Melinda Meyer

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Recent Posts by Melinda

Mon Aug 15, 2016 3:03 PM in NGSS UbD Enduring Understandings and Essential Questions
Last year Connecticut adopted the NGSS.  We have been studying the Framework and Standards for over three years and our district is now in the process of writing K-8 UbD curricular units aligned with the NGSS.  I was wondering if anyone in other states that have been aligned for awhile would be willing to share UbD NGSS aligned Enduring Understandings or Essential Questions.  We are thrilled to ge...

Thu Mar 10, 2016 12:49 PM in What 3D printer do you recommend for middle school programs?
We have used a few different brands of 3D printers in our middle school STEM program and they haven't been successful in withstanding the amount of use.  They seem to be broken for the majority of the time.  I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations of brands of 3d printers that are resilient.

Mon Aug 31, 2015 1:50 PM in Which Formlab 3d printer resin would you recommend?
We received a Formlab 3d printer last year. When we went to re-order the resin for this upcoming school year we discovered that they had multiple options. For example: Flexible, castable, and tough. I was hoping someone would be able to share their experiences and recommendations for the different resins.