Using Real-Life Problems To Teach Students to Design Authentic Solutions
In this project, students from Brookwood School in Manchester, MA are 3D designing and printing solutions to problems posted by members of the Brookwood community. Putting student designers in touch with people in need of a 3D designed and printed solution leads to "win-win" opportunities for all involved.
For more information about Brookwood's Collaborative Design Project, pairing Middle School Students with Senior Designers from our Community, Please visit the below links.
Media About Our Project:
For more information about our 3D Design Problem Bank, see our just-released article in Make Magazine, spend some time looking through our website or contact Rich Lehrer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: Rich Lehrer, Brookwood Innovation Coordinator and creator of the Brookwood 3D Design Problem Bank Project, is also a National Faculty Member for the Buck Institute for Education, PBS Digital Innovator, Ultimaker Pioneer, and the former Education Coordinator for the Enable Community Foundation. For more information about Rich's work, please visit his website.
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