Posts Tagged "education"

3D Academy STEM Enrichment Camp (Update)

3D Academy STEM Enrichment Camp, 3D Academy, STEM, Enrichment Camp, Honolulu, Hawaii, studentsOur final 3D Academy STEM Enrichment Camp of the summer is underway. The students are having a great time and we are sharing photos of the fun over on our Facebook page, view the photo album titled: 3D Printing & CAD Design with Legos® to see what these students have been working on. We will also be updating this album again once the camp has finished.

3D Academy STEM enrichment camps are a great introduction to STEM education. No prior engineering classes or skills are required to attend a camp. We start with the fundamentals and help students build upon those.

Our STEM Enrichment Camps align with the Hawaii Public School calendar and occur during school breaks (i.e. Winter, Spring and Summer break).

If you have a student that would be interested in attending a 3D Academy STEM Enrichment camp, we share all camp details and registration information over on our 3D Academy website as well as on the 3D Innovations Facebook page. If you have questions about our STEM camps, please send us an email at info@3d-innovations.com

STEM education teaches valuable life skills: problem solving, innovative thinking, teamwork, and organization skills to name a few. Read more about “The Long-Term Benefits of a STEM Education”.

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Visit Us at the Honolulu Mini Maker Faire — June 23rd

The 5th annual Honolulu Mini Maker Faire is this Saturday, June 23rd from 12pm to 5pm at ‘Iolani School. Our President, Collin Kobayashi, will be at our 3D Innovations booth answering your 3D printing, prototyping and product commercialization questions. This is a great chance to talk with Collin about the product development process and learn more about what it takes to bring a product to life.

The Honolulu Maker Faire is open to all ages and encompasses a wide range of interests and technologies. This is a family-friendly event where people can share their interests and knowledge and spark the Maker spirit in others. Tickets to the event are free, however we do suggest that you register for a ticket ahead of time to speed up the entry process.

Honolulu Mini Maker Faire, Maker Faire 2018

Maker: Collin Kobayashi

WHAT I DO: I help companies in all industries bring new products to market, reduce prototyping costs, ensure requirements and quality are achieved, and develop manufacturing and go-to-market strategies.

WHY IT WORKS: I’ve spent almost 20 years in Design/Manufacturing sectors and understand the challenges and needs of companies doing R&D. Using our expertise in prototyping and manufacturing along with industry standard software and equipment, we will accelerate your development process and bring products to market faster.

HOW IT WORKS: The first step in the process is to schedule a consultation to discuss your project goals, objectives and challenges. Through this initial session, we will be able to outline a high level strategy and plan for bringing your product to market. I’ll also make a professional recommendation for the next steps that should be taken to ensure you can take your product to market!

What is a Maker Faire?

Maker Faire is a gathering of fascinating, curious people who enjoy learning and who love sharing what they can do. From engineers to artists to scientists to crafters, Maker Faire is a venue for these “makers” to show hobbies, experiments, projects.

We call it the Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth – a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Glimpse the future and get inspired!

To learn more about the Honolulu Mini Maker Faire, head on over to the official website.

See you there!

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STEM Education: Keeping Your Child Engaged During Summer Break

stem, stem education, students, stem enrichment campSummer is the perfect time to explore STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subject areas.

Summer break is here, and many parents are trying to find ways to keep their child engaged and learning while outside of the classroom. We understand the importance of nurturing your child’s inquisitive mind while fostering a growth mindset during these valuable summer months.

It turns out that summer is a perfect time to introduce your child to the fun side of STEM subjects. In the summer months, students have more time to focus on what really interests them. They can dig deeper into subject matter, which helps them not only grasp concepts better, but gives them a better understanding of the world around them.

Below are a few suggestions of how you can keep your child engaged in STEM subject areas throughout the summer.

