How can a person or organization become a part of Remake Learning?

To become a part of Remake Learning, simply add yourself and your organization to the Remake Learning member directory. You will be asked to provide a description of your work, contact information, and a photo. It should take no more than 10 minutes.

What are the expectations of Remake Learning members?

To be considered part of the Remake Learning network, you must be open to:

  • Holding yourself and other network members accountable to the mission and vision.
  • Being contacted by other network members.
  • Following network values. This means interacting with other members in ways that are:
    • Creative and Innovative: We support inventive solutions and imaginative approaches to learning.
    • Collaborative and Cooperative: We work in multidisciplinary teams in mutual support of shared goals and objectives.
    • Accessible and Open: We promote the productive exchange of ideas and opportunities and welcome the opportunity to share our knowledge and expertise.
    • Inclusive: We value and prioritize the voices of those that comprise the global majority, yet are often marginalized in American society.
    • Experimental, Catalytic, and Transformative: We test promising new ideas with the power to advance learning.
    • Flexible and Future-Focused: We respond to the ever-changing needs of children and youth.
    • Trusting of Youth: We trust the youth of today to experiment, play, work together, solve problems, lead, advocate, and follow their curiosity.
    • Positive and Respectful: We are kind to learners and collaborators.
    • Playful and Accepting: We are accepting of one another, as well as encouraging, exciting, welcoming, and inspiring!

What does Remake Learning do for its members?

Remake Learning provides a supportive infrastructure to extend the capacity for network members to innovate and improve their practice. To do this, Remake Learning plays five roles:

  • Catalyzing equitable, engaging, and relevant approaches to learning;
  • Communicating opportunities, resources, and stories about learning;
  • Convening diverse people and organizations creating equitable, engaging, and relevant learning;
  • Coordinating activities to reduce duplication and leverage resources; and
  • Championing best practices.
For more details on current service offerings, please contact Ani Martinez, community manager for Remake Learning.

Why become a member of Remake Learning?

Remake Learning members gain access to the infrastructure that the network provides. In order to be eligible or catalytic grant funding, participate in working groups, take advantage of and be featured in network communications, and more, you must be a member of the Remake Learning network.

Where is Remake Learning?

Remake Learning members reside in the greater Pittsburgh region, which includes the counties of Allegheny, Butler, Beaver, Westmoreland, Greene, Fayette, and Washington in Pennsylvania, as well as parts of north-central West Virginia.