For today’s ISTE post, I thought I would cover a couple of the sessions I attended that were related to coding and makered. Leah LaCrosse (@llacrosse) and Jon Jarc (@trendingedtech) spoke about the ways they have used the design process with their classes as the students worked with digital modeling for 3d printers. They included … Continue reading Makered at ISTE
This week, I will be at TCEA in Austin with my fabulous colleague, Angelique Lackey. We will be presenting together on Tuesday. Our session is called, “10 Sure-Fire Ways to Light Up Your Curriculum.” The hour-long session starts at 1:15 in Room 19B. It is about using the Project Ignite website to introduce your students … Continue reading Visit Me at TCEA 2017!
I have zero vision. When I first heard about 3d printers, I thought, “Isn’t that what factory machines do? What’s the big deal?” (I’m also the person who thought drones were just fancy versions of remote control airplanes.) If you are as skeptical as I was, here are a few articles and videos that might change … Continue reading The 3d Printing Revolution is Just Beginning
The long-suffering Flat Stanley no longer has to endure the indignation of postal journeys. Karen Bosch and her students have developed a 21st century solution to Stanley’s travel woes. They created 3D Stanley’s! Download one of the .stl files from their site, and print the “Stanley” of your choice with your school’s 3d printer. Then take … Continue reading 3D Stanley
UPDATE: When published, the book title evolved to Beauty and the Beak. You can learn more about it here. And you can read about Deborah Lee Rose’s newest book, Astronauts Zoom! here. Deborah Lee Rose is an author who recently worked with a raptor biologist, Jane Veltkamp, to write the non-fiction book, Beauty and the Beak. … Continue reading Beauty’s Beak
It’s always fun to see the progress of Kickstarter projects you’ve backed. I got one of the first batch of 3Doodlers way back when, and things have really changed: new filament colors, tons of project ideas, a 2.0 version, and accessories. 3Doodler is a 3D printing pen that requires no programming – just patience and … Continue reading 3Doodler Start