ITEEA Has Resources!
How hazardous are particles produced by 3D printersin your lab or makerspace?ITEEA’s regularly updated safety website at www.iteea.org/Safety.aspx
provides the latest studies and recommendations for addressing hazards like these, as well as resources for safer use of tools and equipment. Be sure to check out the additional resources tab!
ITEEA Maintains a Dedicated Resource Page to Help You Make Your Lab or Makerspace Safer!
Inherent in STEM laboratories and makerspaces are various safety hazards, yet these spaces are critical for helping students experience the hands-on application of STEM concepts. ITEEA recognizes the need to assist educators in maintaining hands-on STEM learning, but doing so in a safer manner. The resources have been compiled by ITEEA with the help of state leaders, school administrators, teachers and safety specialists to address important safety issues. Included are safety products and services provided by professional societies, federal and state agencies, and STEM supply companies.
Click here to view ITEEA's Safety Page
ITEEA's Now Offers Ongoing Safety Micro-Badging Sessions
ITEEA's STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™'s Safety micro-badging 10-hour professional development series focuses on safety in the STEM classroom and consists of ten one-hour sessions on a variety of safety topics. Participants may register for any number of sessions, from one to ten. Participants may take sessions in any order, after the initial release date.
Learn more about ITEEA's Micro-Badging Sessions
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