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Seminar Name3D Printed Prosthesis
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Seminar Full DescThis professional development session will discuss 3D printing in general, and 3D printed prosthesis in particular. The goal is to provide information to area teachers so that they may start or improve their 3D printing programs and possibly print prosthetic files available through the E-Nable organization. A further goal would be to sew the seeds for a local E-Nable chapter.
Dr. Xiaoning Zang, head of St. Bonaventure s Biochemistry program, and James Hilyer, BOCES Product Design & Manufacturing Instructor, will lead the training. Mr. Hilyer s Junior class has successfully produced two sample prosthetic devices and are currently working with local people who need such devices. Specific devices will be produced and donated to each individual. Mr. Hilyer s students will also be part of the training, giving their perspective on 3D printing.
A representative from the E-Nable organization will be joining via video chat to discuss their organization and what they offer in regards to prosthetic file downloads and the worldwide need for prosthesis.
An important part of the day will be a discussion on disability awareness in the classroom. An amputee student from St. Bonaventure will discuss his experiences. Another guest, Heather MacRoy from Rehabilitation Today, will discuss rehabilitation programs utilizing prosthetics.
Several of Mr. Hilyer s Product Design and Manufacturing students will also attend to answer questions and share their 3D printing experience. A hands-on demonstration of 3D printing will end the session in the Olean BOCES Center 3D Print Lab.
Workshop Full DescThis professional development session will discuss 3D printing in general, and 3D printed prosthesis in particular. The goal is to provide information to area teachers so that they may start or improve their 3D printing programs and possibly print prosthetic files available through the E-Nable organization. A further goal would be to sew the seeds for a local E-Nable chapter.
Dr. Xiaoning Zang, head of St. Bonaventure s Biochemistry program, and James Hilyer, BOCES Product Design & Manufacturing Instructor, will lead the training. Mr. Hilyer s Junior class has successfully produced two sample prosthetic devices and are currently working with local people who need such devices. Specific devices will be produced and donated to each individual. Mr. Hilyer s students will also be part of the training, giving their perspective on 3D printing.
A representative from the E-Nable organization will be joining via video chat to discuss their organization and what they offer in regards to prosthetic file downloads and the worldwide need for prosthesis.
An important part of the day will be a discussion on disability awareness in the classroom. An amputee student from St. Bonaventure will discuss his experiences. Another guest, Heather MacRoy from Rehabilitation Today, will discuss rehabilitation programs utilizing prosthetics.
Several of Mr. Hilyer s Product Design and Manufacturing students will also attend to answer questions and share their 3D printing experience. A hands-on demonstration of 3D printing will end the session in the Olean BOCES Center 3D Print Lab.
Seminar Date05/16/2019
Opening Time11:00 am
Closing Time2:00 pm
Last Day To Register05/15/2019
Twin SeminarNot set
Seminar Audience-STEAM Teachers
-Tech Teachers
-Science Teachers
Seminar PrerequisitesNot set
Seminar Objectives-Discuss 3D printing strategies
-Learn about 3D printed prosthesis
-Discuss disability awareness
-Troubleshoot 3D printing problems
Assessment of Learning-Participants will engage in hands-on 3D printing
-Comments on evaluations
-CTLE credit will be issued
Seminar Topics-Disability awareness
-3D printed Prosthetic Design
-3D printing in the classroom
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SiteCA BOCES - Olean CTE
LocationDistance Learning Room
Site TypeRegional
Duration3 Hours
Seminar StatusPast
Workshop3D Printed Prosthesis
Starting Registration10:30 am
Credit Hours3.00
CTLE EligibleYes
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Provider517 - Model Schools
CategoryCTE-Professional Development
Alt Fee Per ParticipantNot set
Public NotesLunch will be available
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Cancelled DateNot set
Seminar Id3460

CTLE Activities

  • Pedagogy

Facilitators

    Districts That Can Send Participants

    • Allegany-Limestone Central School
    • Andover Central School
    • Belfast Central School
    • Bolivar-Richburg Central School
    • Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School
    • Cuba-Rushford Central School
    • Ellicottville Central School
    • Fillmore Central School
    • Franklinville Central School
    • Friendship Central School
    • Genesee Valley Central School
    • Hinsdale Central School
    • Olean City Schools
    • Pioneer Central School
    • Portville Central School
    • Randolph Academy Union Free School
    • Randolph Central School
    • Salamanca City Schools
    • Scio Central School
    • Wellsville Central School
    • West Valley Central School
    • Whitesville Central School
    • CA-BOCES Admin
    • CA-BOCES CTE
    • CA-BOCES ISS
    • CA-BOCES IT
    • CA-BOCES Special Education
    • CA Teacher Center

    Learning Standards

    • 1 Knowledge Students and Student Learning
    • 3 Instructional Practice