Engaging Every Parent
What aspects of parent engagement can be shared across these diverse learning contexts?
How Can We Remake Learning For Every Child?
Out-of-school learning opportunities have become essential experiences for today's learners. What's it take to make sure they are more accessible to learners with exceptionalities?
Creating space for equity in making
As makerspaces spread and grow, how do we ensure that resources for making are equitably distributed?
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.
Tennessee Teachers Turn to Pittsburgh Fabrication Institute
The Pittsburgh Fabrication Institute helped Tennessee educators prepare to teach students 21st-century skills.
Modes of making: exploration, engineering, and entrepreneurship
From creativity and expression to job training and entrepreneurship, maker learning is what you make of it.
Making, from cradle to career
How do we bring our network’s strength in maker learning together with our region’s growing need for a new generation of manufacturing talent?
Researching the Reality of Remaking Learning
Lori Delale-O’Connor researches issues of equity in urban education, and shares strategies with Remake Learning for creating a more transformative impact.
Recap of the Creating 21st Century Learning Spaces Workshop at West Liberty University
“There are three teachers of children: adults, other children, and their physical environment.” – Loris Malaguzzi, Founder of the Reggio Emilia approach
Family to Family: Remaking Family Learning
Since 1983, Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP) has served as a national platform for forward-thinking perspectives on family and community engagement and anywhere, anytime learning strategies. HFRP synthesizes research, conducts national and community forums, and documents promising practices that connect families, schools, libraries and museums, afterschool, and early childhood and community programs.
Writing Saves Lives: A Look at Life Stages in Pages
Young women gain self-worth through self-expression at this creative writing workshop in the Hill District.
Perspectives on the Digital Badges Forum for Pittsburgh Employers
Employers gather in Pittsburgh to explore opportunities to use digital badges as a tool to open up new pathways to economic opportunity and workforce development.
Local Youth Produce Hip Hop show at Kelly Strayhorn Theater
Teens get real-world experience planning, designing, and producing a professional theater production at the KST
Where does your food come from?
From seasonal restaurant menus and community support agriculture to urban beekeeping and action to combat food deserts, there's been a renewed interest in food in recent years. Where does our food come from? What it's made of? How is it prepared? What does it take to get from field to plate?
Catching up with the Literary Arts Boom
The Literary Arts Boom is a place where Pittsburgh kids can explode with creative expression
Pittsburgh Project Youth Get Hacking
The third floor of the Pittsburgh Project buzzes with excited energy. In the art room, middle school students hack ugly sweaters to create a holiday quilt, complete with loud plaids and glittery buttons. Around 4pm, they migrate down the hall to the computer room, settling in for a session with the Remake Learning Digital Corps. […]
A Day with the Institute of Play
Earlier this month, I was invited to spend an enlightening day with Institute of Play (IOP), a non-profit based in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan that aims to help educators integrate game-design principles into their learning experiences. The future as we know it is rapidly changing and the workforce that today's students face is widely unknown. During my visit to NYC, I got to witness the power of play and how it is shaping the next generation of innovators at the Quest To Learn (Q2L) public school, opened in 2006 by Institute of Play.
Know How to Code: An Introduction to Webmaking
Whether you’re a teacher in the classroom, interested parent, after school mentor, or student, there’s a vehicle for learning code that fits your budget, schedule, and learning style.
Tangrams + Steamroller = Community Art: An interview with the MITCH Collective's Siena Baldi
Siena Baldi is founder and director of the MITCH Collective, a community arts non-profit offering workshops, artist residencies, and studio space.
Creative Mornings finds a home in Pittsburgh
CreativeMornings was founded in New York City in 2009 to gather creative types for a free breakfast and a twenty-minute talk by a local peer. Now Pittsburgh joins the nearly fifty cities to host CreativeMornings.
Local Teens Discuss Human Rights with International Peers
From Athens, Greece to South Africa, Brazil, and back to Pittsburgh, see how students at Cornell High School are connecting with peers from around the world to take on global issues.