Digital champions of Tudor Vladimirescu School carry on WeMakers results

With the project team support, the digital champions of Tudor Vladimirescu School, Targoviste (20 students of 5th to 7th grade), guided 23 European teachers in their first steps on 3D modeling and printing (27th of March).

The activity is an indirect result of the participation of 6 teachers from Tudor Vladimirescu School to our workshop, “First steps on 3D modelling and printing”, organized on 19.02.2019.

“Introduction in 3D printing”: a workshop-bridge between two Erasmus+ projects

On 19th of February 2019, the Romanian team of our project organized a workshop entitled “Introduction in 3D printing”, for the participants from Romania and other 5 European countries (Belgium, Spain, Wales, Italy and Greece) of another Erasmus + project, entitled “STEAM JAM” (cod 018-1-BE02-KA229-046854_4).

The guests worked for the first time with a 3D modeling software to model custom objects and learned different aspects related to 3D printing when they print their objects. The guests were informed about the existence of educational resources on the project website: the first manual, Educational 3D Printing Manual, and the learning scenarios developed, which integrates 3D printing in school subjects.

First implementation of a learning scenario WeMakers in Romania

On 20th of December, at Valahia University of Targoviste, it has been done the first implementation in Romania of a learning scenario elaborated in the frame of the project. The activity was done with 15 students of 6th grade from Tudor Valdimirescu School. The students learned the first steps in 3d modelling and printing by creating and printing a name tag.

Lumen Conference Workshop: 3D Printing Technology – a New Mean for Improving the Education Experience

In the frame of the LUMEN EDU International Scientific Conference Education, Quality & Sustainable Development, held on Targoviste, November 21st – 22nd, 2018, the Romanian project team organized an workshop entitled 3D Printing Technology – a New Mean for Improving the Education Experience. The participants, 11 Physics teachers learned how to create and print their first 3d objects.