3D Printing in Education: Ready-made model/design lesson


  1. Visit http://www.iste.org/standards/iste-standardsto view the Standards for Teachers.
  2. 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

  1. Design the lesson. Please include:
  2. What ISTE standard(s) are you addressing? (5 points)
  3. Who is the audience/learner? (5 Points)
  4. What subject area(s) will the lesson cover? (5 points)
  5. What is the timeframe for the lesson? (5 points)
  6. What materials will be needed (multiple prints of the design/model? Others?) (5 points)
  7. What pre-requisite skills/knowledge do the students need to be successful in the lesson? (10 points)
  8. Describe how you will use the model to augment your instruction. (40 points)
  9. How will you assess student understanding of the lesson content? (10 points)
  10. How will the design/model be helpful in conveying your instructional message to your students? (15 points)

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