NVBots Releases New Lesson Plans for 3D Printing in the Classroom
NVBots has launched a new set of lesson plans, available through the
NVLibrary, featuring 3D printable components.
Aligned to the Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards, the newest lessons include Introduction to 3D Design, 3D Printing for
Prosthetics and Introduction to Engineering.
"For 3D printing to truly be embraced and integrated within a school, adoption needs to be simple and NVBots makes that possible," said CEO
AJ Perez in a prepared statement. "Teachers taking advantage of our NVLibrary lesson plans are able to easily weave 3D printing into their
existing curricula, allowing them to expose students to the real-world application experiences necessary for confidence building. The result?
They are able to challenge the status quo and innovate in ways never before thought possible, ultimately bringing their ideas to life."
The company will be releasing new lesson plans "in the coming months," according to a news release, based on teacher recommendations. Among
others, some upcoming plans will focus on the "geography and history of Greece, the cotton gin, the Trojan horse and the USS Monitor."
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