Skip to main content

Using 3D printed manipulatives to promote active learning

Ryan Hansen, an instructor in the Department of Mathematics, is combining 3D printed manipulatives with custom crafted active learning activities to excite, explain and interest students in the mathematics that they are learning (and also in 3D printing).  

3D printed manipulatives from the math and data sciences school at WVU

The manipulatives, designed by Hansen and others, are used in introductory through upper-level courses.

Read the full article on Mountaineer ENEWS