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Let's Hang! Our Upcoming Calendar of Events

Pitsco is all about meeting you where you currently are – not just in terms of your classroom and student needs, but also literally.

We love to connect and collaborate. Events are a great opportunity for us to do just that. Below you'll find our upcoming in-person conventions schedule as well as virtual learning events such as webinars.

October 3-6, 2023
Glen Allen, VA
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Virginia Association of Career and Technical Education Administrators Leadership Conference (VACTEA)
October 11-14, 2023
Huntsville, AL
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ACTE Region II Leadership Conference
October 17-19, 2023
Foxboro, MA
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Held in partnership with the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S), the MassCUE Annual Fall Conference is the premier education technology conference in New England. MassCUE is the Massachusetts affiliate of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE). The theme of the 2023 Fall Conference is MassCUE4ALL. This two-day event features workshops, demonstrations and presentations by thought leaders and preeminent educators on how to enhance teaching and learning with technology focusing on digital equity. Hundreds of education technology companies and nonprofit organizations participate in this event, sharing the latest in education technology advances with educators and administrators from across the region. For educators who want to connect with their peers and learn the latest in edtech, the Fall Conference has it all!
October 20, 2023
Storrs, CT
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CSTA New England Regional Conference 2023

“It’s not just the essential skills that students are walking away with. They’re learning. They’re gaining a soft skill, that design-thinking component.”

– Dr. Tory C. Hill, superintendent, Sweeny (TX) ISD, on STREAM Missions labs and STEM Units

“I love all of the hands-on activities! The enthusiasm from all of the presenters was wonderful. I enjoyed the hands-on activities and the incorporation of ELA into each lesson . . . real life!”

– Fifth-grade teacher, Grand Prairie ISD, Frontiers of Flight event