Skriware’s Educational STEAM Lab Named K-12 STEM Solution of the Year

Companies, products and services in edtech recognized by the 2023 EdTech Breakthrough Awards

Skriware, an international edtech company providing schools with equipment and lesson plans that enable practical and hands-on education in the spirit of STEAM, was named a winner in the 2023 EdTech Breakthrough Awards. SkriLab, the company’s educational STEAM lab, was named the K-12 STEM Solution of the Year.

“We are truly honored and extremely happy that our SkriLab educational lab has received such recognition. Our mission is to create solutions that not only enable students to acquire skills relevant to the requirements of the future job market, they also help teachers impart these skills through professional development. We are enthusiastic about the future and hope that more and more schools around the world will use our products to help drive students to become future scientists,” said Karol Górnowicz, CEO of Skriware.

Since 2019, the EdTech Breakthrough Awards have honored excellence and recognized the creativity, hard work and success of companies, technologies and products in the field of educational technology. EdTech Breakthrough is part of Tech Breakthrough, a leading market intelligence organization that recognizes the industry leaders in today’s most competitive categories of technology.

This award adds on to SkriLab’s success this year after winning the EdTech Awards 2023, which is run by EdTech Digest, in the Cool Tool’s category for Best STEM Solution. SkriLab is the ultimate 3D printing and robotics lab for schools. Teachers and students use SkriLab to teach and learn through problem solving and engineering design. Skriware’s U.S. distributor, New Ascent, will be showcasing its educational solutions in booth #432 at ISTELive 23 held in Philadelphia, June 25-28, 2023.

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