Inventionland’s Teacher of the Month!

Our featured teacher for July is Mr. Jay Huss of Washington School District! Mr. Huss is busy preparing to get back in the classroom, where he specializes in computer and technology education, including the Inventionland Innovation Course. “My enthusiasm and love of technology is ever-present in any course and, especially, Inventionland,” said Mr. Huss. A[…]

Inventionland Institute Featured in National Publication!

The Inventionland Institute was featured in an article from a national educational publisher this week! The article lists the 9 reasons why students love innovation-based courses. More and more, educators are implementing hands-on, project-based learning into their classrooms. Curricula like the Inventionland Institute’s Innovation Course blend core classroom instruction and work force knowledge, while also[…]

Inventionland Welcomes North Hills Students!

May was a busy month here at Inventionland. In addition to our big Regional Invention Contest, numerous tour groups came through our one-of-a-kind facility, including North Hills’ McIntyre Elementary third-grade class. “We loved Inventionland!” said teacher Ms. Heather Logue. “I think this really helps the students see the process from beginning to end. When we’re[…]

Elementary Students Inspired By Inventionland Founder and CEO

What happens when the nurse gets sick? Inventionland Founder and CEO Mr. George Davison recently spoke to a group of 120 local fifth-grade elementary school students to create a solution to notifying the school if the nurse is not in her office. The eager students first learned about Inventionland and the start-to-finish process of creating[…]

Inventionland Prepares To Welcome Educators And Innovators To The 2017 STEM Summit

Inventionland will proudly welcome local leaders in the fields of education and technology to the annual STEM Summit later this month. Inventionland is a Platinum Sponsor of the event that takes place April 19 at Pittsburgh Technology College. The annual STEM Summit is an opportunity for educators and leadership from various non- and for-profit companies[…]

Burgettstown Sounds Off on the Top Five Reasons for Schools to Pursue Inventionland’s Real-World Inventing Course

Burgettstown Area School District is tackling the need for STEAM education and innovation in the classroom. The Burgettstown Area School District recently was just one school whose high school students recently completed their Inventionland Invention Contest pitches as part of our Inventionland Innovation Course! Assistant to the Superintendent Mandi Figlioli sat in as a judge during[…]