STEAM Craft Edu wins Multiple Awards @ Edutech Asia, including GOLD for Best New EdTech Start-Up
Building STEAM and 21C schools in the classroom and at home using serious gaming, STEAM Craft Edu bagged multiple accolades at the recent EduTech Asia Awards in Singapore, including Gold for BEST NEW EDTECH START-UP, besting other rising start-ups BookForm Australia (Silver) and Amy, Jaipuna LTD New Zealand (Bronze).
Founded in 2016, STEAM Craft Edu’s goal is to make an impact on global education by nurturing students’ interest in STEAM and 21C using serious games. STEAM Craft Edu also provides comprehensive teacher training through online STEAM, PBL and game-based learning courses, and face-to-face workshops to up skill educators and build their confidence in delivering new teaching pedagogies and opportunities.
“It was a great night for game-based learning at EduTech Asia, receiving the judges nod on two major awards was a huge endorsement of serious gaming and its ability to move the needle and improve learning outcomes,” said Chief Maker & CEO, Phil Mason. “We’re very excited to be rolling out Planeteers across the region, and have had some amazing results to date, with close to a 50% improvement in student learning outcomes across our grant program public schools in the Philippines, and similarly positive feedback from “first adopter” teachers from around the world.”
The Awards, judged by a panel of education and technology experts, recognizes best in class education technology with potential for impact across Asia. The conference had a huge turnout of educators and education technologists from across APAC to celebrate technology and education across the region.
STEAM Craft Edu also won Best STEAM Solution at the awards for redefining the classroom experience for both teachers and students.
For more information about EduTech Asia, visit https://www.terrapinn.com/exhibition/edutech-asia