10 May

Bringing 3D printing to geography, biology, history and maths classes

Bringing 3D printing to geography, biology, history and maths classes

Many Australian schools and students are currently using 3D printing for their design and technology curriculum, however, there are many other applications including geography, chemistry, biology and home economics where 3D can add value to the student experience with improved learning outcomes. 3D printing encourages creativity by allowing students the opportunity to see, hold and test their ideas.  Introducing 3D printing into the classroom provides students with the same technologies they’ll find in their future careers. It allows students to turn an idea or concern into a physical object. Exploring new student applications for 3D printing Students and teachers are discovering and expanding 3D applications to enhance learning in their schools to help …

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