3-D printer enlivens students’ ideas | EDUCACIÓN 3.0 - EDUCATION 3.0 | Scoop.it

In the corner of Jason Steele’s classroom at Oblock Junior High School in Plum, Pa., two 3-D printers whirred softly as they slowly created two objects out of blue plastic thread.

 

Mr. Steele is using the four printers in his eighth-grade technology education classes to allow students to develop a three-dimensional object on a computer and turn it into a physical product.

 


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