Build Together

Even the youngest family member can get in on this activity. Pull out the wooden blocks, Legos, Tinker Toys and anything else that lets you design, create and build. While it might seem that you are “just playing”, what you are in fact doing is creating and showing your child that they can create anything their mind envisions. After all, play is the work of childhood. Building together lets children practice their fine motor skills while thinking like an engineer.

Introduce a Design Program

Children love to create. There are so many design programs out there for different age groups that you are bound to find something that will grab your child’s attention. Even if you, yourself are not an engineer or familiar with design, we still encourage you to do this. You are showing your child that you are never too old to learn something new.

Enroll in a STEM Enrichment Camp

A STEM focused summer camp will give your student a structured, hands-on approach learning. Your child will be surrounded by peers with similar interests to their own and teachers that want to foster their love of learning STEM subjects.

Our 3D Academy hosts and participates in many STEM Enrichment Camps throughout the year. Head on over to our 3D Academy calendar to view our upcoming camps.

Get Outside

Head outdoors and into nature. The National Parks Service hosts Junior Ranger programs at all of their parks, which encourages students to explore, learn and protect. The Junior Ranger program provides activities and educational booklets to help your child learn about what they see within the park.

If you don’t live near a National Park, try going for a hike or taking a walk around your city to view the engineering marvels that surround us every day.

Monthly STEM Education Subscription Boxes

Subscription boxes are a fun and easy way to foster your child’s love of learning. With the rise in popularity of subscription boxes, there are now quite a few focused on various STEM subject areas now. These boxes arrive monthly and contain activities for you and your child to do together. One month you might be engineering a mechanical claw and the next you are building the solar system together. These boxes provide a great opportunity for hands-on learning.

STEM education teaches valuable life skills that carry over into all aspects of daily life. This summer, keep your child learning and engaged with some fun hands-on activities.

About Our 3D Academy

3D Academy, a division of 3D Innovations, specializes in developing and integrating industry technologies with STEM Programs and Education.

3D Academy promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education programs that integrate 3D Technology into K–12, as well as university classrooms. Using hands-on and project-based learning strategies, we have been effective in providing students with opportunities to excel in the areas of STEM and to integrate industry applications into their learning experiences.

Our core program utilizes 3D CAD and takes students through the entire design process (design, prototyping, manufacturing, etc.). When integrated into the school curriculum, our STEM education programs provide students with opportunities to solve real world design problems, engage with industry standard technology, and transform concepts into reality.

Education programs are available statewide and have been integrated with many robotics programs such as FIRST, UROV, BotBall, and First Lego League. Programs are both customizable and scalable to meet various applications and grade levels.

Interested in a personalized hands-on approach to STEM education in your classroom or school? Send us an email at info@3d-innovations.com so we can talk further about your program needs and how our 3D Academy can assist you.

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3D Academy: July 2018 STEM Enrichment Camp

3D Academy, STEM Enrichment Camp, 3D Innovations, STEM, engineering, educationIn addition to our two June STEM Summer Enrichment Camps, our 3D Academy has added a third in July. For the July camp (July 30th – August 3rd), we have partnered with Bricks4kidz to provide a creative, hands-on, immersive STEM camp experience.

Bricks4kidz: City Engineers (3 hours)

Let’s build a CITY! There are many different types of engineering jobs, and building is one of the most fun! What would a city be without the architects and engineers who come up with the ideas, plans and building skills to make it all come together?

Campers will put their engineering and architecture skills to work as they build city themed models using LEGO® Bricks. The sky’s the limit when campers are challenged to use their own ideas and skills to build a skyscraper taller than their heads! They’ll have a blast using custom-built cars to move the people of the city all around town – brick by brick! What an accomplishment to be able to proudly exclaim “We built this BRICK City!”

3D Academy: 3D Printing & CAD Design with Legos® (3 hours)

Students will learn the fundamentals of 3D Design, 3D Printing, CAD Design and Spatial Environments to create their own custom Lego design and part while learning about the various principles that integrate with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Students will be introduced to the world of 3D Printing, CAD Design, Engineering, and prototyping all while being in an immersive STEM learning environment.

