Impresión 3D como un recurso para desarrollar el potencial matemático

Álvaro Nolla, Angélica Benito, Carlo Madonna, Seong Suk Park, Marco Busatto

Resumen


Este trabajo recoge las experiencias con el uso de la impresión 3D en un club de matemáticas de Madrid que se llevaron a cabo entre los años 2017 y 2019. Tras el análisis de las producciones de los alumnos se distinguen cuatro tipos de proyectos que se pueden trabajar en un aula de matemáticas con el apoyo de la impresión 3D que fomentaron el trabajo colaborativo.


Palabras clave


Clubes de matemáticas; impresión 3D educativa; talento matemático

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18172/con.4999

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