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My goal is to introduce students to new and innovative technology, inspire creativity, and aid in classroom learning.

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3D printer for the Library Makerspace

School:
Dunedin High School 
Subject:
Technology 
Teacher:
Samantha Kennedy 
Students Impacted:
1300 
Grade:
9-12 
Date:
June 13, 2019

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Only $742.95 Needed

 

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Goal

My goal is to introduce students to new and innovative technology, inspire creativity, and aid in classroom learning. 

 

What will be done with my students

Students will be able to expand their classroom learning through the creation of tangible objects as well as be able to use the 3D printer for personal growth in the area of technology.  

 

Benefits to my students

Students will be able to expand their classroom learning through the creation of tangible objects as well as be able to use the 3d printer for personal growth in the area of technology.  

 

Describe the Students

I am the Library Media Specialist in a high school of approximately 1300 students. Our school has an active Architecture, Robotics, and Construction (ARC) Academy program as well as a high concentration of Autistic students. 

 

Budget Narrative

Funds will be used to purchase a 3D printer, pay for shipping, and to purchase filament to use in the printer.  

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 Finder 3D printer by FlashForge $448.00
2 Shipping for printer $215.00
3 Filament for printer (.5KG White) $15.99
4 Filament for printer (.5KG Red) $15.99
5 Filament for printer (.5KG Black) $15.99
6 Filament for printer (.5KG Natural) $15.99
7 Filament for printer (.5KG Blue) $15.99
  Total: $742.95

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