STEM Enrichment Camp Details
  • Open to children entering 2nd-3rd and 4th-6th Grade
  • Location: Manoa Innovation Center (2800 Woodlawn Drive)
  • Time: 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday (Supervised brown bag lunch from 12-1pm)
  • Price: $295 for 5 Day all-day Camp ($25 Special flat fee for early arrival child care available. Please ask us.)

REGISTER TODAY:

Have questions about the camp? Please contact Dawn at 808.255.5522 or Dawn@bricks4kidz.com as well as Collin Kobayashi at 808.722.8667 or collin.kobayashi@3d-innovations.com

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3D Academy Summer STEM Enrichment Camps—Registration Now Open

STEM Enrichment Camp, 3D Innovations' STEM Program helps educators to assist students in learning to utilize real world engineering applications.Register today for a Summer STEM Enrichment Camp. Summer is drawing near—the end of the school year is approaching, kids are counting down to their last day of school before summer break and parents are panicking about how to keep their kids occupied and learning during this time off. Take a deep breath parents, we have you covered.

We have brought back our popular Summer STEM Enrichment Camps this year and are partnering with Kalvio, a local electrical engineering and electrical contracting company. In the month of June we will be offering two different camps that are sure to excite your child’s inquisitive mind.

‘3D Design and Drone Building’—All Day STEM Enrichment Camp (Gr. 6-12)

3D Academy and Kalvio collaborate to create an in-depth and immersive camp experience for your child through the STEM Summer program. Students will learn the fundamentals of 3D Design, 3D Printing, CAD Design and Spatial Environments and be able to build their own Drone while learning about the various principles that integrate with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Students will be introduced to the world of 3D Printing, CAD Design, Engineering, Electronics, and prototyping all while being in an immersive STEM learning environment.

  • Date: June 5-9 (Session 1)
  • Students: Entering grades 6-12
  • Location: Manoa Innovation Center (2800 Woodlawn Drive)
  • Time: 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday
  • Price: $295 for 5 Day Camp
‘3D Printed Rocket Building’—All Day STEM Enrichment Camp (Gr. 2-6)

3D Academy and Kalvio collaborate to create an in-depth and immersive camp experience for your child through the STEM Summer program. Students will learn the fundamentals of 3D Design, 3D Printing, CAD Design and Spatial Environments to create their own custom Co2 mini rocket while learning about the various principles that integrate with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Students will be introduced to the world of 3D Printing, CAD Design, Engineering, and prototyping all while being in an immersive STEM learning environment.

  • Date: June 11-15 (Session 2)
  • Students: Entering grades 2-6
  • Location: Manoa Innovation Center (2800 Woodlawn Drive)
  • Time: 9:00am-4:00pm, Monday through Friday
  • Price: $295 for 5 Day Camp

We have streamlined the registration process and you can quickly register for these camps over on our website: 3D Academy STEM Enrichment Camps

*For both camps, all campers must bring a peanut free lunch, snack and drink. Visit www.3d-innovations.com/3dacademy or contact Collin Kobayashi at collin.kobayashi@3d-innovations.com or 808.722.8667 for more information.

About 3D Academy

3D Academy promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education programs that integrate 3D technology into K–12, as well as university classrooms. Using hands-on and project-based learning strategies, we have been effective in providing students with opportunities to excel in the areas of STEM and to integrate industry applications into their learning experiences.

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The Long-Term Benefits of a STEM Education

stem education, stem, stem summer camps, 3d academyTechnology is transforming the landscape of our lives—in today’s global marketplace there is no substitute for a strong STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) background as you enter the workforce. “STEM workers tend to earn 26% more than non-STEM workers and yearly growth for STEM workers is projected to be almost double that of non-STEM workers.” (Florida State University) Industry is shifting and to help our students keep up with the demand, a STEM education is imperative.

