Each year, Remake Learning network members travel to Austin, TX for SXSW EDU, an annual event that fosters innovation and learning within the education industry. Many members also share their findings and successes with fellow attendees by hosting a conference session.

Right now, you can help your fellow network members land a spot on the SXSW EDU stage by voting for their proposals using the SXSW Panelpicker.

Here are the Remake Learning members you can support:

Developing Ecosystems: From Lifelong to Lifewide Learning
Tyler Samstag, Remake Learning; Aurelio Amaral, Innovation, WISE – Qatar Foundation; Cecilia de la Paz, Educate Uruguay

How Learning Festivals Catalyze Innovation & Community
Aurelio Amaral, Innovation, WISE – Qatar Foundation; Lauren Ziegler, Remake Learning; Yu-Ling Cheng, Remake Learning Days

Remaking Tomorrow: A Podcast About the Future of Learning
Gregg Behr, The Grable Foundation; Ryan Rydzewski, The Grable Foundation

Monsters of Appalachia: A Game About Building Networks
Elaine Fath, Center for Transformational Play; Stephanie Lewis, Remake Learning

How to Build Trust & Sustainable Family-School Engagement
Yu-Ling Cheng, Kidsburgh; Twaina Williams, Expecting Health; Rachel Nagy, California Area School District; Scott Martin, Bentworth School District

Reimagining the Education Experience
Heather Nicholson, California Area School District; Laura Jacob, California Area School District; Alexandria Susan Bitonti, California Area School District

Andy Warhol’s Neighborhood: The Pop District
Anneliese Martinez, The Andy Warhol Museum

The Wonder of the School Designed Like a Children’s Museum
Anne Fullenkamp, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh; Michael Corb, CannonDesign; Troy Hoggard, CannonDesign; Lauri Pendred, CannonDesign

Anti-Ableist Tools for Inclusive Art & Maker Education
Danielle Linzer, Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh

Schools Unified in Neurodiversity (SUN)
Kelly Battle Beck, University of Pittsburgh; Donna Westbrooks-Martin, ACLD, Inc., Daniel Beck, Upper St Clair School District

Building Language-Inclusive & Accessible CS Classrooms
Sofia De Jesus, Carnegie Mellon University

Remaking Higher Education for a Digital World
Michael Smith, Carnegie Mellon University

Challenge AI & Transform EDU with Dynamic Partnerships
James Hausman III, South Fayette Township School District, Matthew Callison, South Fayette Township SD, Skip Shelly, Carnegie Mellon University Human-Computer Interaction Institute

Using Music to Engage SWD in CS Learning
Jeremy Gabborin, Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN)

Class of 2034 Graduation Party
Jason Swanson, KnowledgeWorks; Maria Crabtree, KnowledgeWorks

Voting is open through August 20, so cast your vote now!

Did you submit a SXSW EDU session? Let us know and we’ll add your proposal to this list!