Fitting out 3D printing learning spaces for STEM works schools
STEM Works is a $250 million investment by the South Australian State Government to provide 139 schools with modern STEM facilities to enrich teaching and learning – with modern integrated learning areas which may consist of small group learning rooms, individual breakout spaces, laboratories, collaborative learning spaces and outdoor learning areas.
Many STEM works schools have been busy with the first part of their modernisation – the physical construction / refurbishment of buildings and facilities. But excitement is just around the corner as they near completion and are ready to be fitted out with specialised learning areas and open for teacher and students use!
If you are a STEM Works primary school and are ready to fit out for your specialised learning area, why not start with a 3D Printing learning area?
Makers Empire complete 3D printing solutions for K-8 schools aligns well with the STEM Works program to give your teachers the specialist facilities they need to:
– inspire innovation and creativity – check!
– stimulate imagination – check!
– challenge students – check!
See how Australian schools are using Makers Empire in the classroom to achieve STEM Works program objectives in these school-made videos:
1) Inspire innovation and creativity
2) Stimulate imagination
3) Challenge students
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Ideal for those wanting to gauge Makers Empire's suitablity for their individual school. For district deals, please choose Book Demo.
Ideal for those budget planning, those who want to learn if Makers Empire is a good fit and those who have lots of questions.
Ideal for those who are short on time and those wanting to learn more about integrating 3D design and printing into the K-8 classroom.