3D Printing and Bulletin Boards

In May of 2014, TCEA moved into a brand new office space. It’s a wide open space that’s been decorated with appealing artwork and artifacts from TCEA Conventions past throughout the staff and conference center. But we have ONE bulletin board in the staff Commons Area. It is your typical 4 x 6 bulletin board that you would find in a school setting. I must admit it doesn’t receive much attention, so I have kind of deemed myself the captain of the TCEA bulletin board. After all, as a former teacher of 24 years, decorating bulletin boards is in my blood.

This past December, as I was mulling over the new bulletin board, I decided to take a maker approach and get the TCEA staff to participate. I took a three-fold approach with the December-February bulletin board.

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