On 3RD and 4th March the Consortium partners of 3D4KIDS project met in Barrow-in-Furness (UK), for the last Transnational meeting of 3D4KIDS project – “Secondary Education for and Through 3D Printing”, hosted this time by the coordinator of the project.

The Italian and Spanish partners were unable to attend the meeting because of COVID-19.
For this reason, they attended the meeting through a well and organized skype call.

The aim of the project is to promote the use of 3D printing in secondary schools. 3D4KIDS is funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ program, Key Action 2 (Strategic partnerships for innovation and the exchange of good practices) and the consortium of the project’s partners is composed by: Furness Academy (United Kingdom), IES José Luis Castillo-Puche (Spain), Srednja šola za oblikovanje Maribor (Slovenia), CEIPES (Italy), CETEM (Spain), STYRIAN TECHNOLOGY PARK (Slovenia) and Pristálica (Spain).

During the meeting the partners discussed about the past activities, and the ones to carry out before the end of the project (30 March 2020).

In addition, all the pilots organised in the various schools and the feedback received were shown.

This meeting was important because the results that the consortium of partners has collected over all 3 years have emerged even more.

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