The Konica Minolta 3D Innovation Contest will provide (10) deserving schools with a Dremel 3D printer and MyStemKits curriculum to spark student interest in STEM subjects.
Konica Minolta has partnered with Dremel for desktop 3D printers and MyStemKits for curriculum that brings real-world learning to life. MyStemKits features 3D manipulatives, with over 150+ kits and 200+ lesson plans. MyStemKits is research-based and aligned to national standards, including NGSS and Common Core. Dremel integrates its 3D Printers with specially designed curriculum and lesson plans for all levels including Elementary through High-School, featuring activities centered on invention, design, modeling and building in subjects like Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Geography, and Art.
(1) Dremel 3D Printer
(5) Extra spools of filament
(1) Year MyStemKits Curriculum subscription
The contest is open to all U.S. kindergarten through twelfth-grade teachers.
Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM ET Friday, March 30, 2018.
Winners will be announced during April 2018.