing puzzle piece


Niclas Ekholm has worked in recent years as an ICT teacher and creator space manager at Glömstaskolan in Huddinge. He is founder and project manager at ICT Lab and promoter of Mobile Makerspace and Makerspace in school and more. Under Niclas Workshop you will find practical examples of how to create more motivational, engaging and future-based education in technology, image, social science, physics, mood and mathematics. With the help of electronics, mechanics, programmable robots, 3D CAD and 3D printers, education increases to an entrepreneurial level where students create a learning with a practical and clear connection to reality and real needs …



How does a 3d-printer work?


Daniel Norée, is a 3d-print expert at Creative Tools, presents various techniques and gives tips on what’s suitable in a classroom. Daniel has been working in Swedish industry for over 20 years, focusing on 3d-printing in the last 10 years. In his role in Creative Tools, he has designed one of the 3d-printed models in the world, the 3D Benchy test model. Daniel is an established and popular designer focusing on customizing details for 3d-printing. In his spare time, he runs several Open Source projects in 3d-printing, which are used in school teaching, primarily in the United Stated. Creative Tools is one of Scandinavia’s leading software and hardware retailers in all types of 3d-technologies. Creative Tools has delivered solutions in visualization and rapid prototyping for over 20 years.



How do you use AR in the classroom?


Maria Muuri from finnish 3DBear talks about how to combine teaching and technology in a creative way and how to use Augmented Reality (AR) in teaching. She shares practical examples and goes through examples for lesson plans. 3DBear in a finnish company that works to integrate 3d modeling, AR and 3d-printers into the classroom. Maria Muuri currently works as a training leader on 3DBear but also has a 20-year background as a teacher at a finnish primary school. 



Design: From idea to print


Fredrik Setterberg is 3d-technician and active in Stockholm with the company Instascan. He has a training in design and a long experience as an IT-technician. When he does not work with models in architecture, he gladly creates CAD models and combines them with a gritty electronics and a tiny programming. He is a diligent user of 3d-printers and a true creator. Fredrik will show different CAD programs that are suitable for high school students and high school students. The lecture will contain practical examples of what to draw and all steps from idea to a printed object. He also provides tips on how to implement 3d with a low budget. 



Use 3d-printer for craftwork in schools


Mikaela Assmundsson is a assistant master at the university HDK, School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, and works as a craft teacher at Myrsjöskolan in Nacka. During 3dp School, Mikaela, in addition to discussing how craftwork in schools has changed and developed, will review what CAD-program she has worked with 3d modeling with the students as well as how and what the students printed, using 3d-printers. In addition, you will get Mikaelas best tips that could  useful for teaching and what the students actually liked about working with 3d-printers.



3d in schools – how and why?


Pernilla Abrahamsson, MA, NO and technology and Teacher, Norrevångskolan, talks with colleague Mia Lägnert about how 3d technology facilitates school for exciting projects and cooperation with business.Their latest project was with Karlshamns city building office, where students have visually created models of real buildings in Karlshamn. Then they printed their models with a 3d-printer. The lecture will be about how 3d-technology is used at the school today, but also how to get 3d into other subjects in the future. Pernilla is working on developing technology education in 8th grade. She has developed an educational planning for 3d-technology in the subject, where all the skills from the curriculum are covered.



3d in schools – how and why?


Mia Lägnert is a social studies teacher at Norrevångsskolan, will speak together with her colleague Pernilla Abrahamsson about how 3d-technology can lead to exciting projects and cooperation with businesses. Their latest project was with Karlshamns city building office, where students have visually created models of real buildings in Karlshamn. Then they printed their models with a 3d-printer. The lecture will be about how 3d-technology is used at the school today, but also how to get 3d into other subjects in the future. Mia is one of the creators of the schools digital profile that she has developed with students from grade 7-9.



Take the reality of the virtual


With a 3d-scanner you can digitize physical objects. It can range from grandma’s summerhouse to an earring. The digital files then continue to work and print in 3d. During 3dp School, Teddy Larsson, who is the head and founder behind Scan 3D Innovation (S3Di) and one of Sweden’s most experienced 3D scanning experts, will review how to use a 3d-scanner, what works in a classroom and give examples of things that can be scanned. Teddy also has background in digital dental technology and CAD, and has also worked with design of medical components.


BOOST YOUT STUDENT IT-SKILLS WITH 3D-PRINTERS AND DIGITAL TOOLS!

 

PROGRAM

08:30

REGISTER

Welcome to 3dp School 2018

Get your name tag and goodiebag and look at some 3d printers and other digital tools before we get started!



09:05

INTRODUCTION

Course in 3d-printing technique

Daniel Norée from Creative Tools speaks about 3dp School through various 3d-printing techniques, how they work and what can fit in a classroom. Speaker: Daniel Norée, Creative Tools.



09:50

KEYNOTE

3d-scanning: bring the reality into the virtual

With a 3D scanner, you can digitize physical objects. It can range from grandma's summer house to an earring. Speaker: Teddy Larsson, s3Di



10:35

PAUS

Coffee

Be sure to test the technology among our exhibitors!



11:00

KEYNOTE

Software and design for 3d-printing

Learn what programs you and your students can use to draw and print in 3d. Learn how to work in the programs and what to draw. Speaker: Fredrik Setterberg, Instascan



11:45

LUNCH



12:45

KEYNOTE

How to combine pedagogy and technology in a creative way - AR in teaching

Maria Muuri from finnish 3DBear talks about how to combine teaching and technology in a creative way and how to use Augmented Reality (AR) in teaching. Speaker: Maria Muuri, 3DBear



13:30

CASE

Craftwork in school – with 3d

Mikaela Assmundsson talks about how craft as a school subject has change over time, how she introduced the 3D technology into her teaching and gives her best tips for successful work with 3d-printers. Speaker: Mikaela Assmundsson, Myrsjöskolan



14:15

CASE

3D in school - how and why?

The new technology has changed and modernized teaching in the subject of technology, where all students today learn to draw in 3d. Mia Lägnert and Pernilla Abrahamsson talk about how 3d technology is used at Norrevångskolan today but also how to get 3D into other subjects in the future. Speaker: Mia Lägnert & Pernilla Abrahamsson, Norrevångsskolan



15:25

KEYNOTE

3D-printers and Makerspace at School - The Missing Puzzle Piece

In a workshop, you will find practical examples of how to create a more motivational, engaging and future-proofed education in technology, art, social sciences, physics and mathematics. Speaker: Niclas Ekholm



15.00

PAUS

Coffee

Take a coffee, cookie and test the technology among our exhibitors!



16:55

THE END

Thank you for this year!

We round off this year's conference and briefly review the day.



LOCATION

3dp School 2018  |   Kistamässan   |   August 16th 2018

CONTACT

    Hanna Jangenfeldt
    Project manager
    +46 79 347 84 92

    hanna.jangenfeldt@agi.se

  

Daniel Wahlgren
Sponsorship manager
+46 76 317 80 91
daniel.wahlgren@agi.se    
                   

 

ORGANIZER

3dp.se is a Swedish news and knowledge portal covering all aspects of professional 3d printing through news, articles, newsletters and conferences. The website 3dp.se is run by the Scandinavian publishing house AGI. We have been covering technology for over 40 years through magazines, books, conferences and fairs in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.

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