2021 MTEEA Professional Development

Thursday Sept 30

SCSU Campus-Headley Hall - Map of Headley Hall showing Pre-Conference room assignments

4:00-7:00 pm


Autodesk inventor/3d Printing                        Mike Sandell, Retired                           Headley Hall Computer Lab - Room 212

Learn tips and tricks for drawing with 2021 Inventor. See how to use Grabcad print for the stratasys printer.


 

CorelDraw/Laser Engraver (presentation)    Ashley Hemze, SCSU Student      Headley Hall Make-It-Space - Rooms 114 and 116

Ashley is a Senior Technology Education student and one of the student workers SCSU has hired to help run and manage the SCSU Make-It-Space. Ashley will take you through the skills needed to create original designs or convert designs you find for laser engraving. Ashley will demonstrate how to turn color photos into laser engravable images, how to create live hinges and how to use slicer to produce cheap and easy prototypes.


 

Revit                             Trina Hendrickson, Wisconsin Stout Student                 Headley Hall Computer Lab - Room 215

Trina will provide a detailed training on the use of Autodesk Revit. Build a structure from start to finish following Trina’s instruction. Bring your own laptop or use one from SCSU.  This session has been canceled due to lack of registration. 


 

CNC Projects Plasma/Mill/Lathe       Scott Danielson, SCSU Instructor        Headley Hall Metals Lab - Rooms 124 and 122

Scott will be demonstrating several metalworking projects he previously used at St Michael Albertville High School. Demonstrations include the use of the CNC HAAS mill, CNC Plasma cutting tool and traditional mills and lathes. Dress for work in the machine shop on SCSU campus.


 

Solid Professor for Educators          Michael Hilber Anoka Hennepin ISD, Danielle Enriquez         Headley Hall - Room 230

"Preparing students for success with Industry Certifications"Join Michael Hilber, lead engineering instructor for Anoka-Hennepin ISD and Danielle Enriquez of SolidProfessor, as they discuss the importance of industry-certifications for students and how to fit them into any curriculum.   During this session we will explore the types of certifications students can earn, as well as teaching thru certification within traditional, hybrid, and virtual learning environments.   You will also earn a technical certification of your own!"  *Laptop required for session.



Using Epoxy in Woodworking
(presentation)     Josh Tyson, Eden Prairie High School        Headley Hall Woodshop - Room 109

Are you looking to add a unique and creative design to your woodworking project? Look no further than this offering! In this evenings learning session we will go over an epoxy technique that is fairly simple to add to any woodworking project grades 6 through 12. We will work through the basics of where to order, what products have worked better than others, showing various projects I have created, and showing a demonstration on mixing and pouring. This session will also be continued into the following morning wherein we will see how our creation turned out.


 updated 10-12-21