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On-demand webinar: Teaching for the Future

Watch this panel of professionals in engineering education discuss how Fusion 360’s all-in-one platform is enhancing the educational experience for both teachers and students. Learn how it is being used to transform classrooms and programs into dynamic, innovative learning spaces. The way it actively engages students, giving them opportunities to prepare for the societal and cultural shifts shaping the way products are designed and manufactured in the world of Industry 4.0, while equipping them with the skills and knowledge they will need for careers of the future. In this webinar, the panel will discuss:

  • Current challenges facing educators in secondary, post-secondary & technical education.
  • How Fusion 360 has been integrated into their curriculum, what specific skills and concepts they are teaching with it, and how it’s changed how and what they teach.
  • Benefits of using Fusion 360 for engineering education, like its ability to facilitate collaboration, increase creativity, and improve student outcomes.
  • Examples of successful projects students completed using Fusion 360, how the projects contributed to learning, and how the experiences prepared them for future careers.
  • The future of design, engineering, and manufacturing education and what role Fusion 360 will play in it.

Listen and learn how you can help prepare a stronger foundation for learning and ready students for the future of work.

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Nate Baker

Instructor of Manufacturing Technologies
Clover Park Technical College Lakewood, WA, USA

Nate builds skills in electrical & mechanical systems, programmable logic controllers, sensors & actuators, robotics, CNC machine centers & quality assurance to prepare students for jobs in automation, robotics, manufacturing, instrumentation & logistics.

Matt Erbach

Instructor, Precision Manufacturing Engineering
Streamwood High School, Streamwood, IL, USA

Matt is a highly regarded skilled-trades teacher in the U.S. Students in his three-year project-based program learn to earn certifications like NIMS (National Institute for Metalworking Skills) to help them attain successful careers in the skilled trades.

Andrew Hewitt

Department Head & Subject Lead
Design & Technology Aston University Engineering
Academy, Birmingham, UK

Andrew helps students make the connection between classroom and real-world learning through Aston’s challenging and innovative employer-linked academic STEM curriculum, readying them for future success by maximizing their employment potential.

Bryn Jones

Engineering Lecturer
Coleg Manai, Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, Bangor, Wales, UK

Bryn is equipping students with the skills and knowledge employers require to ease the transition into employment, providing work-ready individuals ready to contribute to the overall competitiveness and success of the North Wales economy and beyond.

Iwan Roberts

Engineering Lecturer
Coleg Manai, Grŵp Llandrillo Menai, Bangor, Wales, UK

Iwan teaches vocational qualifications developed in consultation with local employers, providing learners direct-exposure opportunities to industries they will support, creating graduates who are ready to drive economic growth in the North Wales region..

Simon Leigh

Senior Manager, Industry Portfolio & Marketing
Autodesk, United Kingdom

Prior to joining Autodesk, Simon was a Mechanical Engineering faculty member at the University of Warwick, where he taught courses on design, manufacturing, and computer-aided engineering. He now oversees education thought leadership and portfolio marketing, working closely with education users to understand their needs and create content that helps them learn about industry and technology trends.

Lauren Ryland

Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Autodesk Education
Autodesk, San Francisco, CA, USA

As an educator advocate at Autodesk, Lauren s main focus is on the needs of secondary education school leaders, educators, and students. She has spent over 10 years on both the engineering and marketing teams for education teams at technology companies.