Bring your laptop or Chromebook and get started with TinkerCad for designing for 3D printers. Pick up some tips and tricks to help you unleash your creativity.
Learn a New Skill, Tips, and Tricks for creating using Tinkercad
Create and Make Time with your New Skill
Connect and Discuss ideas for designing playful learning using 3D printing Enter the No Tech – Low Tech – High Tech Playful Learning Challenge
Tony Galle has been an educator in Vermont for 18 years. He’s a former Art teacher with a passion for technology (in his artwork and personal life). Having completed a Master’s degree program at UVM with an Education Technology focus, he now works as the Technology Integration Specialist at St. Albans Town Educational Center. Tony built his first 3D printer in 2014, and he now combines his expertise with SketchUp and TinkerCad and his experiences with 3D modeling to teach students of all ages how to create.