ITEEA 2016 Conference

Action Labs

Attendees

Attend a FREE product demonstration hosted by several of the industry's top companies. These "Action Labs" will give you the ultimate benefit of a hands-on workshop to test the product before you buy. Refer to the schedule below so you can plan ahead.

Exhibitors

Host your Action Lab two ways:

1. Attendees are invited to come and learn about your products in a private room outside the Exhibit Hall.

2. Attendees are invited to come and learn about your products in a public setting inside the Exhibit Hall.

Contact Maureen Wiley for more information about Action Labs.
Conferences Agenda
March 2, 2016
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM
National Harbor #5
CNC Machining in the STEM Classroom
This talk will present several case studies of how technology educators have taught CNC machining using Tormach CNC machines.  Examples from engineering, robotics, design engineering, industrial design and advanced manufacturing curriculum will be presented.
March 2, 2016
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM
National Harbor 4
Project-Based Learning and Q&A
Learn about all the different Curriculum and resources that can help you teach SolidWorks in the classroom. From built-in tutorials to downloadable projects. Also, feel free to come with any and all questions you might have about SolidWorks.
March 2, 2016
01:00 PM – 01:50 PM
National Harbor 4
Getting Started with Classroom Robotics and Programming
TETRIX PRIME is a revolutionary new robotics building system that is designed to teach a variety of STEM concepts through Project-Based Learning that meet Common Core and Next Gen Science standards without the construction complexities inherent to other building systems. TETRIX PRIME is engineered ...
March 2, 2016
02:00 PM – 02:50 PM
National Harbor 4
Project-Based Design, Analysis, and Simulation STEM Applications
Gliders2.0, Dragster2.0, Structures2.0, GreenCar 2.0, Rockets2.0, MousetrapCar2.0, Prosthetics2.0, Rover2.0, Shelter2.0 and our latest release, KidWind2.0®. KidWind2.0 fully engages students in learning all about wind energy. Students can research, design, analyze, and simulate their designs, ...
March 2, 2016
03:00 PM – 03:50 PM
National Harbor 4
The Future of Making Things and Free Autodesk Software for Your School and Students
Tomorrow's Engineers, Artists, and Makers will be designing self-driving cars, personalized wearables, and connected devices for the Internet of Things. Making these future things requires modern tools that leverage new practices such as 3D printing, cloud computing, and digital simulation. ...
March 3, 2016
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM
Eastern Shore 2
Hands-On Learning With 3D Printing - Make Something That Moves Something
Bringing 3D printing into the classroom exposes learners to the same cutting-edge technologies they’ll encounter in their careers. Stratasys is committed to promoting 3D printing in education and bridging the gap between academia and industry. In this action lab, global leader Stratasys ...
March 3, 2016
11:00 AM – 11:50 AM
Maryland Room 1
Project-Based Learning and Q&A
Learn about all the different Curriculum and resources that can help you teach SolidWorks in the classroom. From built-in tutorials to downloadable projects. Also, feel free to come with any and all questions you might have about SolidWorks.
March 3, 2016
01:00 PM – 01:50 PM
Maryland 1
Project-Based Design, Analysis, and Simulation STEM Applications
Gliders2.0, Dragster2.0, Structures2.0, GreenCar 2.0, Rockets2.0, MousetrapCar2.0, Prosthetics2.0, Rover2.0, Shelter2.0 and our latest release, KidWind2.0®. KidWind2.0 fully engages students in learning all about wind energy. Students can research, design, analyze, and simulate their designs, ...
March 3, 2016
02:00 PM – 02:50 PM
Eastern Shore 2
Can Computational Thinking Practices Be Taught in Robotics Classrooms?
This question, “ Can Computational Thinking be Taught in Robotics Classrooms ” is being answered by NSF DRK-12 Award Number 1418199 Changing Culture in Robotics Classrooms research project. This presentation will share a scaffolded set of tools that can be used in Technology and ...
March 3, 2016
02:00 PM – 02:50 PM
Maryland 1
STEM Soaring Above the Cloud
Learn how Paxton/Patterson’s Cloud Learning Management System differentiates the instruction for each student. Students access the curriculum content Anytime, Anywhere, and on Any Device. That means students are no longer tethered to a specific classroom. They learn at their own pace. This ...
March 17, 2017
02:00 PM – 02:50 PM
Eastern Shore 2
Inspiring STEAM Careers Using Virtual Reality in Schools
Students know computers, they’ve seen 3D movies, but now they can pick up virtual objects and explore STEAM subjects like never before. Attendees will interact with virtual reality computers and discover how over 400 school districts are using this technology today in their daily curriculum.