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Melanie Salas

ED5764-V: High School Slump: Strategies to Get Lazy Kids to Work Like Dream Kids

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Connect Autodesk software programs to STEM ideals
  • Create rubrics for differentiated learning
  • Create differentiated lessons for Autodesk software
  • Develop curriculum-based projects for your own classroom

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class will focus on some differentiated learning techniques using Autodesk® software. Attendees will leave with ideas, strategies, and even a lesson or two that they can try out in their classrooms. The goal is to show teachers new ways to build student involvement.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Educator, Educators

Speakers

Speakers

Melanie Salas

“Salas” has degrees in Architecture (BArch), Construction Management(MS), and Educational Leadership(EdS). Her passion for advancing young people into the areas of architecture, engineering, and construction is one that led her to leave architecture to teach high school. During her 10 years as an Architectural Drawing teacher, she has had numerous student achievements in both state sponsored Governor’s Honors Program and the American Institute of Architects High School Design Competition. She teaches her class using primarily Autodesk Revit, AutoCAD, and Inventor but also integrates Sketchbook Pro and the use of physical models to aid in design development.

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Tags

Published

  • 2012
  • ED5764-V

Software

  • Autodesk Revit for Architects

Industry

  • Education

Topics

  • Educator Summit