You might have expected another sp🎃🎃ky email for this month’s newsletter, but we figured you had enough of those in your inbox. Instead, we celebrate an international holiday today – International Internet Day! Over the past half-century, the internet has evolved into a massive (and essential) part of our everyday lives. Let’s explore our favorite online STEM resources!
What is your favorite internet resource? There is a countless amount, so we would like to hear from you! Mention us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn and we will share it with our followers. Here are a few of ours:
Our favorite easiest-to-use 3D printer is the 3DWOX1. At $1,249 it is probably not as expensive as you thought it would be…especially if you check out all of its cool features:
The 2X has additional features such as a dual nozzle for multi-color prints, voice guidance, and material expansion. And if you are looking for lessons to teach with 3D printing, it conveniently comes with free standards-aligned curriculum! The Sindoh Success Pack is K-12 curriculum with learning objectives, success criteria, and step-by-step instruction for teachers. If you already have a 3D printer, the Sindoh Success Pack can still be used with any 3D printer, it just isn’t free without a Sindoh printer…
The Georgia Educational Technology Conference in Atlanta is November 3-5. At GaETC you can come see award-winning speakers, revolutionary techniques, and (our) game-changing technologies! Register here to see us at booth #415.
We are making the short drive to Indianapolis on November 10-12 for the Hoosier Educational Computer Coordinators conference. Almost our whole team will be at HECC, so come meet us at booth #141! Register here.
Memphis, TN is waiting for Christine and Brad as they head to the National Association of Extension 4-H Youth Development Professionals conference from November 16-18. In-person registration is all booked up but you can still attend online!
Corey is making her short drive to the New York State Association for Computers and Technologies in Education conference in Rochester, NY from November 20-23. Since she couldn’t make it to HECC, come see her here! Register in-person or online here.