From Ratzenberger to STEM to robotics, Pitsco podcasts cover it all

It’s one thing to read about a successful program, but to hear a firsthand account from a program developer, a teacher, or an administrator is an even greater means of evaluating a company and its products.

Toward that end, Pitsco Education has set up a podcast page as part of its community site geared toward teachers, administrators, and anyone else who wants to learn about the company’s products and curricula.

Most of the podcasts are from five to 12 minutes long, and many are compilations of excerpts from interviews on Education Talk Radio. They cover a wide range of topics from general CTE and STEM news to specific features on 3-D printing curriculum, a STEM Exploratorium, TETRIX® Robotics, an Oklahoma charter school, and even thoughts on education from John Ratzenberger of Cheers and Made in America fame.

Stay current on the latest STEM news and curricula by subscribing to the Pitsco Education podcast RSS feed. Listen today at Learn more about Pitsco Education at

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Pitsco Education is the leading provider of age-appropriate, student-centered K-12 STEM learning solutions. Our standards-based curriculum, products, equipment, and materials promote student success through positive and challenging learning experiences, and our hands-on solutions teach core concepts and career skills in science, technology, engineering, and math.

About the Author:

Andrea Jones

Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.