Whether you teach engineering or history, 3D printing allows you to create vibrant classroom aids and design projects that truly engage students.
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Simple ideas for:
- English Teachers: Help your students print and design the setting of the novel you are studying.
- History Teachers: Design or download historical artifacts to let your students get up close and personal with a piece of the past.
- Math Teachers: Make it easier than ever to understand complex geometry concepts by letting your students hold the shape in their hands.
- Science Teachers: If you find that your students are squeamish about dissections, try downloading a frog model instead.
- STEM Teachers: Make the design cycle more intriguing by allowing the students to actually create their objects. If a print fails, students are able to problem solve and tweak their design to create a successful print.
- Art Teachers: Fill your classroom with prints of your favorite sculptures, or let students make their own digital sculptures.
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