fischertechnik Exhibits Hands-On STEM Education at NSTA 2016

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NSTA 2016 Science Education

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National Conference on Science EducationThe National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference is here! The 2016 spring conference will be held from March 31st to April 3rd in Nashville, Tennessee. This event is a collaborative experience focused on the latest in science and science education. Learn how to implement key programs into your classroom that will help promote Next Generation Science Standards. Adopting these standards and NSTA pedagogy allows educators to concentrate on analytical thinking and student engagement with course material.

Stop by booth 355 and learn how fischertechnik Education can help you meet academic standards, while encouraging student confidence in STEM skills with hands-on activities.

Visit NSTA 2016 – Booth 355!

Together with fischertechnik Education, Studica will show you how you can implement the latest science technology in classrooms ranging from elementary schools to university labs. fischertechnik Education sets actively support the development of skills and conceptual understanding in virtually every aspect of academia. Science, math and technology education are of course 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.

Take a look at some of the sets we will be working with at NSTA 2016!

fischertechnik Education Introduction to STEMIntroduction to STEM I (Recommended for Grades: 2-4)
fischertechnik Introduction to STEM I introduces your students to everyday technology and exhibits how these simple machines actually work. It is the ideal solution for bringing STEM curriculum to elementary school classrooms. Assist your students in understanding the world of technology around them, while simultaneously creating a solid foundation in STEM concepts that will prepare them for future success.

Introduction to STEM II (Recommended for Grades: 2-4)
fischertechnik Introduction to STEM II is a more in-depth introduction to technology and robotics. This set uses everyday technology and invites students to construct 12 easy-to-understand models. Students are offered a foundation in STEM concepts with a focus on computer science. Based on the easy-to-use ROBO Pro Light software, this set introduces programming activities and incorporates robotics as a catalyst for interactive learning.

fischertechnik Education STEM EngineeringSTEM PREP (Physics, Robotics, Energy and Power)
The fischertechnik Education STEM PREP set encourages students to explore key aspects of technology through activities that include cross-curricular material. Follow a series of step-by-step instructions for delving into nine different STEM topics, including Simple Machines, Optics, Mechanical Systems, Digital Communications and more.

STEM Engineering
The fischertechnik Education STEM Engineering set is centered on the design and construction of automated systems. It inspires students to get involved in robotics, coding and computational logic. This set includes all of the components necessary to build 22 different models. Its corresponding curriculum contains detailed, standards-focused activities that address the STEM topics such as Basic Electricity, Programming, Mobile Robotics Actuators, Fundamentals of Automation and more.

Robotic Competition Set
The fischertechnik Education Robotics Competition set is the ideal, all-in-one option for anyone interested in the area of mobile robotics and robotic competitions. This set has been extensively revised and updated from previous versions, and now contains many all-new, state-of-the-art fischertechnik components.

Enter and Win at NSTA

Make sure to visit fischertechnik Education at booth 355! You could enter to win the fischertechnik Introduction to STEM I set for your classroom. Want to try out the fischertechnik building system for yourself? Pick up one of our Sample Activity Kits, complete with instructions to build a simple model and sample curriculum.

It’s all at booth 355! We’ll see you there. For those that won’t be able to make it to this year’s NSTA conference, feel free to visit us at or


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