The Edelvives publishing house, a pioneer in new educational methods, has chosen Noelia Cava, teacher at SEK-Santa Isabel, to author the Next Steam project, with the new textbooks to implement 3D printing in the classroom.
These textbooks, aimed at Primary and Secondary students, use a multidisciplinary approach and encourage cooperative work, in addition to increasing interest in science and establishing methodological links with ABP, gamification and maker culture, among others.
3D printing is changing the course of history by its application in different fields. There are many uses that are being given to this technology, from the design of artificial limbs to human body organs printed with patient tissues, in addition to the great importance it is having in architecture, in the world of fashion, and of course, in the field of education.
Virtually everything we can imagine today can be printed in 3D. For this reason, the classrooms of SEK-Santa Isabel have four new 3D printers this year so that their students can give free rein to their creativity and imagination, as can be seen in the photograph.