Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will. – George Bernard Shaw
Why a 3D Printing Lab In School?
3-Dimensional printing is a revolutionary and innovative technology that can truly introduce new methods of learning and understanding concepts that traditional means can’t. As the costs of the devices continue to come down and their applications increase, there is no doubt that this is an emerging technology that will become more common place, and more valuable, in education.
From 1980’s ......Revolution of Computers and 2D-Printers
EARLY 1980’s MOST COULD NOT UNDERSTAND ….WHY?….Computer Labs
BY 1990, EVERY SCHOOL & UNIVERSITY HAD ONE …LAB
....To 2017’s Stepping Into the New Frontier
of Learning Revolution in exploring innovative ways of LEARNING
Using the technology of 3D Printing & Robotics to help teaching across STEM Modules of more complex scientific and mathematical ideas .
"Why is it Right Time to Implement 3D Printers at your Schools??"
ATL (Atal Tinkering Labs) is an Initiative of Indian Govt. It is a work space where young minds can give shape to their ideas through hands on do-it-yourself mode; and learn innovation skills. Young children will get a chance to work with tools and equipment to understand the concepts of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). ATL would contain Educational and Learning ‘DO IT YOURSELF’ Kits and Equipment.
Financial Support AIM will provide grant-in-aid that includes a one-time establishment cost of Rs. 10 lakh and operational expenses of Rs. 10 lakh for a maximum period of 5 years to each ATL.
Knowledge Creation Through Action
To Create services that matter to Students and Support Teaching and Learning, Learn from our 3D Printing Courses
- Practical Proactive Approach for fabrication of 3D models
- Encourage Creativity and Innovation
- Expand our conception of the act of making
- Eliminating the Knowledge Gap between Academics and Professionals
- Skill-Based Instruction and Conceptual Exploration