Five Questions with Remake Learning PULSE Fellow Rebecca Case
Remake Learning has a new team member. Meet Assistant Network Coordinator and PULSE Fellow Rebecca Case
Sharing a Love for STEAM: 3 questions with Dr. Andre Samuel
How Remake Learning’s new Pittsburgh Regional STE(A)M Ecosystem lead will spark inspiration
Expanding Access to CS: 3 questions with Dr. Lisa Abel-Palmieri and Christine Nguyen
Meet the new co-leads of Remake Learning’s CSforPGH working group
The ‘Scientific Method’ of Connections in Rural Learning:
3 questions with Alyssa Moore
How Remake Learning’s new Rural Outreach Coordinator plans to combine experience in STEM instruction and curriculum design to find connections, resources, and opportunities
Keeping relationships at the center: 3 questions with Stephanie Lewis
How Remake Learning’s new Director of Relationships plans to leverage her OST experience
The power of STEAM on our region’s learners
An inside look at how local educators and OST providers are tailoring STEAM curriculum to student experiences, identities, and communities
Building relationships: Father-son engineering pair brings accessible Maker Learning to students in Pittsburgh & beyond
A Q&A with Damola Idowu
Catching up with the Remake Learning Working Groups
See what’s new in the effort to build more equitable and inclusive futures through STEAM, making, and computer science.
Samantha Utley: Teaching and Leading with Grace
Examining the intersections of inclusion, environment, community and conversation with the Falk School’s new equity coordinator
Dr. Chuck Herring: A Hip-Hop Educator
Catching up with the director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at South Fayette Township School District
Four Questions with Emmai Alaquiva
A rapid-fire Q&A with this award-winning artist, entrepreneur, and mentor on the intersections of art, education, and the current crises in public health and racial equity.
Centering, Naming, and Liberating through Black Creativity
The Black Transformative Arts Network combines a learner-centered approach with Africana knowledge pools, Black history, culture, and arts to transform and transcend status-quo learning in a multi-generational context.
When place and play collide: a Q&A with Sarah Siplak
Place, play, and learning are closely related. Sarah Siplak of the Playful Pittsburgh Collaborative is helping bring all three together to support families, build community, and create joy.
COVID Conversation with the Remake Learning Team
The last few weeks have been a lot. Our team came together to talk about it.
Remake Learning reflections: a tabletop podcast
Remake Learning's departing director Sunanna Chand and field director Ani Martinez share a conversation on the past, present, and future of equitable, engaging, and relevant learning in our region
Practicing Culturally Sustaining Engagement
An interview with activist, educator, and professor Dr. Tyra Good on the theory and practice of culturally responsive and sustaining education.
Catching up with the STEAM Ecosystem
It takes a lot to bring Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math together to remake learning for each and every student. Catch up on how educators, researchers, and community builders are doing it as part of the STEAM Ecosystem.
Catching up with the Future of Work Collaborative
In a time of rapid social and technological change, how can we make sure the future of learning helps young people prepare for the future of work? Catch up on how readiness is being redefined with Marita Garrett, lead of Remake Learning’s newest working group, the Future of Work Collaborative.
Catching up with Remake Rural
The small towns and rural communities of southwestern Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia are frontiers of engaging, relevant, and equitable learning. Catch up with what Remake Learning Rural Outreach Coordinator Allie Mullins is learning from educators across the region.
Discovering what’s possible in your particular place
"What makes the EdClusters model powerful is that challenges and solutions are place-based. That context can be a powerful driver for how people approach work and how it's sustained and maintained." - Cricket Fuller
Catching up with the Youth Voice Working Group
We hear a lot about Youth Voice, but what does it mean? How does it intersect with authentic learning, creative expression, and civic action? Catch up on the evolving practice of youth voice with Jess Gold, Remake Learning lead for the Youth Voice Working Group.
A Fitbit for Learning
Personalized Learning Squared (PL2) uses artificial intelligence to vastly expand human mentors’ ability to keep tabs on student learning. Carnegie Mellon University professor Ken Koedinger, who’s heading development of the PL2 app, sees great promise in the program’s potential to address student motivation by providing tailored support.
Squaring the Power of Personalized Learning
Personalized Learning Squared (PL2) combines personalized learning with artificial intelligence to address opportunity gaps. We spoke with Cassandra Brentley of Pitt's Center for Urban Education to find out how PL2 offers students learning opportunities that are both powerful and personally meaningful.