It is with much gratitude that we take a moment to thank you for another great school year with 3Doodler EDU.
We are very excited to share some of our favorite STEM tweets from the 2018-2019 academic year with you.
From technology and engineering, to math and science, it is so wonderful to see your classroom bloom through STEM.
Did your favorite STEM tweet not make the list?
Share your favorite posts with us on social media because we are all about STEM in the classroom.
@BIS_library students have some fun with EdTech in their new maker space.
— Tania Castillo (@BIS_library) May 1, 2019
This @pmsmakerspace student made a model of Captain America’s shield!
— Jennifer Beach (@pmsmakerspace) May 1, 2019
@JillMoniqueEdu’s students lift Georgia’s coastline off of the map through creating 3D models of the southern state’s lighthouses.
@LFLions 5th grade TAG Ss are learning about Georgia’s Coastline. This lesson spotlights Georgia’s lighthouses. The Ss are creating 2D & 3D models. @3Doodler #fcsvanguard #technology #creativity pic.twitter.com/1UdDxHFRcV
— Jill (@JillMoniqueEdu) January 24, 2019
@mrjonesteaches guides 7th graders in building 3D structures with the Create+.
— Mr. Jones (@mrjonesteaches) January 24, 2019
@NJBarbieri’s 2nd grade classroom sees if dune fences lessen erosion through an innovative experiment.
“Dune fences actually work??” 2nd graders used @3Doodler pens to make dune fences and tested to see how they could prevent/limit erosion #STEM #STEAM #edtech #Education #Makerspace pic.twitter.com/5Ebr9jOc6J
— Nick Barbieri (@NJBarbieri) February 13, 2019
Here are @MrsBecknauld’s students hard at work making atlases in Geography class.
— Ashley Becknauld, M. Ed. (@MrsBecknauld) February 21, 2019
STEM students love the focused fun of creating rollercoasters in @RahRahReading’s library!
— Chelsea Brantley (@RahRahReading) February 23, 2019
The students of @D83Spartans engineer their own corner bookmarks in STEM club.
— D83Spartans (@D83Spartans) February 27, 2019
@clasurdo’s maker space students engineer models of monumental inventions.
— Claudia Lasurdo (@clasurdo) March 19, 2019
@siencmatters has her students create a new species with adaptations that suit their environment.
— Ellen Peterson (@siencmatters) March 20, 2019
@MelissaKempski’s classroom investigates perspective with 3D pens.
— Melissa Kempski (@MelissaKempski) March 27, 2019
@kippdohm’s students lift their code off of the screen with 3D pens.
Thanks to the AAPSEF for the grant for @3Doodler! Excited 3rd graders @A2Dicken turn their code from @hopscotch into tangible art! Students practiced the engineering design process from @PLTWorg by evaluating their work and changing their code #A2Engage #STEAM @A2SchoolsSuper pic.twitter.com/UF5eObdGhW
— Katie Kipp Dohm (@kippdohm) April 4, 2019