Meet weekly with peers who are interested in 3D modeling to share projects, tips and tricks, and work together on projects real-time. Choose a project or theme to work on throughout the week to share in our club next week!
We will meet each week on Mondays (Amer) or Fridays (Asia/EU) starting on April 20th/24th.
3D modeling is a useful skill to learn if you are interested in having your creations printed in 3D, designing video games, animating and so much more.
About the Club Teacher
Hi there! I am a progressive educator who finds value in all types of learning and specializes in supporting learners with non-traditional interests. I love getting learners excited about a wide variety of subjects, including coding and 3D modeling, animal science and behavior, optical illusions, oragami, culinary arts, and more. I believe the key to inspiring a love of learning is to make learning fun, exploratory, and creative. Once I can help spark a passion or curiosity in a child through a fun and engaging experience, they tend to take that passion and run with it! One of my favorite education quotes is: “There isn’t a right way to become educated; there are as many ways as there are fingerprints.” -John Taylor Gatto
I have a B.S. in Child Learning and Development and am the founder of a homeschool learning center in Texas. I also have experience in private progressive schools and spend time organizing a semi-annual progressive education conference.
My hobbies and passions include training and volunteering with my Therapy Dog, volunteering at the local rescue, soccer, rock climbing, disc golf, reading, cooking, traveling, and playing board/card games.
Students will receive a list of curated apps or resources when they join.
One hour of live classes each week, and we recommend between 10 min to 2 hours of practive every day.
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