It’s that time of year again, time for pumpkin spiced everything and getting back into classroom mode. This month, we’ve conjured up some excellent resources for educators looking to encourage STEM learning with some academic tricks and treats. From elementary students up through high schoolers, these spooktacular webinars will really stir up your students’ interest.
At Studica, we’ve been working to unite technology with education for over thirty years. We are always talking with teachers and schools to get a better idea of what they need to be more successful. We then work with our manufacturers to find the solutions that best fit. We work with notable companies such as Toon Boom, fischertechnik Education, PTC, National Instruments, Makeblock, and many more. Our goal is to be your education source for academic software and technology products. Our dedicated education consultants partner with schools to help you find the best solutions that fit your budgetary needs. Feel free to contact us for more information.
Sign Up for October Webinars Now!
Reserve your spot and mark your calendar for these STEM education-focused webinars!
Project- Based Learning featuring fischertechnik Education STEM PREP & STEM Engineering
October 10th, Tuesday at 3 PM Eastern Reserve Your Spot
“Teaching STEM with fischertechnik”
October 11th, Wednesday at 3 PM Eastern Register Now
Elementary STEM Education with fischertechnik
October 12th, Tuesday at 3 PM Eastern Reserve Your Spot
STEM and Game Design
October 26th, Thursday at 3 PM Eastern Register Now
Prepare Your Students for Career Success
From 2D to 2D/3D hybrid styles, cut out and games, some of the most memorable productions ever made were developed using Toon Boom. This animation and content creation software is ideal for building the skills that students need for successful futures in the digital industry.
Students skilled in Toon Boom software have a wide variety of career opportunities available to them in the ever-growing digital industry. These include job titles such as a special effects designer, creative project manager, game artist/designer, and graphic designer. In addition, there are also limitless possibilities that you may never even considered before like a mathematical modeler or a forensic animator. Learn more about preparing students for the digital jobs of tomorrow with Toon Boom.
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