It’s not too late to register your K-12 teams for the Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision science competition! Whether your classroom is online or in-person, you can challenge your students to envision a future technology through collaborative brainstorming and scientific research. Need some project inspiration? Check out these sample projects from previous ExploraVision winners! The deadline for submissions is February 8.
Jorge Zuniga, Ph.D., has spent his career working to lower the cost of expensive medical devices and procedures for medically underserved populations. His presentation outlines the use of additive manufacturing for the development of medical devices. Through a “User-Inspired Basic Research Approach,” Zuniga’s presentation will walk you through the research, development, and deployment of 3D printed artificial limbs for children experiencing limb loss; including the development of anatomical models for surgical planning for pediatric patients. Examples of community engagement and clinical cases will also be used to reveal how advancements in research and manufacturing can impact the quality of life of children around the world.
Improve your team Leadership skills! This course is designed to INSPIRE and EMPOWER your team by advancing your people management skills in the area of: Influencing Productive Conflict Feedback Accountability
Four, 2-hour virtual modules: Feb. 26th, Mar. 5th, Mar. 12th, & Mar. 19th, 2021 2pm—4pm Via Zoom $299, which includes the Everything DiSC Management ® Assessment
Carol Horner is the founder of Synchronicity, Inc. which is known for helping companies and organizations come together with their employees, teams and leaders to be “in synch” with one another! Carol is also the author of Spiral of Accountability which will be published this year! You won’t want to miss this!