3D Design for Education Resources

To create 3D models allows for creative thought and problem-solving in assignments where students develop new tools or products, and can be a collaborative activity that builds students’ teamwork skills. 3D printing can be easily integrated into active learninggroup work, and case-based learning.”  – Excerpt from Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning

Virtual Reality for Education Resources

“Virtual reality can be used to enhance student learning and engagement. VR education can transform the way educational content is delivered; it works on the premise of creating a virtual world — real or imagined — and allows users not only see it but also interact with it. “   – Excerpt from Adobe XD Ideas

Code Blocks are puzzle-piece shapes that are used to create code in Scratch. The blocks connect to each other vertically like a jigsaw puzzle. Series of connected blocks are called scripts.

Blocks are often easier to work with than text-based programming, as one has to memorize the commands typed and syntax errors may occur. However, text-based programming is more flexible, as blocks cannot be easily edited.

– Excerpt from Scratch Wiki