Grade: 6 - 9 Subject: History, Geography
This project moves beyond looking at pictures on the internet or textbooks of monuments in Washington D.C.. Students are able to test their spatial awareness and recreate these monuments while learning about their history.
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Keven Rinaman is the Director of Technology at Calvert Catholic Schools in Tiffin, OH. A few years ago, wanting to stay with current trends, Calvert Catholic Schools purchased a MakerBot Replicator for use in the classroom. Keven has gone to work with teachers in grades 3-12 to create projects utilizing the technology, most notably with the Washington D.C. Monument project.
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