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Saturday, October 11 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Creating 3D Models Free

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I will be bringing along about 5-10 students with experience creating 3D models for math, language arts, history, and science to help facilitate the presentation.

Join us for a hands-on demonstration of creating models for history, science, math, and language arts. We will be using Google SketchUp Make, which is free for educational purposes. Included will be examples of student work in 7th-9th grade, tutorials, and ideas for incorporating 3D models into your projects. Feel free to join whether you are a beginner or advanced user. For advanced users there will be tutorials on creating a fully virtual world for free.

Educators, College Students, Intermediate 4-8, Secondary 9-12


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Edward Gonzalez

Teacher, James Curran Middle School
Currently a teacher at James Curran Middle School (BCSD)Bakersfield, California. I am a multimedia specialist with experience teaching virtual reality and animation embedded in Common Core standards. In the Spring of 2016 I was selected from my class for the Edwin Carr Fellow award from the Master's of Educational Technology program at CSU Fullerton. | | Please bring a laptop or Chrombebook in order to follow along in the lesson.

Saturday October 11, 2014 1:30pm - 2:30pm