As a nation, our education industry has recognized that our students are not receiving the best hands-on, STEM-focused, education possible for a myriad of reasons. This means that our students are falling behind in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math subjects, and that they are missing out on other valuable lessons as well. Below are some of the areas in which STEM helps students thrive.

STEM Education Teaches Valuable Life Skills

Problem Solving Skills

Hands-on lessons for STEM subjects often revolve around solving real world problems. Students are required to assess a situation and develop a solution. Problem solving skills are immensely beneficial both inside and outside of the classroom. Having the ability to stop, assess, analyze, hypothesize and solve a problem is a skill every individual needs at every age level.

Innovative Thinking

We are all aware of the benefits of “thinking outside the box”, however, this does not always come naturally. Learning to ask questions and develop diverse solutions helps to instill an inquisitive mindset.

Teamwork and Collaboration

Working as part of a team starts from a young age and continues on into the workplace. Learning how to collaborate and work together is a necessity. Teamwork helps students learn about different perspectives, respecting other ideas and coming up with a solution together.

Organization Skills

Scientific linear methodology requires organization—there is a set manner in which to approach a problem. All STEM subject areas require a step 1, step 2, step 3 and so on; you can’t solve a math equation by skipping steps. Students learn the importance of being organized and why it is important to their everyday lives as well.

STEM education can be taught through lectures; however, it has been proven time and again that hands-on learning is the best method for teaching and instilling these concepts. Giving students an opportunity to use technology, use their hands, ask questions and see concepts in action sparks excitement in them as well as a desire to learn more.

STEM Enrichment Camps

This summer our 3D Academy is offering two STEM Enrichment Camps, “3D Design and Drone Building” and “3D Printed Rocket Building”. Students will learn the fundamentals of 3D Design, 3D Printing, CAD Design and Spatial Environments and be able to build their own Drone/custom Co2 mini rocket while learning about the various principles that integrate with Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Students will be introduced to the world of 3D Printing, CAD Design, Engineering, Electronics, and prototyping all while being in an immersive STEM learning environment. Learn more about both camps and easily register, over on our website: 3D Academy STEM Enrichment Camps.

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Hawaii STEM Conference 2018 (Part 2)

Hawaii STEM Conference 2018We had a great time connecting with students at the 2018 Hawaii STEM Conference earlier this month. At this year’s conference, our main area of participation was hosting an onsite ‘Product Design & Pitch’ competition, where students were given a challenge that they had to complete within 24 hours. (Read more about the challenge here.) As always, the students impressed us with their creativity and ability to turn an idea into a marketable product.

After the competition we caught up with a few of the students to get feedback about their competition experience. See what these fantastic STEM students had to say:

“The product design and pitch competition was a fun and beneficial competition that allowed me to cooperate with others, especially with the amount of work we had to put within a day. It allowed me to gain knowledge on CAD and designing because I had to create a detailed product within a few hours. This Hawaii STEM Conference competition will help me in designing other products or concepts in the field of engineering.”

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“I wanted to enter the Product Design and Pitch Competition because of my past experiences in problem solving and designing through competitions and assignments in my STEM classes at school. I am familiar with the process of product design competitions; and joining this pitch competition was another opportunity to apply my problem solving and critical thinking skills.”

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“Taking Engineering Tech 1 really helped with completing the competition, since we learned how to use the applications required to do the competition such as using Autodesk Inventor and things as simple as how do I present my idea/design to a panel of judges.”

Receiving this kind of feedback is exactly why we like to connect with students early-on to help bridge the gap between academia and industry. Hands-on learning really engages students and brings abstract STEM concepts to life.

(View photos from the competition over on our Facebook page.)

Our 3D Academy

3D Academy, a division of 3D Innovations, specializes in developing and integrating industry technologies with STEM Programs and Education.

3D Academy promotes Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education programs that integrate 3D Technology into K–12, as well as university classrooms. Using hands-on and project-based learning strategies, we have been effective in providing students with opportunities to excel in the areas of STEM and to integrate industry applications into their learning experiences.

