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Opportunities for 3D printing in Hybrid Education

Natalija Budinski EMAIL logo , Zsolt Lavicza and Tony Houghton
From the journal Open Education Studies

Abstract

In this paper, we present 3D printing examples that we developed and unitized for hybrid teaching during the global pandemic. We highlight the benefits of 3D printing in classrooms and opportunities for developing different knowledge and skills, starting from mathematical and technological knowledge to communication and collaboration skills. During our activities, we used GeoGebra for 3D printing preparations, it was also utilized for online students’ activities, while supporting theoretical background students gained in real classrooms. Since 3D printing technology in the classroom is at its beginnings, the presented observations are highlighting teaching new kinds of strategies supported by 3D printing.

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Received: 2021-03-29
Accepted: 2022-08-22
Published Online: 2022-10-11

© 2022 Natalija Budinski et al., published by De Gruyter

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