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Posted on January 11, 2015 at 4:30pm 0 Comments 0 Likes
As Educational Consultants, we travel around Long Island and New York City visiting schools, libraries and community groups. Once there, we are always asked the following question: What should we be printing with our 3D Printers to really motivate and fascinate our students?
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Posted on January 10, 2015 at 3:00pm 0 Comments 1 Like
Please tell me what you think of this idea. If you like it- please help me to spread the word. Pete@3dprintingedu.com
Posted on September 3, 2013 at 12:50am 0 Comments 0 Likes
After 30 years as a Science Coordinator and Science Teacher in Great Neck Schools, I have seen a lot of technology advances in the classroom. I retired 2 years ago and have been searching for a new technology to develop for schools. Eureka- I found it!!!! I am now offering Professional Development and support training for 3D Printing enthusiasts in Long Island schools. It has been said that 3D Printing is "the next big thing". I quite agree. Please visit our website - …Continue
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I really enjoyed your video, Peter, and I may check out the puzzle you demonstrate there ... very thought provoking! I'm sorry you thought my comment was about your video.
At the end of your video, there are 6 other videos, and I chose the one on the top left because as a principal, I incorporated some magic tricks and the kids loved it. At the end of his video, another 6 appear there, and again, I viewed the one on the top left. That is the video I was commenting on. It was strange from the beginning, and I turned it off about halfway through. I found it very weird that it would be a recommended link on SL.2. Sorry for the misunderstanding, and keep up the good work! David
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