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The Next Generation: 3D Printing Academy for Girls | MakerBot

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15 Fun & Easy STEAM 3D Printing Lesson Plans from MakerBot’s Thingiverse

There’s only one thing more satisfying than being part of a 3D printing project, and that’s teaching othershow to get involved with the additive manufacturing game. A few weeks ago, Netherlands-based 3D printer manufacturer Ultimaker launched its ambitious 3D printing Pioneer Program through which school teachers and university staff can share useful tips and resources…
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3D Printing Terminology 101: Learn Your Lingo with MakerBot!

Posted on the MakerBot Media Center on August 30th, 2016, by Jessica Adams   At MakerBot, we believe the easier the user experience, the more you can focus on developing your ideas. Whether you’re already 3D printing or just starting out, learning how to read, write, and talk about your process with the right terms can…
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Winners of the Future Engineers’ Star Trek™ Replicator Challenge Visit MakerBot

Posted on the MakerBot blog, on Monday, August 15th by John Feinberg Contact us to learn more about MakerBot 3D Printers. Download MakerBot in the Classroom and the MakerBot Grant Guide Back in April, we announced MakerBot’s participation in the Star Trek Replicator Challenge, a 3D printing challenge developed by Future Engineers that was calling…
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Improve Retention: 8 Lesson Plans That Reinforce STEAM Learning for Students

Posted on the MakerBot Blog, Thursday, July 28, 2016 by Jessica Adams Contact us for information on MakerBot 3D printers, or for more information on lesson plans for STEAM educators. Download MakerBot in the Classroom Enhance STEAM learning in your classroom with engaging challenges like building racecars, creating 3D puzzles, designing airboats, and more! MakerBot…
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MakerBot Grant Guide Helps Schools Get Funding for Desktop 3D Printers

Posted on the MakerBot blog on Friday, July 15, 2016 by John Feinberg Contact us for your PDF copy of the MakerBot Grant Guide Download MakerBot in the Classroom From kindergarten classrooms to college makerspaces, educators across the nation are incorporating desktop 3D printing into their educational plans with great success. In PS 121 in…
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An Interview with MakerBot’s Mark Palmer: Transforming Product Design with Desktop 3D Printing

Posted on the MakerBot blog, Thursday, July 7, 2016 by Stan Spring Desktop 3D printing can forever change how designers work. Take it from Mark Palmer, MakerBot’s Head of Experience Design. He leads a team of industrial designers to develop new products for MakerBot. Day in, day out, he and his team rely on our 3D printers and…
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Elevate Learning with Tinkercad and MakerBot in the Classroom!

Posted on the MakerBot Blog by Jessica Adams on June 9th, 2016 Download your full copy of MakerBot in the Classroom. “Your imagination has a home in Tinkercad.  This 3D world of fun shapes and colors allows you to create and print whatever you want – it’s all up to you.  Tinkercad makes it easy…
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7 Fun & Easy Lesson Plans to Jumpstart 3D Printing in Your Classroom

Posted on the MakerBot blog by Jessica Adams on Friday, June 3rd, 2016 “Are you ready to take on a learning journey that keeps students motivated and engaged from start to finish?  The MakerBot Learning Team’s got a great collection of 3D printing lesson plans to help get you started.  You’ll reinforce complex STEAM concepts…
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Thingiverse MakerEd Challenge 2.0: Share Your 3D Printing Lesson Plans

Posted on the MakerBot blog, 5/16/2016 “Desktop 3D printing is transforming the way educators teach 21st-century skills by enabling students to tackle real-world problems in clear, tangible ways—at any grade level.  Integrating 3D printing in the classroom, however, isn’t easy and finding lesson plans can be challenging. To encourage educators who have experience with 3D printing…
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