Konica Minolta is pleased to share the 8 Step Guide to Implementing 3D Printing in Australian Classrooms for educators in delivering or evolving their 3D digital fabrication facilities.
3D printing has emerged as a valuable and inspiring learning platform for students and teachers alike.
3D printing can be used to communicate often difficult concepts and ideas, spark creativity, deliver new education experiences in STEM education subjects, promote crucial lateral thinking skills such as design thinking, and foster new methods to design and manufacture parts, products in ways previously not possible.
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.