Makers Empire transforms education with 3D design and printing
The Makers Empire Learning Program utilizes 3D printing technology to promote design thinking and help students become better real world problem solvers. We transform 3D printing in the classroom, helping you integrate it into the curriculum and provide all the tools you need.
WATCH MAKERS EMPIRE IN ACTION
GIVING STUDENTS A 21st CENTURY EDUCATION
3D PRINTING WITH THE TOSHIBA GRANT
Step 1 – Make sure you follow the Toshiba Grant Instructions
Step 2 – Once you have worked out your project idea, move to Step 3
Step 3 – Select the Makers Empire Package that fits with your project idea. For example the Makers Empire Value Package ($4999), comes with 2 years of the Makers Empire Program including unlimited teacher/student access, lesson plans, professional development and 2 medium 3D printers (filament, online training included)!
Depending on your project idea, choose the right Makers Empire package for you.
Sample Makers Empire Starter Quote – $2999 – https://dash.makersempire.com/quotes/sample-quote-toshiba-grant-starter-package
Sample Makers Empire Value Quote – $4999 – https://dash.makersempire.com/quotes/sample-quote-toshiba-grant
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Interested in purchasing Makers Empire or 3D printer without a grant, please book a video call to find out more
"...our staff were genuinely impressed... The Makers Empire 3D printing iPad app exceeded our expectations. The design and creative elements of this software have been carefully designed to engage children while opening up numerous educational opportunities and learning experiences. We loved the Teacher (Dashboard) with its support, ideas and integration of the Australian Curriculum. A great way to expose our students to this rapidly emerging technology that will have a significant impact on their lives."
“The software has lesson plans based on many state standards with many modules to choose from. Maker’s Empire can be used to teach science, math and even art, K-12. The 3D-printing course was not as challenging as the grade level I was given — first graders!... However, their enthusiasm and absolute thirst for knowledge is awesome to see. They blaze through the challenging 3D lesson plans… Seeing the students faces when the IT team at BPY brings the 3D prints to the classroom is just something I can’t describe. The best part is while walking in the hallway with the huge iPad cart, some eighth graders ask who made that. I point to the first graders, who grin ear to ear.”