Blog Posts

Entrepreneur: STEM skills + innovation

Posted by Admin on January 08, 2021

An idea. 💡

Started from scratch. 📝

From a brilliant mind. 🧠

That’s exactly where entrepreneurship begins.

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Topics: BEYOND THE CLASSROOM, Competitions, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Teacher Resources, Culture, Technology, STEM, Trends, Resources, Engineering, Careers, Professional Development, Activities, Career Expeditions, Future Ready, 21st Century Skills, Hands-on Learning, STEAM, innovate, Workforce Development, Inquiry-based Learning

5 ways to get great customer support

Posted by Jake Rudisill on December 17, 2020

I’m sure most can agree that 2020 has been anything but consistent. (Newsflash!) 

If anything, it seems the only consistency this year has been change. Each day, you have new information, new regulations, and new approaches to the way you live your life popping up all around you. However, one thing that remains consistent – now and during the past 49 years of Pitsco’s existence – is our approach to supporting you.

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Topics: ADMINISTRATION & THOUGHT LEADERSHIP, Teacher Resources, Culture, Resources, Teacher Development, Professional Development, Hands-on Learning, Workforce Development

STEM skills, scholarships, and support

Posted by Preston Frazier on November 23, 2020

Friends, let’s get down to business.

Did you know that more than 1.7 million scholarships are awarded every single year? I don’t know about you, but that number really surprised me. I wish I would’ve known more about the vast amount of scholarships that were out there when I was going through the process 16+ years ago.

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Topics: FUNDING, Teacher Resources, STEM, Resources, Careers, Professional Development, Future Ready, 21st Century Skills, Grants, Hands-on Learning, Workforce Development

Making STEM connections using project-based learning

Posted by Aubrey Vance on October 08, 2020

Have you heard the buzz about project-based learning (PBL)? The educational community has been talking about it for a while, but what’s the big deal anyway? How is PBL different from other projects students complete in class? An easy and often-used way of understanding the difference between doing projects and PBL is to think of it in terms of food.

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Topics: Middle School, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Teacher Resources, Collaborations, STEM, Trends, Resources, Engineering, STEM Expeditions, Teacher Development, STEM Units, Professional Development, Activities, Hands-on Learning, STEAM

Your reading roundup: Articles to encourage and inspire educators like you

Posted by Melissa Karsten on February 08, 2020

Your list of things to do is likely long – things to grade, read, and review. With so much to do, sometimes you just need a minute. Whether you’re waiting on someone or something or procrastinating on a project you don’t know how to tackle, it can be easy to let your focus drift somewhere else, especially with the world just a few clicks away.

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Topics: ADMINISTRATION & THOUGHT LEADERSHIP, IDEAS & INSPIRATION, Teacher Resources, News, Culture, Teacher Development, Professional Development, Hands-on Learning, Workforce Development