Geeetch Announces The Education-based 3D Printer E180 Launching Soon on Kickstarter for $199!!

The Education-based 3D Printer E180 Launching Soon on Kickstarter for $199 3D printing technology is a boon to facilitate the development of STEAM education, as testified by unlimited successful teaching cases worldwide. Geeetech, a Shenzhen based 3D printer manufacturer, is gearing up to launch a crowdfunding campaign for its new education-based 3D printer, E180, priced […]

Our efforts to help education and autism via 3d printing and technology!, and we are  currently in pending non-profit status. I am David and our  company seeks to help by donating technology, time, and care to people and families affected by autism. One of his biggest interests is in the 3D printing industry. 3D printing is the perfect blend of art and science, and presents a […]

Promolt 3d Tested and loved their filament!

We received a sample of Promolt3d’s black and one of their white filament. According to the folks at Promolt3d :   “ProMolt 3D is committed to providing the best filament to help 3D printing enthusiasts bring their creations to life. 3D printing is revolutionizing the manufacturing industry as well as the art world. ProMolt 3D […]

Our impressions of the Vivitek Novo Pro Presentation Collaboration Device

We recently had the opportunity to test and review the Vivetek Novopro Presentation and Collaboration device. According to Vivitek, it is: NovoPRO is a wireless presentation and collaboration system designed to support highly interactive and collaborative meetings or classroom learning activities. Meeting participants, instructors, teachers and students can interact and share digital content via their […]

Our Pleasant experience with the Mbot by Makeblock.

We recently received a Blue wee robot called the Mbot from Makeblock. I assembled it with of one my teen aged sons. It was a fairly simple process and would be a great science project for Middle School or Elementary school or possibly high school science or computer classes. After the robot was assembled we […]

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An Autism Education Article–>The Power of Persistence By Carol Olechowski

In 2004, Garrett Butch and his wife, Christy, were concerned when their first child, Collin, then 15 months old, “was not progressing as his peers were.” Despite a pediatrician’s reassurances, the couple took him for testing, and, “after five months, we got the diagnosis we feared: autism,” Garrett recalled. The diagnosis precipitated a struggle “to […]

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Oscar® Winner Edward Saxon to Lead Online Education Program for Screenwriters

Limited seats available for insider’s deep dive into the business LOS ANGELES, March 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Writers Store (, a division of F+W Media, announced “A Producer’s Guide to Navigating Your Screenwriting Career,” an eight-session online education course with Edward Saxon, producer of acclaimed films Silence of the Lambs, Adaptation and Philadelphia, will begin Friday March 7th.   […]

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Educating Children With Autism: Best Practices

  Educating Children With Autism: Best Practices 1 out of every 110 children in the United States has Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Autism spectrum disorders occur when problems with brain development impact a person’s ability to function normally. A person diagnosed with ASD can vary […]

Remind101 helps teachers communicate with students without fear

Remind101 helps teachers communicate with students without fear (via Pando Daily) By Nathaniel Mott On October 28, 2013There isn’t a good way for teachers to communicate with their young students without coming off as creepy. Seemingly every option, from calling or texting students’ cell phones to befriending them on social networks…