As Eduseeds embarks on STEM Education, it is important to find unique ways to engage students in STEM. Using a 3D printing program in schools is creative, engaging, and challenging for students. Technology and education are both ever-changing professions, and to move forward in our abilities to educate students, we need to advance forward in the technology we use.

As Eduseeds embarks on STEM Education, it is important to find unique ways to engage students in STEM. Using a 3D printing programme in schools is creative, engaging, and challenging for students. Technology and education are both ever-changing professions, and to move forward in our abilities to educate students, we need to advance forward in the technology we use.
To complement our 3D Printing Programme, Eduseeds will introduce electronics to provide holistic learning in 3D printing and electronics. The Eduseeds’ Electronics Programme covers microcontrollers, digital and analogue inputs, outputs, and sensors. Students will use an open source electronics platform called “Arduino” to learn how to design and programme a microcontroller with an input and an output which they can integrate into a product.

3D Printing

Arduino

STEM