This week we read about how 3D printers can change the way we think about education. I learned that having 3D printers in our classrooms would capture interests of students, stimulate interaction during class, create tangible aids, and hands on learning through 3D models. Kayla mentioned it would be a good idea to ask students what is meaningful to them that they would like to create. I think that’s great advice. Not only do we give students opportunities to create what is meaningful to them but to make their work feel valued and personalized.