3D printing: a powerful new curriculum tool for your school library

This beginner's guide to 3D design and printing provides educators with lessons, tips, and instructions for integrating these technologies into the K-12 standards-based curriculum.

It includes an appendix of resources for school librarians to get the most out of three-dimensional design and printing and suggests practical lesson ideas for integrating 3D printing into language arts, math, science, and social studies. It focuses on 3D printing as a tool to engage students in curriculum content and promote hands-on, problem-based learning with a focus on authentic, practical application.


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Subject(s)Design and technology
Author(s)Lesley M Cano
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Shelf reference006.5 CAN
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x8vfh

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