Saturday, November 28, 2015
December 3D Printing Challenge-Holiday Cookie Cutters!
3drpintingforbeginners.com blog, feel free to borrow this December challenge idea from me.
Once I get my "sample" cookie cutters printed, I'm planning to try putting out some play dough to let students see the cookie cutters in action. I don't have an oven in the library, but perhaps I can also bake some real cookies to bring in before the break.
If this embed of my Google Doc doesn't display well, you can view it at this link.
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Labels: 3D printers, 3D printing, cookie cutters, holiday cookies
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
My #AASL15 Adventures (#myaasl)
For a couple of years now, my "main" method of note-taking from conferences and other events has been tweeting and favoriting tweets by others attending the same event. Here's my summary of my experiences and take-aways at last week's amazing American Association of School Librarians' conference, told through Twitter compiled with Storify, one of my favorite storytelling tools:
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Labels: #aasl15, #aaslunconf, #myaasl, AASL Conference, conferences
Sunday, November 1, 2015
EdTechTeam San Diego Summit
I learn so much from these professional development events, both as I prepare my sessions and interact with the attendees, and, of course, from all the great sessions presented by others. Two of the items on my "to do" list after this summit are piloting Imagine Easy's new Google Scholar, which will be replacing Easybib.com soon, and sharing Soundtrap with students and teachers at my school.
It was also fun meeting up with some of the members of my 2014 Mountain View Google Teacher Academy, Adina Sullivan, Dan Bennett, Mark Rounds, and Ryan Archer:
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