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One of the biggest reasons there isn’t a 3D printer in every home—yet—has nothing to do with price or availability. It’s the fact that if you want to design and print your own objects, you need to know how to use relatively complex 3D modelling software. So MakerBot has updated its free PrintShop iPad app to include a new feature that can photograph and easily convert your hand-drawn sketches into 3D models.
The idea of teacher collaboration just makes sense: why be an island when you can get together with like-minded professionals and share ideas and glean knowledge from each other? But, it's easy to get caught in a collaboration rut—a place where you're simply trading ideas and then heading back to your classroom to implement lessons that are less-than-your-best. But we want more for you—and that's why we've pulled together five easy ways to help you collaborate better.
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