Reflections from SXSWedu 2018
Remake Learning Director Sunanna Chand reflects on SXSWedu 2018, where the Remake Learning Network showed up in a big way.
Remake Learning Roundup: December 2017 to February 2018
From a new grantmaking program to major media features and a slew of sold-out events, it’s been a marquee quarter for Remake Learning—one that began, fittingly, in a movie theater.
Creating space for equity in making
As makerspaces spread and grow, how do we ensure that resources for making are equitably distributed?
Four Keys to Launching a Successful Makerspace
Maker professionals share their best advice for helping makerspaces thrive
Start small and go from there: a Q&A with Lou Karas
Lou Karas helps educators think through starting maker spaces, avoiding mistakes, and keeping their maker spaces growing.
The making of a makerspace
A new makerspace at the Barack Obama Academy of International Studies opens doors to students
Strengthening models at the intersection of equity and the future of learning
Remake Learning Director Sunanna Chand reflects on a recent Network gathering focused on equity.
Remake Learning Dispatch: STEM Ecosystem
Watch a quick message from LaTrenda Sherrill, Remake Learning's STEM Lead
Cross-sector partnerships are shaping the future of work in Pittsburgh
Members of the Remake Learning Network are collaborating to analyze the current state of workforce development, share promising practices, and build the partnerships required to prepare students for a changing world.
What’s it take to retool your school?
How principals' small changes lead to big shifts in school culture
Learning and Sprouting Together
After more than five years as the steward of Remake Learning, The Sprout Fund shares memories of the past and well wishes for the future.
Exploring Personalized Learning in Pittsburgh
EdSurge stops in Pittsburgh on a national tour to discuss personalized learning with teachers and school leaders across the country.
On Listening, Love, and Building a Better World
Remake Learning co-chairs Gregg Behr and Mary Murrin reflect on Charlottesville and the role of education in building a world that looks after its most vulnerable.
A Decade of Remake Learning
Remake Learning releases a report recapping its first 10 years and a new mission statement laying out a vision for the future of the network.
Scientists Have All the Fun at STEAMabration 2017
Citizen Science Lab gathered the major players in Pittsburgh’s STEM Ecosystem for one outstanding back-to-school bonanza.
Preparing Today’s Students for Success Tomorrow Via Networks [via Getting Smart]
Remake Learning council co-chair and Grable Foundation executive director Gregg Behr shares his thoughts about the future of learning. This post was originally published on GettingSmart.com
A Showcase for Young Entrepreneurs; A Marketplace for Youth Entrepreneurs
Startable Pittsburgh’s showcase celebrates young entrepreneurs who completed the intensive eight-week summer program.
Dynamic Learning Project Bridges Second Level Digital Divide
Google, EdTech Team, and Digital Promise have teamed up to fund “digital coaches” in 50 underserved schools nationwide, including 3 Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Poor Schools Face “Double Disadvantage” in STEM Education
Concentrated poverty is responsible for lagging STEM instruction, according to a new report.
We read the PA Every Student Succeeds Act so you don’t have to (but you should still comment)
Help Bring Western Pennsylvania's Innovative Voice to Pennsylvania's ESSA Plan
Tennessee Teachers Turn to Pittsburgh Fabrication Institute
The Pittsburgh Fabrication Institute helped Tennessee educators prepare to teach students 21st-century skills.
A Framework for Making Makerspaces Work
The Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, in partnership with the Institute for Museum and Library Services, has released a report sharing best practices and guiding principles for makerspaces.
Duolingo in the Community
The Pittsburgh roots and local commitment of your favorite language learning app
Finding Your Tribe: The Power of a Connected Network
Collaboration among educators from three Beaver County school districts establishes a network of learners focused on STEAM and Maker Education. Shared professional development, site visits, and hands-on learning pushes teachers to focus on creativity and innovation in the classroom.