This is the last addition to the series of 3D printing and documenting student learning. These original posts document a project from beginning to completion as well as includes student examples of how DE Board Builder can be a transformative tool for documenting student learning. Enjoy! Original blog post in May 2015 on iCreate iLearn
So you and your students have a 3D printer…. now what? The following two posts were originally posted on the iCreate iLearn blog as well as shared in the monthly webinar 5 Ways to Use Discovery Education. Each post explores several different web based tools for having students create with 3D printing as well as ways
By Emily Sigman In celebration of Space Day, we’re featuring student work from Mineola Middle School in Mineola, NY. Mr. Vince Interrante’s fifth grade students worked in collaborative teams to explore the solar system with the goal of finding a location that may be able to sustain life and be colonized in the future.
Last week we shared a special board for your students to use as they explored concepts related to Earth Day. In that board, we challenged students to create boards to showcase what they’ve learned about taking care of our planet. Here are a few of our favorites. Discovery Educator Patti Grammen’s student responded to
How can Discovery Education resources and Minecraft be used to build deeper understandings of curricular concepts? Here is just one way to use both of these powerful resources to engage students actively in learning and creation. To build background knowledge about different types of communities, I started by using Board Builder from Discovery Education. Board
Imagine 3D printing is a new technology that can really transform the learning environment in a school. With all new technology it is sometimes very difficult to imagine if you don’t understand what the technology can do. In our journey of creation with 3D Printing, we started with printing designs that had already been created