I was recently introduced to Donna Wotton (Executive Director @ Ticonderoga Revitalization Alliance) and I can tell you…it feels pretty great to have someone get excited over my outlandish ideas. 

As someone who always loves to learn, I felt compelled to create classes and document my progress on new projects. Perhaps teaching classes at Wes World nights and weekends for all ages. Maybe this would be called Teaching Tech to Ti

Students these days are growing up with 3D Printers, Arduino’s, YouTube, Raspberry Pi’s, VR, AR, HoloLens 2, Bots, Google Glass, Unreal Engine, iPads, Oreo “The MOST STUF”, Drones, Lions and tigers and bears, oh my!

It’s exhausting to keep up with technology on a daily basis. How can you try to keep up?

Timeboxing: allocates a fixed time period, called a timebox, within which planned activity takes place. It is employed by several project management approaches and for personal time management.

If you want to learn anything new: 

Warning: There is audio and it’s loud so turn your headphones / speakers lower first. 

I wanted to get back into product design, 3D design, Shapr3D, my 3D Printer (Prusa MK2.5) so I thought this would be a great exercise to quickly timebox

My preferred way to learn is to timebox something new I want to learn and get in the zone. 

Timebox

Start: Tracing: 11/4/20 @ 9:30pm
End: 3D printed in two tone: 11/5/20 @ 5:00am

Presented to Donna