Our core program utilizes 3D CAD and takes students through the entire design process (design, prototyping, manufacturing, etc.). When integrated into the school curriculum, our STEM education programs provide students with opportunities to solve real world design problems, engage with industry standard technology, and transform concepts into reality.

Education programs are available statewide and have been integrated with many robotics programs such as FIRST, UROV, BotBall, and First Lego League. Programs are both customizable and scalable to meet various applications and grade levels.

If your classroom or school is interested in a personalized hands-on approach to STEM education, send us an email at info@3d-innovations.com so we can talk further about your program needs and how our 3D Academy can assist you.

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Hawaii STEM Conference 2018

Hawaii STEM Conference 2018We are proud sponsors once again of the Hawaii STEM Conference taking place April 10-11th. This is an event that showcases the many talents of our students here in Hawaii, while giving them an opportunity to delve deeper into STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) subjects with hands-on learning and activities.

Our main area of participation this year will be hosting an onsite ‘Product Design & Pitch’ competition where students will be given a challenge on the first day and will have 24 hours to complete the project.

The project will involve taking the design challenge and coming up with a detailed design and business plan. Students will focus on developing a design, product prototype, business/marketing plan, financials, manufacturing plan and then present their research to a panel of judges.

The presentation will be held in a ‘Shark Tank’ style and the students will present the design and business information they have researched and developed to the judges.

We are always amazed at the ingenuity and creativity displayed by students during these entrepreneurial competitions.

See you there!

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Women’s History Month: Women of Invention

March is Women’s History Month—a time to celebrate the achievements of women and acknowledge the ways in which many have changed modern life through invention.

“The most dangerous phrase in the language is, ‘We’ve always done it this way.’” -Grace Hopper

Background of Women’s History Month

Before the 1970’s, the topic of women in history was largely missing from general public consciousness. To address this situation, the Education Task Force on the Status of Women initiated a “Women’s History Week” celebration in 1978 and chose the week of March 8 to coincide with International Women’s Day. In 1987, the National Women’s History Project petitioned Congress to expand the celebration to the entire month of March.

Since then, the National Women’s History Month Resolution has been approved every year with bipartisan support in both the House and Senate. (Source: ThoughtCo)

Women of Invention

Women have been at the forefront of invention for centuries. Their ideas, and subsequent inventions, have shaped the modern world as we know it. While there are countless women to celebrate, we discuss four women below that have made great strides in engineering.

The First Woman to File an American Patent. In 1809, Mary Dixon Kies received the first U. S. patent issued to a woman. Kies, a Connecticut native, invented a process for weaving straw with silk or thread. First Lady Dolley Madison praised her for boosting the nation’s hat industry. Unfortunately, the patent file was destroyed in the great Patent Office fire in 1836. Until about 1840, only 20 other patents were issued to women. The inventions related to apparel, tools, cook stoves, and fireplaces. (Source: ThoughtCo)

Inventor of the Paper Bag. Margaret Knight was an exceptionally prolific inventor in the late 19th century; journalists occasionally compared her to her better-known male contemporary Thomas Edison by nicknaming her “the lady Edison” or “a woman Edison.”

After seeing a fellow worker injured by a faulty piece of equipment, Knight came up with her first invention: a safety device for textile looms. She was awarded her first patent in 1871, for a machine that cut, folded and glued flat-bottomed paper shopping bags, thus eliminating the need for workers to assemble them slowly by hand. This machine and method is still in use today. Knight received 27 patents in her lifetime. (Source: Biography)

Inventor of Transparent Glass. Katherine Blodgett (1898-1979) was a woman of many firsts. She was the first female scientist hired by General Electric’s Research Laboratory in Schenectady, New York (1917) as well as the first woman to earn a Ph.D. in Physics from Cambridge University (1926). Blodgett’s research on monomolecular coatings led her to a revolutionary discovery.

