There’s an oversized, gold and garishly ornate throne inside my classroom. While those who sit upon its red, velvet pillow feel quite special, they know that this seat comes with awesome responsibility. All eyes turn towards the seated as he or she communicates ideas, feedback, and skills. And, it has become increasingly clear to me
As part of Ripple’s $29 million donation to fund every active project on DonorsChoose.org, more than 200 new 3Doodler projects have been funded representing an estimated 10,000 students. This donation represents a $125,000 commitment made by the cryptocurrency company to support 3Doodlers in classrooms across America. We agree, this is the #BestSchoolDay !
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“By incorporating tactile learning into a regular lesson plan, came this totally inclusive way to teach the same subject… and made it not only accessible for the visually impaired student but also more fun for the teacher and the rest of the class.” – Neal McKenzie STEM for the Visually Impaired Is it
It’s been 5 years since we received your generous support on Kickstarter, which propelled us to where we are today. As we celebrate our 5th birthday, we wanted to share a bit about our story. Our initial $2.344 million campaign on Kickstarter in 2013 still ranks #76th all-time on the platform for money raised