3D Modelling and Print Technologies

Presenter: Paul Moro

3D Modelling and Print Technologies:
My journey to empowering teachers in schools


This workshop is all about exploring creativity by engaging in the 3D world of computer graphics. Practical solutions and applications will be featured, and the myths of 3D printing simplified and resolved.

Discussion will centre on how schools have bought into and implemented this technology, and how it can be used to improve student participation.

It is a technology that focuses on engagement and creativity, and has potential to motivate students in a way that other ICT technologies may not.


Paul Moro has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the Technologies curriculum area with special focus in senior secondary education, ATAR examinations and ICT. He has been actively involved in curriculum development and professional support for teachers through working with the Curriculum Council WA (now SCSA), Education Pedagogy ICT Australia (EPICT) and Teacher Training Australia (TTA) and previously, with AISWA in 2009.

Prior to re-joining AISWA, Paul held the role of Curriculum Coordinator/Lecturer for Design and Technology Education at Edith Cowan University (ECU) WA which included the writing of a complete post graduate course in Design & Technology education.

Intended Audience: All those concerned with Primary, Middle School, Secondary education


Join Paul Moro at the ECAWA 2015 State Conference at Scotch College.


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