I was lucky enough to present at a regional tech conference here in the Houston area over the weekend. It’s a wonderful thing, when you can network with tech junkies such as yourself. I’ve found that within the school, we’re kind of like outsiders…. crazy, mumbling teachers whose classrooms are dark and scary, a series of bleeps and bloops emanating from beneath the door. So when I walk into a conference and find 3000 people who are JUST LIKE ME… OH! HAPPY DAY!
So my little session was on 3D Printing in the Classroom, which is still a relatively new concept in the area. I was excited to see a few people have one, but overall, there is a lot of mystery surrounding them.
I plan on doing a full write-up here soon, but I promised my session attendees that I would share my presentation and all its resources here, so I’m posting the link for you. If you’re new to 3D printing, there are a TON of resources available in this presentation; just click on the live links to get you there.
Click here to see the presentation!