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.
We can all be “math people”
How do we prove to those who believe that they aren’t “math people,” that they can be?
A special message from Anne Sekula
Outgoing director of Remake Learning Anne Sekula shares reflections on the impact Remake Learning has made in her life, both personally and professionally.
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.
Out of school time vs. in school learning, Is it all that different?
How time as a digital literacy mentor in out-of-school spaces helped Erin Cawley become a more flexible, open minded educator in her current school setting.
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.
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.
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
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.
Project-Based Pittsburgh: Thinking Beyond Schools to Remake Learning
In Pittsburgh, project-based learning has been a transformative tool for educators seeking to change the education system. This spring and summer, four unique events are sharing this work with those interested in trying it for themselves.
What’s on deck for Inclusive Innovation Week?
Join the celebration! We hope to see you at Inclusive Innovation Week 2017
Guest Post: Learning Environments Remade, Step-by-Step
3 ways Pittsburgh schools can create future-focused learning environments with fewer resources
Pittsburgh’s Big Bet
How much risk are we willing to take to help our children thrive in the future that's ahead of them?
A Brief, Personal History of Augmented Reality
Reflections on technology's potential to shape our lives and learning experiences.
Guest Post: Let's Talk Technology & Young Children
Tanya Baronti of the Fred Rogers Center and Jordan Lippman of ISA Learning report on the ongoing conversation about the role of technology in early childhood learning.
Guest Post: Two days of high intensity ed-tech how-tos
Highlights from EdTechTeam Western Pennsylvania Google for Educators Summit
A "Reel" Youth Perspective on the Future of Learning
In a "very special episode" of The Reel Teens: Pittsburgh, the teens explore the effort to Remake Learning.
Demystifying Learning Frameworks: Deeper Learning
The fouth post in our series on De-Mystifying Learning Frameworks. Check out the original post for the full list.
Demystifying Learning Frameworks: Connected Learning
The third post in our series on De-Mystifying Learning Frameworks. Check out the original post for the full list.
Aspiring Artist Discovers Digital Expression
Imagine being a student today and trying to make sense of our complex digital world.
Demystifying Learning Frameworks: The P21 Framework
The second post in our series on De-Mystifying Learning Frameworks. Check out the original post for the full list.
Connecting Pittsburgh’s Past and Future Through Innovation
How does Pittsburgh’s inventive past connect to its innovative future? Students from Manchester Academic Charter School and Pittsburgh Woolslair are finding out.