Explore EdTech with Studica at FETC 2019

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Explore EdTech with Studica at FETC 2019

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The Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) brings technology and education leaders from all over the world together. The 39th FETC conference will be held in Orlando, Florida at the Orange County Convention Center. This year, the conference begins on Sunday, January 27th and wraps up on Wednesday, January 30th. This is a great opportunity for collaboration and attending informative presentations to discover new ideas that can transform learning.

The FETC Conference includes an exposition so attendees have the opportunity to check out the latest technology and edtech solutions in person. Once again, Studica will be a part of the Expo that will be open on Tuesday, January 29th and Wednesday, January 30th. If you are at the show, be sure to check out the expo to discover the latest technologies that facilitate learning and improve productivity. There will be a wide variety of technology resources on hand.

Visit Studica at FETC Expo – Booth 3035

Studica at FETCOur business is all about evaluating technologies available for the classroom and knowing what educators need. There are many solutions out there, that is why we are here. Let Studica’s experts help you identify the solutions that best fit your goals, needs, and budget. For over 30 years, Studica has worked with educators and top technology manufacturers.

We have a great deal of experience in this space and look forward to sharing effective and innovative education technology solutions with you. Stop by and say hello to Jeff and Jim at our booth. They can point you towards the best STEM education programs for your circumstances.

What will I find at Studica Booth 3035?

Stop by our Studica booth for a hands-on look at a variety of solutions for robotics, 3d printing, educational software, STEM education curriculum programs, and more. Here are some of the highlights:

Learning Engineering by Doing

Siemens Engineering Design CurriculumThe new Siemens STEM Curriculum program is a course for secondary schools that features Solid Edge design software. The Siemens Engineering Design curriculum is a fully developed teaching and learning package that includes standards, support materials, resources, and project descriptions. The project-based nature of the curriculum supports student engagement and inquiry.

Learning Engineering by DoingAllow your students to create, analyze, and fully develop design solutions. It can be used as a stand-alone full-year course or taught in a semester double period block schedule.

AND IT IS FREE: The best part, Siemens Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is providing this course at no cost for the curriculum, no cost for the Siemens Solid Edge design software, and no cost for the “Siemens online academy”. Learn more.


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