Turn the lights on for students with a new way of learning with Makerspaces

These hands-on activities promote a new kind of thinking for students, and increase engagement in the classroom.
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Traditional methods of teaching are becoming outdated, and students have a lot of devices and technology available to them now. With so many options in technology, it may be hard to decide what is best for a school. UDT (UDT) has plenty of experience partnering with schools and has helped them accomplish more.

STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) and Makerspaces allow for students to interact with new kinds of educational technology and learn the latest in coding, robotics, and more. These hands-on activities promote a new kind of thinking for students, and increase engagement in the classroom.

UDT has worked with many schools and districts to plan and implement the latest in STEAM and Makerspace technology into the classroom to positively impact learning outcomes. To ensure your students are ready for their future careers, consider incorporating STEAM technology and Makerspaces into the classroom today!

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