Tag Archive: edtech

ISTE17 – Live Blog

Howdy! I’m at ISTE in San Antonio, Texas. I’ll be collecting together my posts/videos/tweets about the conference in this post. I’ll also be directing new friends here. If you see me, be sure… Continue reading

The 3D Printer Dance

Add some fun to your next 3D printing demo with the 3D Printer dance. I created the 3D Printer dance to add a kinesthetic element to a 3D printer demo for an elementary… Continue reading

Tactile Writing Prompts

Test Day: The students walk into the classroom ready for a test on the novel they have been reading. They notice an envelope on each desk. The bell rings and the teacher says… Continue reading

Sharpie to 3D Print in 30 Minutes

Go from Sharpie drawing to 3D print in less than 30 minutes using this quick tutorial. This makes a great demonstration to introduce 3D printing. I have used this process with three different… Continue reading

Mobile Makerspace v1: 3D Printer on the Go

My Current Mobile Makerspace I have been carrying my 3D printer (Printrbot LC) with power supply, laptop, filament, tools and camera back and forth between home and school in a large storage container.… Continue reading

Lesson Idea: The 3D Printed Foldable Cube

Here are more than 20 lesson ideas for using a 3D printed Foldable Cube, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:75093, in the classroom. Follow the link to download the 3D file for the foldable cube and find information… Continue reading

Customizing the Learning Environment with 3D Printing

Here are some ideas I shared with a couple of Assistive Technology Trainers about how 3D printers could be used to customize and personalize the learning environment. Customization: A 3D printer can create… Continue reading

Design Make Share: Foldable Tetrahedron Example

How does the Design Make Share method work? Here is an example. PROBLEM/CHALLENGE: How can an object be printed that has smooth sides?  (3D printed object can have a layered surface texture as an… Continue reading

Design Make Share: An Outline for MAKING in the Classroom

Ready to dive into 3D printing in the classroom? Your students and colleagues will be energized by having access to the latest technology. But be careful, if you just start printing without a… Continue reading