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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

3D Math and Science

Today a parent who is a researcher asked me some questions about math.

I replied that he was probably working with the tools that are the future of math learning. I asked if he mostly uses 3D models and software. Of course, the answer was yes.

It's time that we look for ways to build our math and science programs out to greater use of animated 3D models. Also it's really important that it's not just the students whose parents are buying them 3D creation programs like Minecraft or Lego Mindstorms that are getting the chance to learn in this way, but instead all young students.