Teachers are using 3D printing across the curriculum in an expanded pilot

3D-printingStudents at a Massachusetts charter school are getting a first-hand look at what it's like to integrate 3D printing into their curriculum.

Teachers at The Sizer School, a North Central Charter Essential School, began piloting curriculum with NVPro, a 3D printer from NVBOTS. The 3D printer is now incorporated into teachers’ lesson plans on a larger scale.

“The Sizer School offers an interdisciplinary approach to education that is both inclusive and intellectually challenging,” said Linda Tarantino, Instructional and Technology Integration Coach at...

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