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|Danielle Briggs||Conestoga||Zan Hess||Marvel app development||6-8||Visitors will see examples of prototype apps developed in our Technology classes utilizing the app Marvel. They will have the opportunity to create their own prototype apps using iPads and Marvel.||Do you have a bazillion dollar app idea that you have always wanted to develop? Stop by and create a quick prototype of your app!|
|Benjamin Lloyd||Highland Park||Curtis Semana|
Hands-on Learning and Making in the Highland Park MakerSpace
|6-8||Form would not allow this video(too large): https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wIKvAlUECtvEaNmNPRA3vbSKIbtCESnC|
We are hoping to have an electric tricycle built that we are calling the LTV or Library Transport Vehicle. It will be slow moving but it might be cool if there were any space to use it. If we need, we could get creative and just take it for a spin around the expo floor if we're in a spot that isn't too crowded.
|Students will show off their 3d Scanning rig and allow people to be scanned. Likewise we will be showing off our electric vehicle build.||Come see what students at Highland Park are doing in their Library MakerSpace. Students design and create engaging projects that can be used for further exploration and innovation.|
|Jeff Crapper||HS2.SST||Andrew Cronk||Pathways||9-12||We are combining 3 pathways from 2 schools into one exhibit. We need a 20'x20' option with 2 screens, power, and 2 tables.||Play an electric guitar made by a student, look inside the heart, brain, and eyes of a virtual cadaver, play games and experience apps made by CS students.||Experience the pathway options at the Health & Science School and the School of Science & Technology||Doug Wilson||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)||We will provide the two projectors, all AV cords and packaging. Your team will provide the two screens and facilitate the transportation to from/Aloha.|
|Megan Poole||Meadow Park||Jared Freeman|
Micro:Bits and Hummingbird Robots in the Science Classroom
|6-8||Visitors will SEE how students used Micro:bits and Hummingbirds to explore how sensors are used in robotics. Visitors will experience some of these creations in the petting zoo and see how they interact with heat and light. |
Visitors will also SEE an earthquake table that students created as well as a robot that will shake the tower.
Visitors will have an opportunity to set the intensity of the shaking of the earthquake.
Visitors will also have a chance to code Micro:bits & Hummingbirds themselves.
Come see how students used @microbit_edu and @birdbraintech #hummingbirdduo to explore how sensors are used in robotics. You can experience some of these creations in the petting zoo and see how they interact with heat and light.
Come see an earthquake table that students created with @microbit_edu as well as a @birdbraintech #hummingbirdduo robot that will shake the tower. You will have an opportunity to set the intensity of the shaking for the earthquake.
|Ashley Fanning||Jenn Mann|
|Casi Yost||Beaverton||Anne Erwin||DAM Mag||9-12||They will see our DAM Mag's as well as make some DAM buttons!||DAM Mag is a student ran magazine that publishes the voices and artwork of students. Come and see what they have shared and create some awesome swag with us!|
|Emily Lux||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)|
|Ian Duncanson||Beaverton City Libray||n/a||Tech Toys and Games||6-8||Visitors will try out several tech toys. We will also have brainteasers and possible a craft.||Stop by Beaverton City Library's booth to try out tech toys and test yourself with a brainteaser!||MacKenzie Ross||Bevaerton City Library|
|Ryan Cutsforth||Ridgewood||Cary Meier||MinecraftBSD||PK-12||If possible, we'd love to have access to a single gigabit ethernet port--we've got the router and cables!||Visitors will view information regarding integrating Minecraft: Education Edition into their classrooms and will be able to PLAY Minecraft on one of many provided devices (ipads, macbooks, and desktops)||Attendants are invited to stop by and join our hands-on workshop of Minecraft: Education Edition. Students are invited to sign-in and start building, and teachers are welcome to come learn how they can use the program to implement their own lessons and content using the game as a framework.||Kenneth Gretz||Ridgewood Elementary|
|Cady Geer||Sunset||John Huelskamp|
Play with mechatronics creations!
