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  1. #11
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    Our school, unfortunately, does not have a printer. That's too bad, because it would be very useful for the children.

  2. #12
    They understand how they work, and soon they will provide you with a print job. Some American high schools have begun to provide Tinker cad and 3D printing for students aged 10-14, who need educational materials.

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  5. #15
    Nope. Not any. However, with all projects they work with, a 3D printer could be a really great helper for both children and teachers. I've recently read an article about modern technologies and progress in current education system on https://letsgradeit.com/review/24houranswers/. There was a mention about 3D printing advantages for higher education in specific fields, however, they should provide 3D printers much earlier, I think.
    Last edited by Benti; 01-24-2022 at 03:18 AM.

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