The College School
Learning Through Creative Curriculum
Huddled over graph paper, carefully sketching the dimensions of toy blocks, sixth-graders in he College School (TCS) at the University of Delaware eagerly learn how to create models to code into their 3D printer.
A nearby display case showcases masterpieces created by earlier classes: An orange pyramid with a portion cut away, revealing hidden tunnels. A yellow castle, complete with turrets and battlements. And, perhaps most impressive of all, a teal-blue diagram of an animal cell, dissected to show the features within.
Integrating a 3D printer into the curriculum isn’t just fun and games.
The College School specializes in educating students with language-based differences, social/emotional issues and auditory processing disorders.
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