Although I’ve written about 3D printing extensively here on Armchair Arcade, as well at popular media outlets like TechRadar and Ars Technica, I have not yet focused on its STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math(s)) aspects. The editorial content and infographic that follow from Abby Quillen and Quill help address that.
From STEM to STEAM
How to Use 3D Printers in the Classroom
Teaching STEM Subjects with 3D Printers
Getting Started with STEM Education Using 3D Printers
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