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This model of a "droogmakerij" is made to help teachers to explain how a droogmakerij works.


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Created by Shina and Matthijs for 3D-printing 2015 - ICT in de Wolken Amsterdam.

They made a model of a droogmakerij and seperate models of the water during summer and winter. This was done to help the geography teacher to explain about how this works. To color the model they used paint and nailpolish to make sure that they could potentionally use real water on the model.

ICT in de wolken is a collaboration between three Montessori high schools in Amsterdam. The project is intended for high school students who are seeking more challenge within the existing ICT education. Partners of the project are universities and different national and international companies.

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Having taught Environmental Geography at Stirling, I've learned a few things about students doing their projects online. They rarely use teacher's help and mostly copy paste the designs in the open database. But this time, we had an interesting task at SUGS or Stirling University Geography Society: models by cheap essay writers UK https://cheapessaywriter.co.uk for asset management UK companies.

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