|9-12||We'll need more space, probably 20' x 20', in order to drive the bus and show everything else. Also 2 power outlets that we'll bring strips for and 2 tables.||See - Mechatronics games and projects made by Sunset's Engineering Career Pathway students. Also watch our small laser cutter make keychains. Do - play the mechatronics games, drive the bus, add a foil tape circuit control to an example game, get a keychain.||Check out awesome mechatronics projects from @SunsetHStech! Drive the bus, play a game, build a circuit, and snag a fresh-cut keychain! #Arduino #circuits #lasercut #OregonCTE|
|Amber Arizpe||Sunset High School CS&E||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)|
|Jason Galbraith||Sunset||John Huelskamp|
Virtual Reality for the Classroom
|9-12||We'll need 20' by 20' in order to set up four VR stations. We'll need 4 power outlets, and somewhere to project (either a wall or screen). No tables are required, if we can set up a sign nearby in some other way.||See - We will display what the people in Virtual Reality are seeing, and they will be able to watch people in the headsets interacting with their environment.|
Do - We were going to bring an Art program (Tiltbrush), allowing the user to create 3D artwork, and a student-created Basketball game.
|Check out our VR classroom experience from @SunsetHStech! We use pre-built and student-built software to enhance the classrooms at Sunset, including video game design, art, anatomy, calculus, Spanish, and more! #VR #HTCVive #OregonCTE|
|Cady Geer||Amber Arizpe||Sunset High School CS&E Department||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)|
|Susan Willa Kingsford||Fir Grove||Erin Miles|
WeVideo and Green Screen Technology
Visitors will see movies our kids have made with green screen technology and WeVideo. Then they can briefly film in front of the green screen and our kids will teach them how to upload to WeVideo and edit in a cool background.
|Have you ever wanted to fly? Dive deep into the ocean? How about go on an African safari, or sip tea in London? Stop by our booth and Fir Grove fourth graders will teach you how to create the illusion you are having these adventures with green screen technology and WeVideo. Learn how you can make amazing films with this easy to use web-based program!||Laurie Calafet||Fir Grove|
|Tyler Smith||Whitford||Brian Peerenboom|
Digital Design and Production
Use the computer to create an original design/logo, print out the decal using a vinyl cutter, and take home the decal to apply to whatever you'd like. We will lead them through the "design thinking" process to get them to understand how an idea goes from inspiration, through iterations, and eventually to a final product.
|See and learn how to create designs for personal or professional use. This can be a hobby, or the first step in a career in design creation and application.|
|Jody Reeg||Whitford Middle School||@Whitford_MS|
|Erik Grant||Mountain View||Wendy Rider||Portland in 3D||6-8|
They will see student models of to scale 3D printed versions of the buildings in downtown Portland.
|Experience downtown Portland in 3D! 8th grade students from Mr Grant's Technology class have been constructing 1/200th scale representations of each of the city blocks in downtown Portland using CAD software and 3D printers. This monumental project is 3 years in making, has involved over 300 student submissions and is approaching completion.||TBD||Mountain View Middle School||@MountainViewBSD|
|Jeff Lewis||Cooper Mtn||Kristin Lemon||Microbits and Gigglebots||PK-5|
They will see how they can code a microbit to program a Gigglebot to create robotic drawings.
|Learn how to use your Microbit to code a robot and create drawings!||Wendy Courogen||Cooper Mountain Elementary||@CooperMtnES|
|Carol Baltazar||Sunset||John Huelskamp||Interactive Google Tours||9-12|
Link to short video of student presenting project (file was too big): https://youtu.be/I1gguwaOmco
Visitors will take a virtual tour around the globe as students present their Google TourBuilder projects using Google Earth on an interactive flat screen panel.
