#RemakeLearning @ #CLS2018
What happens when a few dozen Pittsburgher's swarm Cambridge, MA for a week in August?
Launching a Maker Learning Leadership Cohort in the Pittsburgh Region
Ten Pittsburgh-area school districts begin year-long maker learning leadership journey
Summer Bounty: A Wealth of Opportunity with Partner 4 Work
A string of recent grants and awards has put Partner4Work on a new footing toward expanding career education opportunities through extensive partnerships with regional career & technical education centers, education service agencies, and nonprofits supporting learners preparing to join the workforce.
Leveling the Field: Equity across the Remake Learning Network
By grounding its work in equity, the Remake Learning network tackles 21st-century challenges.
Lessons in Early Learning from Austin, TX to Pittsburgh, PA
Shimira Williams shares reflections on her participating in SXSW EDU 2018 and how insights and questions from the event are shaping her work in early learning back home in Pittsburgh.
The Great Remake is Underway
$400,000 awarded to launch new learning opportunities for 9,000 students in the Pittsburgh region
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening on the Northside?
Meet Willy James and Learn Why He's Excited for Remake Learning Days on the Northside
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening in the Hill District?
Meet Terri Baltimore and Learn Why She's Excited for Remake Learning Days in the Hill District
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening in Hazelwood?
Meet Joy Cannon and Learn Why She’s Excited for Remake Learning Days in Hazelwood
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening in Homewood?
Meet Shimira Williams and Learn Why She’s Excited for Remake Learning Days in Homewood
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening in West Virginia?
Meet Donna Peduto and Learn Why She’s Excited for Remake Learning Days in West Virginia
Educational Achievement and the Critical Intersection of Parent Engagement and Program Support
The headlines regarding educational achievement can be inspiring. We’ve all read them, “student receives 8 Ivy League acceptances,” “student beats the odds to graduate as their class valedictorian.” The end result in these cases is often easy to celebrate, but what we have found at FAME is that more often than not, what makes the end goal possible and a community celebration notable is what happened along the journey. The success, however success is defined, is owed to many individuals and supporters who have worked together to help promote the student’s success in the end.
This summer will be full STEAM ahead
A roundup of camps, projects, and intensives that bring together science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics for a fun and engaging summer of learning.
Minds Under Construction
Remake Learning network member Norton Gusky visits the Creation Station at Duquesne Elementary School.
Helping Youth Explore the Realities of Today’s Economy
Susie Puskar discusses workforce development initiatives for youth in Allegheny County
We can all be “math people”
How do we prove to those who believe that they aren’t “math people,” that they can be?
Teaching 10,000 Teachers: The Collaborative That Reshapes Math & Science Curriculum
Bolstering STEM instruction with research-driven best practices to give all students skills for success.