Celebrating 2018 and Going Deep in 2019
A special end-of-year message of gratitude and support for the members of the Remake Learning network from Remake Learning director Sunanna Chand.
The Road to Youth Maker Alley
Handmade Arcade’s youth entrepreneurship program readies artists and makers for the big event.
Leveling the Field: Equity across the Remake Learning Network
By grounding its work in equity, the Remake Learning network tackles 21st-century challenges.
Remake Learning Days: What’s happening in West Virginia?
Meet Donna Peduto and Learn Why She’s Excited for Remake Learning Days in West Virginia
De-Mystifying Learning Frameworks
Making sense of the big ideas and buzzwords in learning innovation. The first in a new series.
What We Can All Learn from Olympians (and Their Parents)
My guess? A young Ted Ligety didn’t hear a lot of gushing praise from his parents.
Why Remake Learning?
The Kids+Creativity Network is working to make education a deeper journey that continues outside of school. Here's why.
How Early Should We Be Teaching STEM?
Sesame Street thinks students should understand the word “hypothesis” at age 4. Do experts agree?
Games+Learning+Society conference Day 3 notes from Lucas Blair
Lucas Blair, game designer and founder of Little Bird Games, spends his third day at the Games+Learning+Society conference and shares his thoughts on the speakers, sessions and even a fun new product.
Notes from Day 2 at Games+Learning+Society
Little Bird Games founder, Lucas Blair, continues his report from the Games+Learning+Society conference in Madison, WI for Day 2.
Hive NYC strategist attends Pittsburgh Human-Centered Design workshop
Pittsburgh workshop attracts interdisciplinary professionals from around the country
Good Health may mean Good Grades
Recent research discovers that having good health may ultimately lead to getting better grades. Huffington Post provides support for this argument.
Unlearning How to Teach
Erica McWilliam, of Queensland University of Technology wrote a thought-provoking article on the importance of adapting to the times and changing with the students. Read more about it here.
EA Starts Gaming with The Institute of Play
The Electronic Arts’ Headquarters in Redwood City, CA announces the establishment of an unprecedented research and development facility. This facility, the Games, Learning, and Assessment Lab (GLASS Lab), will be managed by the Institute of Play. GLASS Lab is exploring the potential for digital games to serve both as potent learning environments and as real-time […]