Maker’s Empire officially launched this week at EduTECH 2014 Australia.

On hand was Roland Peddie, CTO Maker’s Empire, who was at the conference demonstrating Maker’s Empire 3D design tablet app and explaining Maker’s Empire “Learning Program — design and 3D Printing” for schools.

Roland Peddie, “EduTECH, as expected, was a great platform for making an official launch of Maker’s Empire.

We had many inquiries from teachers interested in how Maker’s Empire could help them introduce design and 3D printing into their classrooms.

We gave them on the spot demonstrations of our 3D design tablet app and showed them the lesson plans, aligned with the Australian National Curriculum, we have developed that they can immediately use in the classroom.

They were happy to hear they did not need to learn CAD or have any technical expertise!”

“Thank you again to Bruce Jackson, CEO 3D Printing Systems, for hosting us. We look forward to working together now and into the future and helping everyone experience the magic of design and 3D Printing”

Makers Empire: Better learning by design

Makers Empire helps K-8 teachers teach STEM/STEAM concepts, design thinking principles and 21st century learning skills using 3D printing. Our pioneering 3D solutions for schools — 3D Learning Program and Learning by Design Course — include 3D modelling software, over 100 curriculum-aligned lesson plans and professional development. Makers Empire is used by thousands of teachers and hundreds of thousands of students in Australia, the USA, Asia and Europe. Join our community today!

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