Global challenges, local solutions
Pittsburgh's Remake Learning collaborates with education leaders around the world
From why to how: #CSforInclusion takes a deep dive into computer science strategy & practice
CSforPGH’s special series shares the intentional acts of inclusion that can help us redefine the look of Silicon Valley
Want more girls in STEM? Start by building a community.
Students and educators from The National Center for Women & Information Technology lead a virtual Lunch & Learn on diversity in computing
Equity in PA “Fill-Up” gives a crash-course in the fundamentals of equitable education
Dr. Nikole Hollins-Sims leads a tour of the PDE’s framework for equitable practices, with plenty of resource pit-stops along the way
Exploring the future of STEM, two decades in
Why science, tech, engineering, and math will benefit from greater student voice, social justice integration, and more
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.
Designing spaces ready for the future of learning
Educators join architects and national design leaders to explore the anatomy of modern learning spaces
Why I think “Inclusive Innovation” matters
A hallmark of privilege is not being able to see how it benefits us.
Pittsburgh AI x Humanities asks important questions about the promise and consequences of artificial intelligence
Lots of people throw the word AI around. Pittsburgh AI is trying to help you understand it.
STEM Ecosystems conference offers new insights, deeper connections
A recap of the Remake Learning delegation’s trip to the national STEM Ecosystems 2019 Spring Community of Practice Convening, April 3-5.
Recap: Rochester Area SD STEAM Walk 2019
A recap of the Rochester Area School District STEAM Walk of 2019
Discussing Opportunities and Challenges at the State of Maker Learning Summit
Makers and educators from southwestern Pennsylvania and beyond came together to reflect on successes, work through challenges, and foster interdisciplinary approaches to maker education.
#RemakeLearning @ #CLS2018
What happens when a few dozen Pittsburgher's swarm Cambridge, MA for a week in August?
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.
Journeys to Personalized Learning, Maker 2.0 and Project-based Learning
Dispatches from Remake Learning’s delegation to iNACOL 2017
Scientists Have All the Fun at STEAMabration 2017
Citizen Science Lab gathered the major players in Pittsburgh’s STEM Ecosystem for one outstanding back-to-school bonanza.
A Showcase for Young Entrepreneurs; A Marketplace for Youth Entrepreneurs
Startable Pittsburgh’s showcase celebrates young entrepreneurs who completed the intensive eight-week summer program.
What’s it take to go from 'Rec Center' to 'Tech Center'?
Cities gather in Washington, DC to trade insights on efforts to enhance municipal recreation centers with maker and tech-enhanced learning
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
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.
Shared Story Adventures
Shared Story Adventures bring together elementary school children from diverse communities to build relationships and understanding by creating and sharing stories.
Attendees get hands-on with programming at Maker Party [Pittsburgh Tribune Review]
Saturday's Maker Party celebration caught the eye of both of Pittsburgh's major newspapers. Check out the Trib's coverage of the event.
Reporting from the NAEYC Early Childhood Professional Development Conference
NAEYC recently held their National Institute for Early Childhood Professional Development conference, and PAEYC directors Sue Polojac and Cara Ciminillo were in attendance.