A Playbook for Building Collaborative Innovation Networks

Remake Learning Playbook launches in Pittsburgh with complete print and digital editions now available, plus tools and resources for putting innovation into action

Last night, The Sprout Fund released the first printed edition of the Remake Learning Playbook at the Pittsburgh meeting of the League of Innovative Schools, introducing leaders representing more than 70 school districts from across the U.S. to Pittsburgh's Remake Learning Network.

Building on the initial digital release of a working draft in June, and the beta release of the Gameplan web app in August, this final release culminates a year-long effort of the entire Remake Learning Network to open source the "code" for collaborative learning innovation networks.

Released simultaneously in print and digital formats (including PDF, Kindle Mobi, and iBooks ePub), the complete Playbook contains:

  • Chapters that examine the history & structure of the network
  • Case studies of learning innovation and project leaders
  • Plays detailing practical and actionable strategies and tactics
  • Advocacy kits to make the case to different audiences
  • Gameplan web app to plan your own local approach

By sharing the lessons we've learned and the strategies we've developed over the past eight years, we hope that communities around the world will have the guidance and resources they need to enrich learning opportunities for the children and youth they serve.

To help readers get the most out of the Remake Learning Playbook, The Sprout Fund will offer webinars starting on Monday, November 2nd at 4:00PM EDT. Sign up to be a part of the the first Guided Tour of the Playbook.

In the meantime, you can start exploring at playbook.remakelearning.org.

Published October 27, 2015