Michele Brezovec is an 'Expanding Horizons Program' teacher at South Meadow School in New Hampshire (US). In recent months, Michele has been integrating PrintLab Classroom lesson plans into her creative 3D printing club. Scroll across to see some examples of how Michele's students are using 3D printing and below you can read more about Michele and her views on 3D printing.
Michele's students expanded their CAD skills by using PrintLab's curriculum, before embarking on their own journey to design a spinning top. The aim was to explore concepts such as friction to create a spinning top that could spin for the longest amount of time.
Once students had designed their unique spinning tops, a class competition took place to see which designs could spin for the longest amount of time.
By following instructions from PrintLab's 'Make your School Name in Braille' lesson plan, students were able to design and 3D print a range of braille blocks, spelling out different words.
In this lesson, students studied photosynthesis before designing and 3D printing a range of self-watering planters. Students will go on to plant seeds in their planters and monitor growth over time.
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