The Brainary has teamed up with the world leading Australian 3D printer company, ME3D, to bring together Robotics and 3D printing.
Using the modular robotics platform EZ-Robot, the Brainary has created a 3D printable robotics kit. EZ-Robot is a fully-programmable and customisable robotic platform designed to engage students in STEAM. The combination enables students to let their imagination run free as they can re-design and 3D print their own robot.
Curriculum resources are also available to make sure that students are meeting and surpassing the Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum.
So much to do, so little time. It is a trite phrase, but when I found myself as the only DigiTech teacher in the school, it suddenly gained a lot more meaning.
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