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ICMAB Teaches Students About Science and Technology with 3Doodler Pens and Imagination

by  | 3DPrint.com
"Rodríguez and Guillermo de Andrés put together the two-day YoMo workshop, called “Bridg3D: Learning, Engineering, Playing with 3D Printing Technology.” It allowed students to be scientists for a day, thanks to the popular 3D printing pen 3Doodler. ICMAB clearly favors the 3Doodler, having used it last summer in a course the organization designed to teach high school students about materials science. "

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Mar 10, 2017

by  | 3DPrint.com
"From kindergarten through high school, I was involved in a creative problem solving organization called Odyssey of the Mind, which later became Destination Imagination. This non-profit organization is led by volunteers, with kids of all ages joining teams and solving problems together in a short skit that incorporates various skills, such as improvisation, building, acting, and learning. I am still involved with the program as an adult, as a judge. My father coached my team, and my mother coached my sister’s team; both of our teams advanced to the state tournament a few times. You also had to participate in small challenges as a team on the day of the tournament, like building the strongest bridge you could out of mini marshmallows and toothpicks. This actually sounds a little like an activity that the 
Institute of Materials Science in Barcelona (ICMAB) held at the recent Youth Mobile Festival Barcelona (YoMo)…only their activity involved a 3D printing pen."

 https://3dprint.com/167425/icmab-3doodler-workshop/

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