Reflection and celebration: Introducing the new Remake Learning Network Director
A leadership update from the Remake Learning Co-Chairs
Announcing the CSforALL 2020 Commitments from the Pittsburgh region
Organizations in the Pittsburgh region are making a commitment to expanding access to computer science education
Educators and Researchers Convene to Shift Power in Educational Research
Initiative embarks on equity-focused R&D through collaborative projects, new processes
Remake Learning Days Across America Kickoff to Showcase the Future of Learning in 16 regions throughout the U.S.
Cities across the nation will offer insider previews of free, hands-on learning events coming in 2021 — and celebrate a new report by global innovation-spotter HundrED highlighting the groundbreaking, scalable work of 16 leading innovations in education.
What’s Working in Schools Now?
Webinar series continues with new sessions for school leaders in October and November
Ignite Grants spark new ways of learning, thinking, doing
$100,000 awarded to Pittsburgh-area schools and organizations, supporting innovative learning projects that will impact 4,000 students
Welcome to Tomorrow
A campaign of grantmaking and storytelling asking one vital question: What can we do today to make tomorrow a more promising place for all learners?
New Research Initiative to Shift Power Structures in Educational Research and Development
The Pitt School of Education and Remake Learning will bring together Black and Latinx Educators and learning scientists to help increase equity in educational research and development.
CSforPGH joins national partners in commitment to computer science
Organizations in the Pittsburgh region are making a commitment to expanding access to computer science education.
Spotlight: Parents in Toto on learning with Autism & supporting those in need
Quality of life is increased when we have a sense of community around us and understanding from our loved ones. A good life at home can bring many positive outcomes for people afflicted with disorders.
Announcing the 2019 Ignite Grantees
100+ projects and programs spark innovative learning across the region
Recap: Rochester Area SD STEAM Walk 2019
A recap of the Rochester Area School District STEAM Walk of 2019
Celebrating 2018 and Going Deep in 2019
A special end-of-year message of gratitude and support for the members of the Remake Learning network from Remake Learning director Sunanna Chand.
CSforPGH Quickstart Guide
Just in time for CS Ed Week, the CSforPGH working group has released a "Quickstart Guide" full of inspiring examples of how educators in the Pittsburgh region have taken steps to expand and improve computer science education.
Launching a Maker Learning Leadership Cohort in the Pittsburgh Region
Ten Pittsburgh-area school districts begin year-long maker learning leadership journey
The Great Remake is Underway
$400,000 awarded to launch new learning opportunities for 9,000 students in the Pittsburgh region
Remake Learning launches new Resources section to collect digital creativity tools
Browse more than a dozen websites, software programs, games, and toolkits for web hacking, storytelling, making, and more -- many of them free and openly accessible to all!
Have you RSVP'd to the party yet?
Maker parties are happening all over the United States this summer. Amira Dhalla from Mozilla shares a little guide on how to get involved via our sister network east of here, Hive New York.
Pittsburgh learning innovators seek support in Project:Connect DML 5 Competition
Public voting for DML 5 ends tomorrow and there are a bunch of Pittsburgh projects that could use your support
Hive Days of Summer kicks off at Warhol Youth Invasion
Hive teens are reinventing summer learning throughout Pittsburgh and it's kicking off at Youth Invasion at the Andy Warhol Museum!
Pittsburgh Teen Joins other Hive Youth at White House Science Fair
First held in 2011, the White House Science Fair invites about 100 students from across the country to share their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) projects with their peers, with educators, and senior policymakers. The 2013 Science Fair featured 100 students showcasing a range of STEM projects from alternative energy to computer science to medical science.