3D print the missing piece

We all lose pieces to toys, games, and puzzles, especially in a school setting. One of the benefits of having a 3D Printer in the classroom is being able to recreate a missing piece. Not only is it nice to have the part back, but the process of recreating it is a great learning opportunity….

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3D Printing in the Classroom

Now that we have had the 3D Printer in the classroom for a few weeks, I am even more convinced of its relevancy and opportuneness for any STEM Curriculum.  The alignment with several ISTE-S Standards (formerly NETS-S) is very clear, specifically Creativity and innovation, and, Technology and operations concepts. The NMC Horizon Report 2014 Higher Education Edition lists…

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