3D-Printable Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Kits
ATLANTA - May 12, 2017 – 3D printing has been popular among the maker movement for years, but Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, Inc. is focusing on making it more mainstream in the K-12 classroom. On May 4, Konica Minolta announced that they have partnered with Dremel for 3D printers and MyStemKits for curricula to offer new 3D education bundles. Together, the companies combine engineering expertise, cutting-edge 3D printing technology, and standards-driven lessons that are designed by and for teachers. The MyStemKits curricula are currently aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and Common Core Standards as well as individual state standards.
One of our biggest goals is to build strong, productive, and lasting relationships with our communities and here at MyStemKits.com, we feel that there’s no better way than starting with our youth. On April 18, 2017, Dr. Justin Ballenger, a member of Mercer University’s STEAM Team, hosted a STEAM Fair along with the students of his EMAT 671- Science Method course at the Kindezi School in DeKalb County Georgia.
MyStemKits.com makes appearances at two conventions regarding STEM education and technology.
Congratulations to Tammy Thompson, an 8th grade math teacher from Haralson County, GA, who was the winner of a 6-month MyStemKits.com Premium Teacher Subscription.
Year Up’s FIRST technology fair.
On Friday, December 16th, 2016, the Sciberus team visited the Year Up Greater Atlanta campus as guests of their first technology fair.