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Our upcoming 4-day 3D Printing for Educators workshop covers all you need to know to get started 3D printing with youth in your learning space - including a 3D printer of your own!

Focused on technical training, 3D design for beginners, and resources for continuing on your own, this workshop provides a ton of information for bringing 3D printing to your school or organization.

One of our past participants had this to say about the workshop: "Having four days to actually explore, print, and try new things with a supportive community has been fun, educational, and energizing!"

Interested? Get all the details and register here: http://dhf.io/3dprintingeducators
Are you interested in 3D printing but don’t know how to get started? Our 4-day workshop teaches you everything you need to know in order to 3D print in your learning space. We’ve designed our curriculum with technology instructors in mind, but have opened it to all educators.
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Inspire the minds of young Makers!
Register today to be part of our educator workshops! Learn to take your classroom or learning space to the next level by incorporating creative, hands-on projects and modern technologies to help youth excel in creative problem solving and analytical thinking.

Classroom Makerspace Workshop
Our multi-day workshop teaches you how to get started making in your learning space! A kit of materials and equipment to jump-start making at your organization is included in this workshop.
Friday, February 20 & Saturday, February 21
More Information & Registration: http://buff.ly/1FTR8jg

This multi-day workshop includes all of the following:
- An Overview of the Maker Movement
- Our Instructor’s Guide to Classroom Makerspace Resources
- Activity Guides for Maker Activities that you can implement
- Hands-on Maker Projects With Our Mentors
- Resources and Guides to Create Your Own Maker Projects
- 12-Month Access to DHF’s Online Classroom Makerspace Resource Portal
- Tips & Tricks for Making with Youth

KIT: Your very own Makerspace in a Box with materials and equipment based on workshop projects
Are you interested in Making but don't know how to get started? Our multi-day workshop teaches you how to get started making in your learning space! We’ve designed this workshop for anyone with the imagination to start making with youth wherever they are.
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Check out it fun and simple tutorial on how to make a character in Inkscape.
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Meet Maryland’s Magical Makers | via EdSurge News http://buff.ly/1zT1zRQ
“Schools kill creativity” has become a refrain heard around the world, thanks largely to Sir Ken Robinson’s now-famous TED Talk. But he may want to take a trip to Maryland, where a grassroot community of parents, teachers and technologists now offer homegrown programs to spark the Maker spirit th
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Digital Harbor Foundation is giving away 3D printers to schools, but there’s a catch!
The catch? Students and educators have to come up with a business plan for their 3D printer. The Federal Hill-nonprofit wants to scale its maker-based education model nationally.
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Join us for our 3D Printing for Educators workshop and receive a 3D printer for your learning space, all the training you need to get started, and many ideas and resources for how to use 3D printing with your students!

Early Bird pricing has been extended to Saturday, Feb 28!

Register today: http://dhf.io/3dprintingeducators

The workshop will take place over two weekends: March 14, 15, 20, and 21.

Contact us at contact@digitalharbor.org with any questions!
Are you interested in 3D printing but don’t know how to get started? Our 4-day workshop teaches you everything you need to know in order to 3D print in your learning space. We’ve designed our curriculum with technology instructors in mind, but have opened it to all educators.
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Never used Inkscape? Check out this video and get started learning the basics!
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Check out it cool and simple tutorial on how to make a vector logo using Inkscape.
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Digital Harbor Foundation is giving away 3D printers, but there's a catch http://buff.ly/1CwouTj
The catch? Students and educators have to come up with a business plan for their 3D printer. The Federal Hill-nonprofit wants to scale its maker-based education model nationally.
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Albert Einstein once said “I never teach my pupils, I only attempt to provide the conditions in which they can learn.” DHF has been providing this to youth that use our space and now you can be a part of the Maker movement. Volunteer today: http://bit.ly/DHFvols
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Innovation, Tech Advancement, Entrepreneurship. Through Education.
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Providing digital age educator development opportunities; inquiry-based student programs and a curriculum focused on digital literacy, maker activities, and tech workforce development; and unique lab settings for the beta testing and validation of the next generation of educational technologies, the non-profit Digital Harbor Foundation fosters innovation, tech advancement, and entrepreneurship through educational initiatives in our hometown of Baltimore and beyond.