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As a growing number of K-12 school districts set their sights on creating active, engaging learning environments, a creative, tech-based learning revolution is taking hold—where student utilize tools such as 3D printing, wearable computers, robotics, automation, and other innovations that support an active, hands-on learning environment. 21st century students are performing learning tasks in the classroom that were previously out of reach and even unthinkable.
This white paper will help district administrators, school leaders and classroom teachers to better understand the role that 3D printing can play in improving student engagement and learning outcomes within the context of some of the most important academic movements in education today.
In this whitepaper learn how several schools – early education to high school level – utilize 3D printing in the classroom to help students develop valuable skills and practice persistence, communication, and teamwork. These seven ideas will help your students gain experience in design and problem-solving through 3D printing while building their science, technology, engineering, and math skills. These lessons learned will last each one of them a lifetime.