Congratulations to all the Year 9 DigiSTEM students who recently completed two days of workshops at the Geelong Tech School.
Students worked in a range of programs to:

  • 3D-print a mobile phone stand
  • prototype objects for a disaster zone using Fusion 360 (Project Partner: Field Ready)
  • design bee-friendly urban environments using TwinMotion visualization software
  • experience a Virtual Reality escape room
  • create e-textiles using Adobe Illustrator, laser cutting and Lilypad components

Thanks to the Clonard staff & GTS facilitators who helped the girls to sharpen their Design Thinking and prototyping skills.