MakerBot Educators Guidebook, Vol. 3 (2021)
Covering a crash course in 3D printing and how to begin integrating the technology into the classroom, along with projects spanning Robotics, Engineering, Mathematics, Science as well as projects for Art, History, and Music. Also included, a collection of techniques and tricks developed by educators already experienced with 3D printing, and more!
Weight: 1.25 lbs
Dimensions: 8 1/2" x 11" x 0.3"
Part 1: The Ins and Outs of 3D Printing in the Classroom
How to begin applying 3D printing in the classroom and how 3D printing projects are categorized based on students’ level of involvement with 3D printing. Find out how to use 3D printing in a hybrid/remote classroom and how to use the Design Thinking process with 3D printing.
Part 2: The X, Y, Zs of 3D Printing
The basics on how 3D printers work and how to use them, including a recommended list of different 3D design programs to start out with.
Part 3: Get to Know Your MakerBot 3D Printer
Learn how each of our MakerBot 3D printers work and how to best use MakerBot CloudPrintTM software for your classroom.
Part 4: Curriculum Project Ideas
Find projects in multiple subjects ranging from Natural Sciences, Engineering, Robotics, and Mathematics to Art, History, and Music.
Part 5: Teachers’ Tricks of the Trade
Discover different tricks and tips that educators have discovered in their journey with 3D printing. Suggestions included in this chapter will help you better leverage 3D printing in the classroom.
Part 6: 3D Printing Beyond the Classroom
See how 3D printing is used by professionals working in various industries today and how your students can use similar applications in the classroom.