Invades Tech Square Labs, next stop GaETC (Georgia Educational Technology Conference)!

 In Community Events makes appearances at two conventions regarding STEM education and technology.

On Tuesday, November 1, 2016, invaded Georgia Tech’s Tech Square Labs to introduce its catalogue of 3D printed STEM curriculum to some of Atlanta’s established leaders in STEM education. At the gathering, attendees representing major corporations such as LexisNexis and Wells Fargo were shown MyStemKits’ catalogue of over 115 standards-aligned kits designed for grades Kindergarten through high school.

As the guests were learning about and its purpose, they were entertained by a 3D printer printing robotic components. Most attendees had never seen one in action and were excited about the possibilities. Seeing thoughts become images and images become producible products resonated well with them. The excitement generated through MyStemKits’ presentation yielded many solid and potential partnerships, all of which will be garnered towards ensuring that STEM technology reaches the people who need it most: our youth.

The experience at Georgia Tech was a great experience and the introductions are not over. MyStemKits will be invading new territory when it presents its amazing display at The Georgia Educational Technology Conference (GaETC) being held at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park, Georgia, November 2nd to November4th. The conference is sponsored by the Georgia Educational Technology Consortium and is dedicated to the professional development of educators. With an open invitation to any individuals interested in educational technology, the conference offers a forum that allows educators and professionals to discuss and share ideas on the latest technology.

Over the two day period, the convention will play host to over 200 commercial exhibits. Amongst those will be, the leader in 3D printed STEM curriculum, leading the charge to make STEM education affordable and exciting to the young innovators of tomorrow. The conference is open to the public, so be sure to visit booth 218 to see all the amazing is doing for education! Exhibit hours are 10:30am to 4pm on Wednesday and 9:00am to 3:30pm on Thursday.

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