Building STEM centers
One National and three regional STEM centers will be built with funds from the National Plan for Recovery and Sustainability.
This was announced by the press center of the Ministry of Education and Science (MES).
This news is very pleased because we at 3DBGPrint , along with our 3D Large partners, have always been committed and supported by the introduction and training of children in 3D technology.
So far, we have some successful projects in this area, which we are proud of.
Our desire and efforts to wake interest and curiosity in children towards 3D technologies will not end. Using 3D printers can add a new dimension to learning that will engage young people by making education fun and interesting.
Every one has wondered why STEM centers are needed in schools?
Why is it necessary for children to be educated with these new technologies?
How will this improve education?
What added value will it give to children?
3DBGPRINT has an answer to these questions!
- You can print educational models to illustrate different types of concepts.
- 3D printing can help in learning many of the current skills that employers are looking for, as well as applying the knowledge in real-world situations
- 3D printing is the technology of the future. To teach the students how to imprint in 3D is a good way to prepare them for the future.
- Purchasing a 3D printer and learning how to operate it in the most efficient and useful way will prevent young people from falling behind in their technological development. This will allow them to become part of this new revolution
We from 3DBGPRINT, together with 3D Large, have prepared an offer with which we can supply educational institutions that have won funding with 3D printers, 3D scanners and 3D pens that fully meet the technical specifications required by the National Program “Building a School STEM Environment”. As well as providing the necessary training in 3D technologies and practical tasks for making 3D printed details in our state-of-the-art 3D technology training base – “3D LAB”.