Part 9: Building a curriculum around 3D printing

YSoft be3D
Manka Chaloupková
Chief of Engineering, YSoft be3D
3D printing helps teachers of all subjects revolutionize their lesson plans and inspire students. Coordinating the use of 3D printing across multiple subjects can also help students connect topics and gain a greater understanding and appreciation of the world around them.

This simple diagram provides guidance on how you can use 3D printing to bring subjects to life and engage your students in the classroom.

Introducing 3D Printing into the Classroom is a series of articles designed to help educators and IT administrators in education understand 3D printing, how 3D printing can enhance the learning experience and the considerations about the 3D printing ecosystem. Understanding the 3D printing process, how the solution fits into the classroom and how costs, access and usage can be managed are elements of a successful 3D Printing Program.

Part 8: Desiging for 3D printing
Part 7: Successfully introducing 3D printing into your school
Part 6: Finding your perfect 3D solution
Part 5: Creating the right physical environment for 3D printing in Education
Part 4: Building a business case for a 3D printer
Part 3: How much does 3D printing cost?
Part 2: How do you know if you need a 3D printer for your classroom?
Part 1: What is 3D printing and what are the benefits for education?
Manka Chaloupková
Manka Chaloupková
Manka is responsible for leading the development of the YSoft be3D eDee solution. If you prefer listening over speaking this is a list of recommended topics to open in front of her: agile development (only for advanced listeners), air/space crafts (seriously, anything works), movies (can't recall the actors name?) and sports (just pick your favorite: tennis, hockey, biking, swimming...).
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