Robo’s smart and easy-to-use 3D printers, which are perfectly suited for education with Wi-Fi connectivity, Chromebook/iOS compatibility, and enhanced safety features, deliver a true end-to-end 3D printing solution for education alongside MyStemKits curriculum.
MyStemKits has had huge success within the state of Florida (launch phase) achieving a 97% success rating from teachers implementing project-based learning with 3D printers. Robo will offer educational bundles that include their 3D printers, a filament supply, 1 year subscriptions to MyStemKits, and additional professional development and online learning.
Laron Walker, Founder of MyStemKits says, “MyStemKits was started with the intention of revolutionizing how 3D printers are used in the K-12 classroom. We have worked hard to make 3D printing plug-n-play, through an easy-to-use technical experience, backed by exceptional content and curriculum. I’m excited that the company is poised to reach its full potential as a part of the Robo family. Having an end-to-end solution for K-12 has always been a dream. Combining the world’s best 3D printing content library, along with best-in- breed 3D printers, will open the flood gates of opportunity for educators and students around the world.”
In closing, Braydon Moreno, Co-Founder of Robo goes on to say, “We all know the impact 3D printing can have for students in the classroom, it just needs to be easy to implement. If you go to MyStemKits.com, select your grade level, choose a lesson, click a file, print it to your Robo R2 directly from the platform without needing to adjust any settings — that’s magical. That’s the promise of 3D printing for teachers.”
About MyStemKits (MSK)
MSK was established in 2013 and has grown into a leading USA “EdTech” business that develops and markets the world’s largest library of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (“STEM”) curriculums incorporating 3D printed project kits for K-12 schools, all aligned to USA national science and mathematics standards. It was recently recognized as a finalist for the best STEM Solution by EdTech Digest at the 2018 EdTech Awards.
MSK’s lesson plans were developed over five years in conjunction with The Florida Center for Research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at the Florida State University (“FCR-STEM”). An estimated $20 million was invested into the development and extensive testing in the classroom.
MyStemKit lessons include the following:
- Lesson plan
- Teacher guide
- Student assessments
- Student activities and handouts
- Ready-to-print 3D model/s
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