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How are teachers using 3Doodler?

STEM

Whether you are teaching science, technology, engineering, math or any cross-curricular combination, the 3Doodler can be used to instantly add an element of arts and design as a complement to technical skills.

Tactile Learning

Students who have trouble grasping abstract concepts can touch and feel the results of a quick three-dimensional build to get a feel of an object in real space. Create visual aids or add a new dimension to existing objects.

Prototyping & Invention

Students can take ideas from their brains to the real world in no time. The 3Doodler allows anyone to create objects and solve problems with no complicated design software.

Computational Thinking

Students can learn to break down complex problems and objects into simpler shapes and designs, then Doodle the parts together to create a larger system. 3Doodling brings a physical element to teaching concepts fundamental to computer science.

Arts & Design

We believe anyone who employs "thought and craft"—who both thinks and makes—is creative. Doodling inherently adds a creative, artistic element to all projects. And everyone has their own style, like everyone has their own handwriting.

How does the 3Doodler work?

Good news! No complicated software required.

3Doodler is the world’s first (and best!) 3D printing pen. It works by extruding heated plastic that cools and hardens instantly, allowing you to literally draw in the air. With the 3Doodler in hand, users can lift their imaginations off the page.

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Where are educators Doodling?

School Classrooms

Hands-on access for students working individually or in groups. Create personalized projects with less waiting time and bottlenecks.

Makerspaces and STEM Labs

3Doodler is a versatile tool for any space dedicated to making. Students can get started easily and have complete freedom to create.

Libraries and Media Centers

Learning commons help bring 3Doodler access to the wider community. An easy intro to 3D printing with little training required.

Camps, Museums and Workshops

Bring activities to life! Give participants the chance to start and complete a project, and take it away with them.

Getting started is a simple as 1, 2, 3D

We have plenty of resources to help you and your students get started and level up your Doodling skills.


Project Stencils
Hundreds of free projects and instructional guides


Hot Tips
An array of tips and tricks curated by our resident pros


Videos
How-tos, tutorials and activities for you and your students


User Guides
Manuals and guides to learn all the basics for Doodling

Free lessons
for teachers,
by teachers.


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Lesson Plans

We are committed to supporting you with curricular materials that inspire and make it easy to create. Our growing collection of projects & lesson plans are available to download for free. We encourage you to adapt or modify any of these materials to meet your needs and those of your students.


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Bite-size Design Challenges

Projects prompting students to work together to solve real-world problems. Check back throughout the Summer and Fall as we add more Design Challenges!

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