Jessica Chung, a teacher and former coordinator at MOUSE, helps turn youths into technology leaders through education. She will be giving a brief presentation on “ReImagining the South Bronx” at the MakerBot Retail Store in Greenwich, CT at 6:30pm on Thursday, August 21st. In the technology-rich project, her students researched, investigated, and then 3D printed a completely reimagined design of their school’s neighborhood. Space is limited, so register now to reserve a spot at this exciting presentation.
From Concept to Reality: About the Project
The STEM-focused project gave students the opportunity to use 3D modeling software to create a new vision for their neighborhood and then 3D print the final products on MakerBot Replicator Desktop 3D Printers. What was initially dreamed up in conversation by a group of eager learners exploring their neighborhood has become an inspiring model for a completely reimagined city. Jessica Chung and her innovative students are just one of many examples of how MakerBot 3D Printers are revolutionizing classrooms around the world.
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