What’s it take to teach technological fluency to digital natives?
In Pittsburgh and across the world, Mark Stehlik is sharing a lifetime of computer science teaching experience with a new generation
Pittsburgh Youth Speak Out to Improve Relations with Police
With help from the Hear Me project and Allies for Children, Pittsburgh youth led public input on hiring the city’s next police chief.
Can the Power of Citizen Science Help Save the Environment?
How innovative technology is making it easier than ever before for ordinary citizens to become climate scientists.
Game On: Teachers Learn to Bring Gaming and Play into the Classroom
Teachers and students in Allegheny County are spending their summer playing games. But instead of capture the flag or kickball, these educators and kids are focusing on innovative mobile games they can use in their classrooms in the fall.
At The Museum, DIY Learning
Museum professionals from around the country gather in Pittsburgh this week to explore the future of children’s museums in the 21st century. The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh's MAKESHOP, where kids and adults can experiment with the latest physical and digital tools, is one exciting model. Lisa Brahms, the museum’s director of learning and research, explains.