Instructional Technology to Enhance Student Learning [S-17-34]

Presenter: Lucas Craig
Location: SUNY Canton: Nevaldine South 125
Classes: 1 Session 2.0 hours
Dates: Mon 3:00 PM 03/27
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In this course, the exploration of topics such as, biology, chemistry, math, physics, and many others will be delivered in 3D. Also, the use of the Myo wrist band will be shown. Participants will be able to use both, the 3D projector and Myo wrist band.

As a child, Lucas Craig admired airplanes and helicopters; as an adult, he pursued his aeronautical degree and continued on with a Masters and PhD in Mechanical Engineering. Later, he spent some time as a scientist/engineer on an aircraft studying clouds. While he was attending graduate school at Clarkson, he found enjoyment in teaching classes and young students about aircraft sampling. This led him to the position he now has at SUNY Canton. Lucas enjoys teaching students, and he has always been trying to figure out improvements to enhance student learning.

LINK: to presenter's PowerPoint:
https://1drv.ms/f/s!AttYy1mPYDb0hIlyVjKSjefiydfj9Q

NOTE: Suggested web links: 3D Projector – http://www.avrover.com/ and Myo wrist band – https://www.myo.com

Cap: 30



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