'Dremel Dreams' program integrates 3D printing and STEM education in the classroom
Just a week ago, 3D printing company Stratasys announced it was introducing a series of educational modules aimed at teaching students and educators the ins and outs of 3D printing technology. The promotion of STEM education through 3D printing … Read more on 3ders.org (blog)
Shaw Wood Primary School in Doncaster, UK is a leading proponent of using new technologies in the classroom to aid learning. One such technology is Aurasma – the world’s leading augmented reality platform. Aurasma, available as a free app for iOS and Android devices, allows users to publish and share their own augmented reality content. This has profound implications for education and thousands of teachers around the world are now using the free technology to augment their classrooms, text books and lessons – bridging the physical world with the virtual. Shaw Wood Primary School use Aurasma throughout the school, and it has been adopted by teachers, parents and pupils alike. If you are interested in using the free Aurasma platform in your school then simply drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.