Build an Artificial Hand


Educational Innovations Blog

by Donna Giachetti

Designing and building an artificial hand is a great science fair or classroom project.  It’s also a vivid, “hands-on” way to get your students thinking about how such robotic limbs are used in society and industry.  Whether your students work individually or in teams, this activity is a fantastic experience in creativity, problem solving, STEM, and engineering.  Plus, for some students, it may even lead to a future career inspiration!

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3D Printing in the Palm of Your Hand


Educational Innovations Blog

By Laurie Neilsen

I’ve wanted a 3D printer for a long time, but I live in a small apartment where space is limited.  That’s why I was thrilled when Educational Innovations, the company I work for, started selling 3D pens.  They’re much smaller and more affordable than 3D printers, and they don’t require any special computer programs to use.

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We Want YOU!



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By Tami G. O’Connor

Do you have something you’d like to tell us? Are you ready to share your story with your fellow teachers?

It could be a unique lesson that your students love. Or a clever anecdote about teaching that others might enjoy. Do you have a favorite science gadget or demo that gets your students revved up and ready to learn?

Please tell us! You can write to us at newsletters@TeacherSource.com. We look forward to hearing from you!