The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference is almost here! The 2017 national conference will be held from March 30th to April 2nd in Los Angeles, California. This event is an opportunity to focus on the latest content, research, and teaching strategies for science and science education. Science professionals and educators from all over the United States come together to share ideas and discover new educational technologies.
Explore comprehensive STEM education curriculum programs, complete 3D printing solutions, open-source robotics, animation solutions, and much more at Studica booth #1465. Find out how companies like fischertechnik Education can help you meet academic standards while encouraging student confidence in STEM skills with hands-on activities.
Visit Studica at NSTA 2017 – Booth 1465
You will find a wide variety of technology and software solutions at Studica’s booth. Investigate fischertechnik Education STEM Programs with Curriculum that support Next Generation Science Standards. Explore STEM solutions for elementary classrooms, middle & high schools, and more advanced education programs. fischertechnik Education sets actively support the development of skills and conceptual understanding in virtually every aspect of academia. Science, math, and technology education are the most prominent areas of focus, but these sets also encourage intellectual development in language and applied arts, group work, understanding of societal implications and so much more.
Watch 3d printing solutions such as the Dremel 3D40 Idea Builder and the MakerBot Replicator+ in action. Be sure to ask one of our education consultants about curriculum-based lesson plans that help you share this exciting technology with your students. Find out about robotics offerings from fischertechnik and Makeblock. See why an open-source construction platform offers you endless opportunities. Discover a variety of software solutions for digital content and animation creation from Toon Boom and much more.
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