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Latest Lesson Plans

ACTION FIGURE
By: Ben McInnes
Grade/s: 5, 6
Subject/s: Mathematics, Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

Students were challenged to design a character that has particular strengths and abilities. These were then used to play a game based on wellbeing, persistence and challenge.
SPILL PREVENTERS
By: Sage Othams
Grade/s: 2, 3, 4
Subject/s: Mathematics, Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

To design and evaluate the effectiveness of their designed device to prevent water bottles on tables from being knocked or spilled. 
IMAGINARY THINGS
By: Mandy Fox
Grade/s: K
Subject/s: English
Format: Printable unit plan

This is a literature study around books with imaginary characters where the children will create their own imaginary characters.
WATER WHEELS
By: Liam Fawcett
Grade/s: 5, 6, 7
Subject/s: Geography, Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

In this lesson plan, students will learn how the water wheels have been used historically and give the students opportunities to design and improve their own designs.
SOLVING A CLASSROOM NEED USING 3D PRINTING
By: Chris Bailey
Grade/s: 2, 3
Subject/s: Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

The Unit of work will include:
POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR TOKEN
By: Shauna Wood
Grade/s: 2, 7
Subject/s: Technologies
Format: Printable unit plan

Students to recognise positive behaviours in the You Can Do It 5 keys behaviour system to design and produce a 3D token.

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How Students at Richmond PS Learned English by Making 3D Printed Furniture for a Dollhouse

Makers Empire News / 16 Aug 18

How Students at Richmond PS Learned English by Making 3D Printed Furniture for a Dollhouse

When classroom teacher Diana Harris was considering what 3D printing furniture project to do with her students, she was inspired by her students’ own personal experiences in coming to Australia. Diana’s class at Richmond Primary School in Australia has an Intensive English Language Program as her students are all newly arrived in Australia. So when...

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How Joseph P. Tynan Elementary is Using Design Thinking & 3D Printing To Empower Students

Makers Empire News / 29 Jul 18

How Joseph P. Tynan Elementary is Using Design Thinking & 3D Printing To Empower Students

As a 3rd-5th Grade STEM teacher at Joseph P. Tynan Elementary School in Boston, Christopher Burdman (above, left) is used to coming up with interesting ways to teach Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects. Last year, his school was selected to be part of the GE Additive Education Program, which gave them access to 3D printers...

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How West Lakes Shore PS Students Solve Sustainability Issues with Design Thinking

Makers Empire News / 25 Jul 18

How West Lakes Shore PS Students Solve Sustainability Issues with Design Thinking

Wondering how to use 3D printing and Design Thinking as authentic teaching tools in a primary, elementary or middle school environment? Be inspired by students from a school in Australia who used them to help solve multiple sustainability issues within the school community. West Lakes Shore Primary School was one of almost 50 South Australian schools...

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