Some school districts are beginning to embrace 3D technology to allow students to take a concept and display it visually. "With 90% of most learners being visual in nature, I definitely see 3D as the next step in curriculum," said Jeff Epps, information technology director for a North Carolina district, where students are creating their own 3D content. In one project, students use the technology to create images from "The Hunger Games" book series.
Is 3D the next step in curriculum?
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