3DBear is an innovative learning application that integrates Augmented Reality experiences into elementary and middle school curriculum.  Teachers and students can use 3DBear’s Augmented Reality technology to create and design their own content.  

Co-developed by Finnish teachers and further refined by educators in the US, 3DBear’s lesson plan bank aligns to the ELA, Social Studies, History, Language Learning, Art, Engineering, and the Next Generation Science Standards.  

Use of 3DBear has been proven effective in enhancing students’ learning experience, class performance and overall engagement. With students as creators of videos based on Augmented Reality scenes, 3DBear enables students to use 3D modeling for problem solving, design thinking, exploring connections between information, and collaborating with their peers.

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License Type


ACTEM Member Price (20% off MSRP)

3DBear Teacher License (enroll up to 10 student devices)




3DBear 1:1 License (enroll up to 30 student devices)




3DBear Library Annual Site License - 3 teacher/100 student devices




3DBear AR School License - 15 teachers/500 devices




3DBear AR District License - 15 teachers/1500 devices





License Type


ACTEM Member Price (10% off MSRP)

3DBear - Professional Development (Training) - Remote 1 hour

One time



3DBear - PD or Workshop - 1/2 Day Onsite (travel expenses apply)

One time



3DBear - PD or Workshop - Full Day Onsite (travel expenses apply)

One time



*3DBear is a member of the Edmoxie Solutions Partner Network. Information submitted via Edmoxie’s quote and information request form will be passed directly to 3DBear, and will not otherwise be shared or used for any other purposes except for reporting purposes to ACTEM.

For schools and districts, 3DBear is licensed annually based on student seats. For ACTEM schools, get more information and a discounted quote by completing this form. (this will open a form hosted by Edmoxie.com*)


Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine

P.O. Box 187, Gorham, ME 04038

Phone: (207) 222-4353  Fax: (207) 222-2057  Email: info@actem.org