3D Printing in STEM curriculum.

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According to Pitsco Education,” They provide science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) classroom solutions. Afinia a 3D printer supplier has teamed with Pitsco to enable 3D printing in classrooms. Pitsco provides 3-week courses that can be incorporated into any STEM curriculum. Pitsco offers a vehicle engineering kit that allows students to 3D paint vehicle parts. Another project comes with free software called 123D Creat. Students use the software to make objects such as medallions and game pieces. Pitsco is further exploring ways to incorporate 3D printing into English and language arts, for example, by 3D printing characters and letting students write stories about the characters.¨




2 thoughts on “3D Printing in STEM curriculum.

    babl said:
    June 11, 2015 at 6:31 am

    123D Creat It’s a free software.

    Anonymous said:
    June 18, 2015 at 8:47 pm

    It’s really good information about 3d Printers so kids will learn more from this website too.

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