15 Stories of 15 Years: Colleen Smith
Experiencing Diversity in Action and Feeling the Power of Humanity
Moonshot Grants Propel Nine New Projects into the Educational Atmosphere
More than $500,000 Awarded to Revolutionary Ideas
Future Ready Career Centers are on display this week across Pennsylvania
Elected officials, education and community leaders, are invited to visit these groundbreaking spaces
Remaking SXSW EDU: 6 takeaways from this year’s conference
Remake Learning delegation members share our favorite learnings and experiences from SXSW EDU 2022
Powerful summer learning and year-round programs are building career pipelines for students of color
How “career readiness” is becoming a more equitable, holistic experience in the Pittsburgh region
Assemble’s Afro-futurism curriculum is looking to a remarkable past to chart a better, more equitable future
A new curriculum born and bred in Pittsburgh combines STEAM learning and Black history, centering Black creators and their history-making ideas
The State of Maker Learning Today
Emerging themes in maker education across the nation and in the greater Pittsburgh region
Four ways Pittsburgh is reshaping the future of teacher professional development
From centering justice to increasing social-emotional learning, it all begins with how we teach our teachers.
Learning can happen anywhere. Last spring, it happened just when many families needed it.
Events like Remake Learning Days shine a spotlight on learning ecosystems nationwide
Wondering What’s Next?
Here at the start of another school year, we’re all wondering what tomorrow
might look like.
might look like.
Resource Roundup: Tools to better understand, practice, and advocate for Personalized Learning
From worksheets and apps to books and frameworks, here are 20 tools to help educators put personalized learning into practice
Why partnership is more important than ever for computer science education
A new state-funded project is helping unify formal and informal CS learning and deliver more opportunities to underrepresented students
Building a STEM Pipeline Requires Cultivating Independent Learners
Simple ways to build independent learning skills in out-of-school time spaces and at home
Remake Learning Field Notes: February – May 2021
A seasonal update from Remake Learning Network Director Tyler Samstag
Resource Roundup: Curriculum, scholarships, and more to support diversity in STEAM and CS
17 ways to engage and inspire learners of color, learners with disabilities, and girls.
Findings from the Remaking Tomorrow survey reveal social-emotional struggles, successes in technology, communication
Capturing the small but powerful things educators did to promote learning this past year
Rural ed spaces leading the way in equitable, engaging, and relevant learning
A retrospective and roundup from Remake Learning's Rural Outreach Coordinator
Three ways to craft a more representative makerspace
A guest post from Maker Learning Collaborative member Samantha Utley
Resource Roundup: 12 ways to make maker learning more accessible
Maker learning unlocks creativity, curiosity, and career skills through hands-on exploration of real materials. How can we deliver high-quality maker experiences to learners who are often left out of traditional maker spaces?
Seizing the moment: Pennsylvania’s Panel on Innovative Teaching & Learning is building on pandemic progress
A cross-disciplinary group has come together to make key recommendations for the future of learning post-pandemic
Building relationships: Father-son engineering pair brings accessible Maker Learning to students in Pittsburgh & beyond
A Q&A with Damola Idowu
How to shoot for the stars: Moonshot Grants round two
Five tips to shape big, bold proposals for the future of learning