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3D Printing in the Classroom
Recorded April 12th 2022

3D Printing is a personal passion of mine and a large focus of our STEM solutions. Once considered out of reach and cost-prohibitive for the classroom, 3D printers have recently found their way into nearly every school. Whether you are an expert, novice, or still crossing your fingers to get one in your building, this session is for you. Our group of expert panelists will discuss printing tips they’ve learned and implemented, curricular connections, and amazing project ideas. It's never been easier or more cost effective to begin your 3D printing journey - why wait? Plan on joining us to learn from our experts in the field!

About Our Host
Karleen is the Education Consultant for Boxlight. Serving as our education expert and product specialist, she provides in-depth product demonstrations. Karleen is an experienced educator, coach, trainer, professional development leader, and presenter. She holds her Masters and Education Specialist degrees in Instructional Technology, Media & Design as well as certifications in Special Education, Math, Instructional Technology, and endorsements for Reading and Online Teaching. 

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Meet our Panelists

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Science Teacher & STEM Enthusiast
Twitter: @sottilescience

Aaron Sottile is a science and STEM teacher at Calavera Hills Middle School in Carlsbad, CA. He has taught a variety of STEM courses for 21 years in both the Santa Barbara and Carlsbad Unified School Districts. Aaron currently teaches 8th grade science and Project Lead the Way STEM electives Design & Modeling, as well as Medical Detectives. His Design and Modeling course received the Impact Award from the Classroom of the Future Foundation for implementing innovative instructional modules that connect students to the design process utilizing both high tech methods like CAD drafting & 3D printing, and low tech solid modeling opportunities. Aaron helped develop the makerspace at Calavera Hills Middle School and enjoys learning alongside his students.

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Director of Instructional Technology / Teacher (3D Printing, Robotics, & MS Tech)
Twitter: @HagedornScott | Facebook | LinkedIn

Scott Hagedorn has taught over 20 different STEM courses. Currently he is teaching 3D Printing & Robotics as
well as serving as the Director of Instructional Technology at Sabine Pass ISD. His class has 12 3D printers, and
has used 8 different brands of 3D printers over the years as well as a Glowforge.

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Founder Robo 3D printers, Director of STEM Boxlight
Twitter | LinkedIn

Braydon Moreno is the co-founder of Robo 3D - a desktop 3D printer designer and manufacturer from San Diego, CA. Robo 3D was bootstrapped in 2013 on a dining room table in San Diego, CA. Since then, Robo has raised over $1,000,000 on crowdfunding and developed two 3D printers. After Robo's acquisition of, a 400+ K-12 3D printable STEM curriculum platform, Braydon has forged a path towards bringing STEM to more classrooms around the world. Robo 3D and MyStemKits were acquired by Boxlight in April 2020 and Braydon is now the director of STEM at Boxlight.