Steven is an Instructional Technology Coordinator at Arlington Public Schools, Virginia. Steven uses PrintLab Classroom lesson plans to supplement his existing curriculum and he captured our attention by sharing the amazing work of his students on social media. Scroll across to see some examples of how Steven's students are using 3D printing and below you can read more about Steven and his views on 3D printing.
An amazing example of how a student showed off her design-thinking in PrintLab's Assistive Bottle Opener lesson plan. Students began with research on arthritis and other circumstances that would require people to use assistive tools. Scroll to the right to see the resulting 3D print of her design.
Various student designs for an assistive bottle opener to support users with arthritis or a weak grip to open screw cap bottles.
The 3D printed outcome of a functional wrench, designed by a student at L.J. Hauser Junior High School.
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