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  • Mr. Almena's avatar
    Hi Everyone. Two years ago I acquired a 3D Printer and have successfully implemented it for use in my graphic design course. I've had students solve everyday problems by creating products and printing them. This year my school district placed a 3d printer in every school and we've seen some interesting things happen in the classroom such as increased collaboration, self created learning environments and makerspaces. I'm beginning to realize that I need to catalog these findings and tell other teachers about it and so I'm here to shamelessly plug my blog and hopefully begin a dialogue with you about 3D Printing in the classroom. I'd love to hear your thoughts and discoveries.

    Plus this weekend I'll be in Sacramento, California for the Education for Careers Conference located at the Sacramento Convention Center. If you also plan to attend and wish to connect to discuss 3D Printing please contact me via Edmodo or my webpage.

    Thank you so much for your time. I appreciate it. The link is below.
    Hi Everyone. Two years ago I acquired a 3D Printer and have successfully implemented it for use in my graphic design course. I've had students solve everyday problems by creating products and printing them. This year my school district placed a 3d printer in every school and we've seen some interesting things happen in the classroom such as increased collaboration, self created learning environments and makerspaces. I'm beginning to realize that I need to catalog these findings and tell other teachers about it and so I'm here to shamelessly plug my blog...
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  • Mr. Easton's avatar
    SOLE. Student Online Learning Environment. Looking for ideas, lesson plans, links..etc. Anyone out there using this in their classroom??? Appreciate any feedback.
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    Want Project Based Learning Science Projects?
    Watch BIE National Faculty members Charity Moran and Jesse Robinson, discuss two science projects, "A Home for Everyone" (LINK: http://bit.ly/1xCcpYe) and "San Diego Bay Biodiversity" (LINK: http://bit.ly/1DWMul1).Then use their Project Design Overviews and Student Learning Guides as models for your Science projects. Share this with a teacher!
    Want more? Check out the other BIE National Faculty projects in the Project Search on BIE.org: http://bit.ly/1DWMul3
    Want Project Based Learning Science Projects?
    Watch BIE National Faculty members Charity Moran and Jesse Robinson, discuss two science projects, "A Home for Everyone" (LINK: http://bit.ly/1xCcpYe) and "San Diego Bay Biodiversity" (LINK: http://bit.ly/1DWMul1).Then use their Project Design Overviews and Student Learning Guides as models for your Science projects. Share this with a teacher!
    Want more? Check out the other BIE National Faculty projects in the Project...
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  • Mr. Artis's avatar
    Here are the January 9th and January 16th Broadcasts of iTEACH - The Tar Heel Teachers Radio Show. The other broadcasts will be posted soon!
    January 9th - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEn4GjuTz7s
    January 16th - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dxSz_tyi5hQ
  • Mrs. Kelsey's avatar
    I have a bright student in my Zoology class that will be out for the entire semester. Rather than have her try to read a book/notes and learn everything on her own, I would like it to be more project-based. Has anyone done anything like this successfully? I would appreciate any suggestions.
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    Project Based Learning (PBL) often seems best suited for academic subjects, but with a closer look at Gold Standard PBL, and some creative planning, projects have a place in the gym or on the ball field as much as they do in the classroom. Read our new blog by David Reeves of Grounds for Play, and get ideas and tips for how to use PBL in PE. Let us know your PE project ideas in the comments below.
  • Mr. Groom's avatar
    Interested in meshing GBL to PBL, art and design for middle school. Anyone out there want to play?
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    Introducing BIE's Next Executive Director, Bob Lenz!
  • Mr. Artis's avatar
    Here is a behind the scenes look at the February 2015 Episode of Tar Heel Teachers.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gVfbqAHga4
  • Mr. Park's avatar
    What are some video sites other than YouTube? My students are going to be working on a Renaissance/Reformation project and YouTube is not an option, unless they work on it outside of school on their own devices. Thanks.
    • Ms. May - schooltube, and vimeo

      • Feb 18, 2015
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      • Mr. Fletcher - You have to be a little careful with Vimeo - it's a site for video professionals to showcase their work, but some of the projects feature very mature content which are not appropriate for school, so even if your system doesn't block vimeo you may want to be careful with it.

        • Feb 19, 2015
      • Mrs. Coombs - Knowmia is a good source

        • Feb 23, 2015
      • Mrs. Liesfeld - I am working with 6th grade Gifted English classes on a Science Fiction unit. Their PBL involves creating a museum exhibit based upon the Science Fiction book the student chose to read. The teacher has asked me to introduce how to write a proposal for a museum exhibit - in a simplified way. The students will actually be submitting their proposals to the Science Fiction Museum in Washington, DC, even though their official deadline for proposals has passed.

        Does anyone know of a good video, or good site to use, or have any ideas to share? I'm working on this today.
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        • Feb 18, 2015
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At its core, PBL is focused on important knowledge and concepts derived from standards, and skills valuable for today's world, such as critical thinking, collaboration, and communication.

Prekindergarten - Higher Education