3D printing has emerged as a valuable and inspiring learning platform for students and teachers alike.
By many indications, Australia is systematically underachieving in STEM education in a time where 75% of the fastest growing occupations require STEM skills.
PWC’s modelling indicates that in the near future, switching just 1% of the workforce into STEM streams would add $57 billion to the economy over 20 years.
In response to this gap, we are pleased to share this guide for educators in delivering or evolving their 3D digital fabrication facilities; either jump-starting a classroom’s journey in building a new makerspace, or enhancing their existing systems with powerful and scalable infrastructure.
Download the Free Educators 8 Step Guide to Implementing 3D Printing in Australian Classrooms by simply filling in the below form.
Download the Free Educators 8 Step Guide by simply filling in this form
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