Before Remake Learning Days, hundreds of educators will descend on Pittsburgh for the Perspectives conference, a project of Harvard's Graduate School of Education.
The brainy bash shows how bringing new technology, games and other non-traditional tools into schools could be the future of education.
In the second full-scale Maker Faire for the city, more than 200 makers of all ages will come together for a weekend circus of creativity, science and performing arts at Nova Place.
17 local students worked together at the Carnegie Science Center's Fab Lab to 3-D print and assemble 10 child-sized hands for peers overseas who lack hands or digits as a result of violent conflict.
As the granddaddy of the maker movement, what lessons might Pittsburgh learn from the San Francisco Maker Faire with its 1,300 projects, 200 presentations and performances on eight stages?
More than ever, Pittsburgh's maker movement is receiving recognition as a national leader.
May 9 — 15
May 9 — 15
Tucked into an industrial building in Point Breeze, Tuff Sound Recording Studio offers students an opportunity to learn the technical artistry and business of sound recordings.
The Biz-Ed Blitz: Connecting Classrooms to Careers event is aimed at bringing educators and employers together, to improve STEM education training options.
“There couldn’t be a better place for this to happen. We want to help people create and get back to being a baseline manufacturing community.”