Remake Learning Member Materials
As a member of the Remake Learning network, you represent Remake Learning in the region and around the world. Use the logos and language below to acknowledge your involvement in Remake Learning.
Logos & Brand Guidelines
Describing your membership
[INSERT YOUR NAME OR ORGANIZATION] is a member of the Remake Learning Network. Remake Learning ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change. Learn more at remakelearning.org.
About Remake Learning
Remake Learning ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change. Learn more at remakelearning.org.
More about Remake Learning
Remake Learning is an open group of interconnected, creative, and innovative people and organizations in the greater Pittsburgh region. Since 2007, Remake Learning has sought to spark and share best practices and new ideas, make it easier for neighbors and colleagues to help each other, reduce duplicative efforts in the region, and leverage resources collectively for greater impact. No one organization alone can transform teaching and learning to better serve today’s young people, so Remake Learning helps bring them together.
Remake Learning’s values
When learning is engaging, learners have the time, resources, support, environment, and encouragement to be active problem-solvers, creators, innovators, advocates, and citizens.
When learning is relevant, it resonates today with learner’s interests, culture, context, community, identity, abilities, and experiences, while allowing room for exposure and growth. It also prepares learners for the future, in which interdisciplinary skills like creativity, problem-solving, critical thinking, and collaboration will be increasingly salient.
When learning is equitable, more support and opportunities are afforded to those of greatest need. Based on national and regional research, this means particular attention is paid to working alongside, as well as uplifting and supporting the voices, strength, and potential of: learners in poverty; learners of color; learners in rural areas; girls in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math); and learners with exceptionalities.
Grant Acknowledgement Language
For any printed acknowledgement of Great Remake grant support on a program, brochure, or poster, please describe your Remake Learning funding as follows:
[INSERT NAME OF PROJECT OR EVENT] is supported in part by Remake Learning and by The Grable Foundation. Learn more at remakelearning.org.