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Getting Started with 3Doodler - Shared screen with speaker view
Jessica Shupik
18:07
I have a start, but haven’t used it yet. Bummed that I can’t use the same filament in both the start and create.
Jessica Shupik
21:30
The lessons are pretty cool. I’d like to see more for HS math.
Charles Randolph
21:44
Thats great information!
Steven Jones STEM PLN
23:19
This is a great resource for getting started!
Jessica Shupik
24:58
During the summer we started a Drop Everything and Read program, so I made one of our first 3Doodler projects to make bookmarks!
Steven Jones STEM PLN
25:38
How long did it take for them to make the bookmarks? Did they pick it up pretty fast?
Jessica Shupik
26:38
They practiced using the pens for at least one class ahead of time. Then I gave them a basic rectangle shape to follow and they were able to make their bookmarks in a 30 minute class period.
Jessica Shupik
26:58
yes put the coupon code back up!
Paula Rathert
27:08
why do my first graders need these? (PTA will ask if I present)
Charles Randolph
27:10
What is the rough cost for pen?
Jessica Shupik
27:16
thank you!
Jessica Shupik
27:25
that’s 2019 expiration right?
Baziel Pearce
27:27
Have you had any feedback about the use of the intro level pen with early learners, maybe pre-k?
Juianne Ross-Kleinmann
27:30
What is a typical elementary lesson?
Charles Randolph
28:01
Thank you 😀
Baziel Pearce
28:41
Thank you
Juianne Ross-Kleinmann
28:50
why do my first graders need these? (PTA will ask if I present)
Juianne Ross-Kleinmann
29:46
Is there a class pack and if so, how much?
Jessica Shupik
30:52
i work with bigger kids, but they’re awesome for inspiring creativity and making learning tactile
Charles Randolph
31:06
This looks like a good teacher/presenter ISTE STEM playground presentation- iste19
Jessica Shupik
32:07
Spoiler Alert! I’m sending Evie and email right now! The poster session that I’m doing with Steven is going to include 3Doodlers.
Charles Randolph
32:37
Good question Steven
Leah Wyman
33:41
Hi :)
Jessica Shupik
35:37
Any suggestions for VI students using create?
Charles Randolph
36:08
What’s some of Twitter handles we can also follow?
Steven Jones STEM PLN
36:25
Does that mean visually impaired?
Jessica Shupik
36:32
yes steven
Jessica Shupik
37:25
Could you put me in touch with someone who is a resource? I have a VI student who struggled.
Jessica Shupik
38:38
thanks. he’s 19 years old so i don’t want to give him a start
Charles Randolph
39:09
Will do-thanks
Joseph Kleinmann
39:58
Tech information:
Joseph Kleinmann
41:14
Tech information: colors available; tensile strength (how much weight will a filament support without breaking(; diameter range of filaments?
Jessica Shupik
41:25
We looked up objects to build from 2D into 3D. It was so much fun!
Joseph Kleinmann
42:15
Thanks.
Jessica Shupik
42:25
You can use flexi to make a wallet!
Paula Rathert
43:12
You said the filament is recyclable, just in the plastics bin?
Jessica Shupik
43:48
WHAT!?
Jessica Shupik
44:00
I’m going to try it
Paula Rathert
44:08
thank you. Excited to explore
Jessica Shupik
44:24
Just sticking one in the ground out back.
Timothy Cosgrove
44:49
Thanks Evie for such an inspirational presentation! Doodle On!
Juianne Ross-Kleinmann
44:51
Thank you!
Jessica Shupik
44:53
I’d like to share that if you want to see some examples of student work check out our poster session at ISTE 19!
Evie Johnson
44:55
Thank you! :)
Jessica Shupik
45:00
Thanks so much Evie!
Baziel Pearce
45:04
Thanks to all of you, this was great!
Juianne Ross-Kleinmann
45:20
ISTE19!
Joseph Kleinmann
45:20
Thanks Steven, thanks Evie.
Jessica Shupik
45:47
Goodnight. Thanks again!
Baziel Pearce
45:55
Good night!