3D printer maker Stratasys has developed seven new 3D printing education modules, designed for middle schools and high schools. The modules feature a variety of learning objectives and difficulty levels, and are CAD system agnostic. Materials available include a curriculum guide with unit plans and assessments, plus presentations and STL files to support instruction.
The modules will be available for free to Stratasys customers during the 2016 school year.
“The launching of Stratasys’ post-secondary curriculum modules is the first step in providing support to educators and students who are integrating 3D printing in the classroom,” said Stratasys North America Education Manager, Jesse Roitenberg.
Full story at the Stratasys blog.