3D Printing in Education: Ready-made model/design lesson
- Visit http://www.iste.org/standards/iste-standardsto view the Standards for Teachers.
- Explore these links (some are repeated) to find a model/design that someone in the maker community has developed and shared. You will design a piece of instruction around the model, using an ISTE standard (or standards) you have chosen.
Chosen this model for the essay: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/mv-skeleton-3116
- Design the lesson. Please include:
- What ISTE standard(s) are you addressing? (5 points)
- Who is the audience/learner? (5 Points)
- What subject area(s) will the lesson cover? (5 points)
- What is the timeframe for the lesson? (5 points)
- What materials will be needed (multiple prints of the design/model? Others?) (5 points)
- What pre-requisite skills/knowledge do the students need to be successful in the lesson? (10 points)
- Describe how you will use the model to augment your instruction. (40 points)
- How will you assess student understanding of the lesson content? (10 points)
- How will the design/model be helpful in conveying your instructional message to your students? (15 points)