With eight complete projects using over 500 fischertechnik building elements and PCS's revolutionary robotic controller, the Brain, the new and improved education pack offers teachers a fast and easy way to teach STEM concepts in their classrooms. With all curriculum, software, parts, and electronics included, it is a complete introductory robotics kit.
Nicole Hirai, PCS Instruction and Curriculum Developer, said, "The improvements make the pack more user friendly because we wanted to make the teacher's job easier in addition to improving the overall experience for the user." Hirai added, "In addition to being suitable for robotics veterans, this is a great introduction for teachers who have limited experience teaching robotics. We updated this product with our entire range of customers in mind."
"Our investment into continuous upgrades and improvements to all of our products is due to our commitment to make PCS's products the most user friendly STEM teaching solutions available," Robert Grover, PCS CEO, said. "Further, our specific focus on products designed to satisfy the exploding K12 robotics education market is proving a solid business strategy as our robotics sales continue to grow."
For information about the Robotics Education Pack, a complete list of specifications and pricing, visit http://www.edventures.com.
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About PCS Edventures!
PCS Edventures!.com, Inc. (PCS) designs and delivers educational products and services to the K-16 market that develop 21st century skills. PCS programs emphasize hands-on experiences in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and have been deployed at over 7,000 sites in all 50 United States and 17 foreign countries. Additional information is available at http://www.edventures.com.
PCS Edventures is headquartered in Boise, Idaho, and its common stock is listed on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol "PCSV."
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