Indian students using 3D Printing



Sometimes all we need is a little spark and the right technology to ignite unexpected innovations.

Igniting innovation is challenge produced by 3Dexter to promote innovation in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM).3Dexter is inviting all the educationist to think of the most innovative ways to explain academic concepts with the help of 3D printing technology, and educationist include students too!

With governments taking steps like ATAL Innovation Mission to promote experiential learning and imparting practical knowledge in the classrooms, 3Dexter joins the initiative of tinkering the young minds.And when it comes to academics, who can better innovate than the teachers and the students themselves.

The Challenge is as simple as it sounds! Really.

Participant has to create a lesson plan!. The lesson plan should primarily consist of the following things:

  1. A project Brief
  2. Learning Objectives
  3. Concepts covered
  4. How is 3D Printing used?

Sounds easy right?

Submit your lesson plan and tell us how we can integrate 3D printing.3D printing has the potential to revolutionise the indian classrooms and our young generation has the the potential to make the best use of it.

Then what are we waiting for, let’s make sure every students gets a chance to exploit this technology.If you can visualise, you can create.

Submit a lesson plan to be part of our growing community of educators

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Judging Criteria

Who can judge it, better than the students themselves.
We believe that students deserve a chance to select the best mode of imparting knowledge.So giving full authority to the students, we let them vote!.
All the lesson plans will be displayed on 3Dexter’s online portal, where the students can vote for the best and most interactive lesson plan.More votes,More will be your chances of winning.
Now you know who to lure in order to get the maximum votes and win the Igniting Innovation challenge.
Let the tinkering begin.
Innovator Challenge