High School technology students collaborate with students and staff in the MOVE Program. More info and photos…

Written by on April 17, 2019

Seven high school students from Chris Mars’ technology class visited the MOVE classroom at Tesago to brainstorm with the team some devices and objects they could make with a 3-D printer. The goal is to help the MOVE students communicate better, physically function more comfortably, and access the curriculum more easily.

Here are some of what is being made:

  • keyguards for communication devices
  • an extended arm support for a wheelchair
  • a device that attaches to an arm that holds a paint brush/pencil/marker
  • tactile symbols for the visually impaired students

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