Guide to Using 3D Printing for Kids in Schools

3D printing for kids in schools is a wonderful STEM-based activity that can teach children to identify real-world problems, find their solutions creatively, and be efficient. Many schools are setting up Makerspaces in classrooms, libraries, and community spaces, so that students can have common spaces to create, collaborate and share knowledge. 3D printing in schools

Best Educational Websites for Kids

Designed by Freepik   Here’s a list of best educational websites for kids from preschools, kindergarten, grades 1-12, and higher education. These e-learning websites have been included in the list because of the quality of their content, and coverage of relevant topics The list is in no particular order of preference. We have divided the

How Future-Ready K-12 schools are Adopting Educational Technology

What is educational technology or EdTech? Educational technology comprises of technological resources and processes that enable access to education and improvement in learners’ performance. Schools of the future are enabled with Edtech. What technology is required to make future-ready schools, or what comprises an edtech-enabled classroom? Future schools adopt three important components to enable ubiquitous

Google for Education: A Step-by-Step Guide for Classroom Integration

What is Google for education? Google for education is a pack of Google products, including Google Chromebook, G Suit, Classroom, and Expeditions, that make classroom management and lessons efficient and effective. The aim of Google for Education is to organize information and tools in a useful structure and make it accessible for teachers and students,

Instructables Contest – Win Equipment for Makerspaces in Schools

Makerspaces in schools and communities are activity areas equipped with tools and equipment that are shared by students, hobbyist, start-ups, etc. who want to explore, invent, collaborate and create projects related to subjects like technology, IoT, woodwork, Art & Craft, robotics, coding, electronics, cooking and sewing. Creating a makerspace (traditionally called hackerspace) can sometimes turn