Around this last “lack” and necessity this project is structured. To this end, it is proposed:
Design a specific training of teachers that includes: a) technical and didactic aspects of 3D design and printing; B) knowledge about the service-learning methodology centered on visual impairment.
Develop and edit a didactic unit related to 3D printing linked to the learning service, including a teacher’s guide and an associated student mini textbook.
Train teachers in this regard to implement both ideas in the classroom.
To implement in the classroom the learning of 3D printing, with the aim of generating useful objects for the visually impaired, in particular school plans, as well as plans of outpatient clinics, hospitals, metro stations, urban routes maps, etc.
Involve students with visual impairment in the process of learning competencies in 3D printing, including the design, preparation and / or evaluation of the “3D objects” produced.
Make available to the community of people with visual impairment such objects. Depending on the number and quality of “manufactured” objects, they will be donated to the “mapped” places (hospitals, museums, etc.).