Tinkercad Students

Tinkercad Students

3 Stripes

Tinkercad, the free, online 3D design and 3D printing app.

Now that you have explored TinkerCAD yourself, have your students start creating!

1. In your Tinkercad account, click Teach at the top menu, and select your classroom role.

2. Create an approval code, good for a week, which you can write on the board or email your students.

3. Ask your students to create Tinkercad accounts.

Students age 13 and over:

  • enter country, birthdate, email address, and password to create an account
  • start Tinkering immediately! No moderator required.

Students age 12 and under:

  • enter country, birthdate, username, password, and parent OR TEACHER email address to create an account.
    • if they enter a parent’s email, the parent will receive an approval email, and can follow instructions to be added as an additional moderator. Note that if the child uses a Teacher approval code they’ll be fully approved under teacher moderation immediately upon code entry, and the parent’s actions are extra.
    • If they enter your email, disregard the approval email you receive, as the Teacher code approval process works outside of the standard parent approval. They’ll be fully approved under teacher moderation immediately upon code entry.
  • exit Lesson to reach the Tinkercad profile page
  • enter Teacher approval code in the box
  • start Tinkering immediately after code entry!

4. Moderate your students age 12 and under: click on your user icon in the top-right corner of the page, and select the “Moderate Kids” option from the drop-down menu. You can manage their designs and account settings, and reset lost passwords.

 

Resources:

TinkerCAD tutorials for Students

Earn Your Stripe!

  • Have students create an object from scratch using TinkerCAD.
  • Download the .OBJ/.STL file and upload it below OR take a screenshot and upload it below.
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  • This tool allows students to demonstrate the ability to choose, use and troubleshoot current technologies.
  • This tool allows students to create collections of artifacts that demonstrate meaningful connections or conclusions.
  • This tool allows students to represent data in various ways.
  • This tool allows students to develop, test and refine prototypes as part of a cyclical design process.
  • This tool allows students to choose the appropriate platforms and tools for meeting the desired objectives of their creation or communication.
  • This tool allows students to demonstrate an understanding of and respect for the rights and obligations of using and sharing intellectual property.
  • If students follow step by step tutorials instead of teacher instructions
  • If students go back to previous steps in their lesson to review a skill
  • If students design an object
  • If students 3D print their object

Alignment to the ISTE Standards and to SAMR is intended to help teachers understand the roles these technologies have in creating learning experiences. They are not meant to be concrete classifiers. Any other suggestions on the alignment of these may be forwarded to the Instructional Tech Dept. ISTE Standards for Students, ©2016, ISTE® (International Society for Technology in Education), iste.org. All rights reserved.

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