We ventured to create a complete 3D printing experience with tutorials, self-learning videos, a 3D dictionary, and classroom materials. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced user, we support your 3D printing journey.
We cater to both teachers and students, empowering educators to enhance their teaching with 3D printing and guiding students as they embark on their 3D printing journey.
Our project has reached Estonian vocational schools, free schools, and interest groups through collaboration. We're partnering with the Estonian Inventors' Union and the Academy of Engineering.
Our 3D printing materials benefit teachers and students, and we've introduced a 3D printing elective for various specialities.
Our 3D classroom is evolving with six printers and plans to add a 3D scanner and drawing computers for enhanced learning.
The 3D classroom, with six printers, offered endless possibilities for students and teachers. It fostered innovation, particularly in prototyping and reverse engineering. We plan to expand it with a 3D scanner and drawing computers to create a complete learning laboratory.
Innovative learning environments with tools and technology promote hands-on, project-based learning, fostering critical thinking and creativity.
Teachers actively pursued professional development to enhance their innovative teaching skills, benefiting students with engaging learning experiences. In this evolving educational landscape, teachers who stay updated, including incorporating 3D technology, are better equipped to meet students' changing needs, demonstrating their dedication to high-quality education and inspiring innovative thinking.
Impact and output
Student interest in 3D printing grew, attracting learners from various disciplines. This enthusiasm extended beyond our school, fostering collaboration with educators in Pärnu and gaining international attention, notably in Turkish schools.
In conclusion, the popularity of 3D printing among students rose, promoting collaboration among educators. Our website's impact spanned across borders, reaffirming the importance of 3D printing in education. Partner schools achieved their objectives and built strong relationships as a result of our project.
More information is available at: https://www.project3dvet.eu/
- Project locations
- Project category
- VET schools
- Project year
Association of Kayseri Education Culture and Youth
KAYSERİ/MELİKGAZİ-Central Vocational and Technical Anatolian High School
Practical Training Center in Jastrzebie-Zdrój
Budapest Complex Vocational Training Center Weiss Manfréd
Tallinn University of Technology - TalTech