Articles from Y Soft

A curriculum catering to all: the power of kinaesthetic learning

The education sector in England is facing a wide range of challenges, with pressure on staff to produce positive results more intense than ever before. With young people now legally bound to remain in some kind of formal education or training until the age of 18, the need for courses of study to cater to all areas of strength – not just pure academic ability – has also become much more pertinent.

Automated workflows and the drive for productivity within further education

The UK’s well known struggling productivity level is an issue that dominates discussions amongst the government, further education, and public sector organisations.

Supporting effective project-based learning with 3D print management

The benefits of project-based learning are widely reported on, with the technique encouraging active engagement and higher level thinking. But implementing project-based learning can be a difficult task, and 3D printing can make it easier, says Y Soft Corporation.

Incorporating 3D printing into the curriculum

With an ever-increasing interest in STEM education and mounting statistics on the benefits of 3D printing in the classroom, it’s time educational institutions understand how they can incorporate 3D printing into the curriculum, says Y Soft Corporation.

87% of educators restrict student access to 3D printers

Educators lack the means to manage printer access, control costs and define curriculum despite recognising the learning benefits of 3D printing

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