Earn your place in the sun with new inspiration for the upcoming school year! These education webinars really turn up the heat with innovative solutions for your classroom. Introducing young students to STEM concepts is rewarding and challenging, but fischertechnik Introduction to STEM sets can make it a breeze. For your bright advanced learners, fresh project-based learning tools that include standards-based curricula will have your student participation sizzling. Discover how you can combine game design and STEM education for sun-sational results.
Studica explores the latest technologies to find solutions that will help our educators meet their goals. Since 1985, we’ve been partnering with manufacturers to deliver exceptional software and technology to the education market. You’ll find a wide selection of software, robotics, 3d printing, and much more. View our schedule of upcoming education webinars for hot tips to keep your students attention. Keep connected to refreshing updates by signing up for Studica’s email.
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Now is the perfect time to explore some powerful STEM education solutions. Take a moment to view the webinar listings below and reserve your spot now.
Intro to STEM for Elementary with fischertechnik Education
August 24, Thursday 3 PM Eastern – Register Now
Project-Based Learning featuring fischertechnik Education STEM PREP & STEM Engineering
August 29, Tuesday 3 PM Eastern – Reserve Your Spot
STEM and Game Design
August 30, Wednesday 3 PM Eastern – Register Now
Robotics Made Easy as 1-2-3
Looking to introduce robotic concepts to young learners? The fischertechnik Education Mini Bots robotics set offers a unique approach to robotics by making it simple for children to learn. There are five different robot models that you can assemble. These clever robot models make it easy to follow lines and avoid obstacles. This one set can build action robots using actuators and sensors, such as IR trail searchers and push-buttons. Everything you need to get started is included.
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