Your library computers can handle free 3D modeling | Learn How| Extensive video course

Free design software that can run in a Chromebook browser makes it easier than ever to dive into the world of teaching 3D modeling in the classroom! You can be an expert in teaching 3D modeling with just a bit of practice! As long as you have internet-connected devices, all middle school STEM programs can include 3D design (and hopefully printing!). But even without a 3D printer, there is a lot of learning that can happen with screenshots.
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Outline of Included Lessons

What is included in the free lesson plans:

Section 1: Getting Familiar (each lesson includes an in-depth video explanation)

  • Getting Started and Controls
  • Using the Workplane
  • Grouping, solids, holes and color
  • Other collections and Shape Generators
  • Tools: Align, Flip, and Snap Grid
  • Cool tool: Duplicate
  • Practice and More Practice

Section 2:  Teaching 3D modeling (each lesson includes a video explanation)

  • Lesson Sequences
  • Student Handouts  (Both filled in and not filled in)
  • Design Criteria for First Projects 
  • Turning in Projects 
  • Common Student Issues and FAQ 
  • Extra Resources

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What is Puzzle Shift Create all about?

The goal is to help students become creators of any type and to develop a middle school course, named Innovative Arts, which gives kids the support and resources that they need to get started creating.

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