|For this project, students use the Google TourBuilder program to illustrate significant movement or migration in their family's history. The use of the interactive flat panel technology enhances the overall experience and amplifies the outcome, engaging both presenter and audience. Students develop their intercommunicative, collaborative and creative skills through both meaningful exploration and thoughtful presentation using the latest in technology.||Colette Cassinelli||Sunset High School||@SHS_Apollos|
|Dawn Guildner||Future Ready||John Peplinski||Robotic Petting Zoo||Grades 4-7||Possibly 10x20 expansion space|
Visitors will browse through and interact with various student-built robotic "animals" who are on display in this "zoo". Come see micro:bit animals in their natural habitat! Students from grades 4-7 will be exhibiting their creations in conjunction with the BSD micro:bit project. Maker & Computer Science program.
|Come see micro:bit animals in their natural habitat! Students from grades 4-7 will be exhibiting their creations in conjunction with the BSD micro:bit project.||Katie White||Instructional Innovation||Robotic Petting Zoo (Grades 4-7)|
|Elena Chiovaro||Aloha||Matt Casteel|
Girls Who Code: Augmented Reality Sandbox
Visitors will get to explore and augmented reality sandbox, created, designed and built by Aloha's Girls Who Code after school club. Visitors will get to interact by moving sand that will react to its placement by projecting different light patterns onto the sand.
|Girls Who Code is a national organization designed to promote and empower young women in STEM. Come see our augmented reality sandbox, it will amaze your senses!||Krystal Wilson||Aloha High School|
Southridge, Aloha, Westivew
Digital Storytelling: The Power of Video
Make digital video come alive. Use a studio-in-a-box to produce a live newscast and see how to create a student film with Adobe Premiere.
|Ever wonder how live TV gets made? See it in action as we demonstrate our Studio-in-a-Box. Plus, make a movie! We'll show you how to get started making a student film.||Paul Rizzo||Scott Guthrie||Southridge/Aloha/Westview||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)||@southridgehigh|
|Elena Chiovaro||Aloha||Matt Casteel||Designing iX19||9-12|
This will be a student designed and run booth as a part of the efforts of the AHS Graphic Design 2/3 class. Students will showcase the progression of designing the visuals of the iX19 conference. Also on display will be student designed logos - reimagining of the iX19 logo. This booth is a work in progress...the Graphic Design 2/3 students will decide how they want the booth to be interactive.
|Did you know the signs, maps, and so much more here at the iX19 conference were designed by students from Aloha High School's Graphic Design program? Come stop by our booth to talk to our student designers and see what it takes to design a conference!||Krystal Wilson||Aloha High School|
|Shelly Scott||Beaverton, Aloha, Westview||Anne Erwin|
Child Development/Education Pathway
Experiment with 'Real Care' Baby Infant Simulators, create art, explore sensory & light tables, build with ECE materials and see high school student project displays.
|Students who are interested in exploring a career working with children in the education, health or social services fields should stop by our exhibit to check out some of the amazing opportunities available for students enrolled in our CTE Child Development/Education Pathway courses throughout the Beaverton School District.|
|Kellie Ovena||Lacey Demcak||BHS, Aloha & Westview High Schools||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)|
|Michael Reed||Kinnaman||Ashlee Hudson||3D Printing for Inventors||PK-5|
See cool stuff 5th graders have designed and printed and play with things.
|To see what 5th graders can do with design and indeendant learning time.||N/A||Kinnaman|
|Stacy Mix||Southridge||David Nieslanik|
Southridge Sports Medicine
|9-12||Massage Therapy||Southridge Sports Medicine CTE program||N/A||Southridge||Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)|
|Peter Brink||Aloha||Matt Casteel|
Construction and Drafting Technology
Hoping to get a space next to additional power and possibly a back door to outside. Would like to run a portable dust collector so we can run a small CNC machine.
|3D Printing and CNC Demo|
Get a glimpse of what goes on in a modern shop class/makerspace.
|Matthew Gear||Dennis Larsen|
Aloha High School and Mountain Side High School, Applied Arts
|Career & Technical Education (CTE - High School)||Aloha|
Natural Disaster Videos with Green Screen
We'll have the green screen set up and our students will demonstrate how it works and let people make their own videos. People can also watch videos our 4th graders have made about preparing for natural disasters.
|You can make your own video using a green screen!||Courtney Hauser||Alison Bedwell||West Tualatin View Elementary|