She discovered a way to apply the coatings layer by layer to glass and metal. The thin films, which naturally reduced glare on reflective surfaces, when layered to a certain thickness, would completely cancel out the reflection from the surface underneath. This resulted in the world’s first 100% transparent or invisible glass. Blodgett’s patented film and process (1938) has been used for many purposes including limiting distortion in eyeglasses, microscopes, telescopes, camera and projector lenses. (Source: Biography)

Computer Science Pioneer. Grace Hopper (1906-1992) was one of the first programmers to transform large digital computers from oversized calculators into relatively intelligent machines capable of understanding “human” instructions. Hopper developed a common language with which computers could communicate called Common Business-Oriented Language or COBOL, now the most widely used computer business language in the world.

In addition to many other firsts, Hopper was the first woman to graduate from Yale University with a Ph.D. in Mathematics, and in 1985, was the first woman ever to reach the rank of admiral in the US Navy. Hopper’s work was never patented; her contributions were made before computer software technology was even considered a “patentable” field. (Source: Biography)

We encourage you to share the stories of these women along with other notable women inventors with your students, colleagues, children and classmates. By acknowledging and celebrating the women innovators of the past, we encourage the women innovators of the future.

Other women inventors that have made an impact are: Stephanie Kwolek (inventor of Kevlar), Melitta Bentz (inventor of the coffeemaker), Ann Moore (inventor of the Snugli baby carrier) and Martha Coston (inventor of pyrotechnic flares).

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3D Academy: Incorporating 3D Printing into the Classroom

Our second ‘3D Printing and CAD Design using LEGO’ Camp of the summer is a little over a month away and in honor of it, we wanted to share ways in which 3D printing technology can be incorporated in the classroom. By now, people understand the practical uses of the technology in a business setting and the benefits of designing and prototyping with 3D printing, but what might be a bit more abstract is how this technology can transform a variety of subjects in the classroom for both students and teachers.

Many K-12 schools and higher education institutions are adding 3D printers to their classrooms and incorporating the technology into lesson plans. 3D printing allows students and teachers to explore, invent and innovate together while promoting a growth mindset. In every step of the 3D printing process students must push the boundaries of traditional thinking and create something entirely new. Critical analysis, critical thinking, design, sketching, prototyping with physical objects, creating a prototype in a CAD software and creating the correct file formats to transfer the finished file into the 3D printing slicer software are the skills students develop and hone when learning to use 3D printing technology.

As noted by the University of Pittsburgh, “3D printing empowers more authentic exploration of objects that may not be readily available. For example, students can print and handle objects such as fossils, prototypes of extinct animals, prosthetics, hardware, buildings and architecture, drones and much more. Students can improve physical objects by 3D scanning the item, uploading the file in a CAD program and tweaking certain aspects to re-invent an object. Flexible filament or filament infused with conductive metals, magnetic metals, or wood allows for more specific applications for certain projects. The possibilities are endless.”

Below are ideas on how to start incorporating 3D printing into the classroom by subject.
  • Engineering and Design: students can print out prototypes of their own creations.
  • Chemistry: students can print out molecules to study.
  • Biology: students can study cross sections of organs and print out entire structures to learn about the intricate details of each organ.
  • History: students can print out historical artifacts for closer examination. This can also be done with the use of a 3D scanner to create an exact replica.
  • Graphic Design: students can create 3D versions of their work.
  • Geography: students could print out maps showing the topography, population or demographics of an area.
  • Architecture: students can print 3D models of their own design.
  • Cooking: students could design intricate molds for ice and gelatin. Or go one step further with 3D printed chocolate creations.
3D printing technology in the classroom

(Image: Creatz 3D)

These are just a few ways in which 3D printing can bring hands-on learning to traditional subjects. If you are interested in learning more about 3D printing in the classroom and how to get started, we are happy to help. Our 3D Academy can get you up to speed on 3D printing technology and help devise a lesson plan to integrate the technology.

If you have further question or would like to learn more about 3D printing in the classroom, please send us an email, info@3d-innovations.com or give us a call at 1.808.722.8667.

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