As more schools incorporate 3D technology into classroom lessons, educators and others involved in education technology share their opinions about 3D in this article. One science teacher from Rocky Mount, N.C., suggests the technology needs another five years in development. Meanwhile, a teacher from Crestview, Fla., says a 3D program is allowing students and teachers a more in-depth and engaging look at the construction of the human body.
Is 3D technology ready for the classroom?
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