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Interactive 3D in the Classroom: Bringing Out the Creator in All Students

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT

Interactive 3D in the Classroom: Bringing Out the Creator in All Students

Presented by Steve Isaacs, Education Program Manager, Epic Games; and Cathy Cheo-Isaacs, Education Specialist, Epic Games
Moderated by Kristi Hemingway, VP of Content & Creative Strategy, EdCuration

Sponsored by Epic Games
Hosted by EdCuration

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Interactive 3D is everywhere, from games and entertainment to architecture and beyond. The demand for real-time 3D skills is skyrocketing around the globe, growing over six times faster than the job market overall according to a 2019 report by Burning Glass Technologies. As this technology expands beyond traditional video game design and development into other disciplines, more employers are seeking designers, developers, and artists with these skills. View this edWebinar to learn how Unreal Engine, Fortnite Creative, and Twinmotion can easily be incorporated into any curriculum, and leave ready to inspire the next generation of creators!

Educators are introduced to interactive 3D and real-time technology across various industries, including advertising, game development, architecture, engineering, automotive, film, and entertainment. Demand for real-time skills will outpace the market by 600%. This edWebinar shares free teaching resources using Unreal Engine, Fortnite Creative, and Twinmotion. Educators leave with an understanding of the suite of Epic Games’ interactive 3D resources, and their potential to prepare students for real-world skills using industry-standard tools. Professional development opportunities are also shared.

This recorded edWebinar is of interest to middle and high school teachers, librarians, school and district leaders, education technology leaders, and esports coaches and directors.


Steve IsaacsAbout the Presenters

Steve Isaacs is the education program manager at Epic Games. His mission in this role is to support educators and students in exploring career opportunities that leverage interactive 3D skills. Prior to his role at Epic, Steve was a public-school teacher for 28 years, teaching game design and development as well as other courses related to creative uses of technology. Steve enjoys spending time with family and friends. His hobbies include video games, biking, snorkeling, hiking, and live music.


Cathy Cheo-IsaacsCathy Cheo-Isaacs is an education specialist at Epic Games. Cathy’s former roles include teacher (game design and development, technology), professional development leader, event production and community management, and business owner. She is the wife of Steve Isaacs, mom of two daughters, a professionally trained pastry chef, and loves theater, tech, food, ‘Cuse, and little red cars. Cathy tries to live aloha each day and likes to yell.


Kristi HemingwayAbout the Moderator

After serving many years as an elementary and secondary teacher, Kristi Hemingway transitioned to the role of instructional coach and professional developer, working with teachers to improve literacy practices and helping districts across the country implement new curriculum and instructional strategies. She is a journalist whose writing can be found in local and national publications, and has worked internationally to develop and deliver trainings, workshops and instruction for a wide variety of audiences and institutions. Using her communications background, she’s happy to be leading EdCuration’s podcast, Where We Reshape Learning, and spearheading Explorations and #EdTrustees.


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Unreal Engine

Founded in 1991, Epic Games is a leading interactive entertainment company and provider of 3D engine technology. Epic operates Fortnite and develops Unreal Engine, which powers the world’s leading games and is also adopted across industries such as film and television, architecture, automotive, manufacturing, and simulation.


EdCuration’s mission is to get better resources into classrooms faster to increase student success. To this end, we run the Certified EdTrustees program, bringing together aspiring educational leaders to review and pilot instructional resources and provide feedback to the developers regarding how to improve those learning solutions. EdTrustees who love the piloted solutions advocate for their adoption by their school or district.

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Wednesday, May 4, 2022
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