STEM Goals Reached at DCC


These middle school students tackle using their 3D Magic Pens at one of the learning stations part of a recent block day activity in Tara Kramer’s 7th grade computer class at DuBois Central Catholic Middle School. The 3D Pen allows students to turn a two dimensional item into a three dimensional reality, expanding imaginations as art stimulates creative thinking. Such activities help students problem solve while meeting DCC’s STEM goals. Kramer adds, ”I love giving students the opportunity to be creative and think outside the box with hands-on learning that requires collaboration and problem solving.”

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