After the students read this post, they will get inspired to make some good things in the class. Inspira Academy suggests some solutions for students to learn 3D Creation more fun. Actually those solutions are also able to be used in Robotics learning, yet this time, those solutions want 3D Printing become the main topic. The solutions, that refer to MakerBot.com, have been used by Inspira to make the lesson plans work in studies of 3D Creation and Robotics. All the lesson plans, that are arranged, are all the things that students need to follow. It is because Inspira looks forward to making the students successful with 3D Creation and Robotics in the classroom. The students will follow the easiest ways, so they can get more experience of 3D Creation and Robotics. Here are the lesson plans that Inspira Academy will do.
The students are directed by instructors to use the simple learning materials. As example, they apply easy-to-use software to design their 3D models, such as SketchUp from Google. SketchUp Google is reliable software that makes the students think that 3D Creation is easy to study. This is the software that can help the instructor to manage the 3D printing process in the class. In addition to SketchUp, there is Thingiverse that can actually be used by the students to get the 3D models. Thingiverse is able to be the example of an easy classroom implementation and inspiration of project based-learning. Furthermore, the students must focus on STEAM. Quoted from MakerBot.com which talked about the robotics team at Carl Hayden High School learn how to build the robot that uses the 3D printing process and rely on STEAM. Like the Carl Hayden High School teacher said,
“[The] students have to be creative and be able to think critically and solve problems. If they can do those two things, no matter their profession, then they can be successful.”
So, are you ready to get started? Let’s get started here! 🙂
Inspired by: MakerBot.com