For 10 years, Remake Learning has worked to ignite engaging, relevant and equitable learning opportunities for every student — opportunities that leverage technology, art and the learning sciences to upend the factory model paradigm.
NEXT Up: A sneak peek at the “world’s largest open house on the future of learning” with Anne Sekula
From hydroponics and virtual reality, to battling robots and smashing the gender gap in coding, explore the heart of Remake Learning Days with Anne Sekula.
Before Remake Learning Days, hundreds of educators will descend on Pittsburgh for the Perspectives conference, a project of Harvard's Graduate School 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.
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?
"Join me for an amazingly special week for parents and families: Remake Learning Days."
May 9 — 15
May 9 — 15
On a cloudless blue sky day in July, about 20 Hazelwood teens scrambled on slides and jungle gyms in Frick Park and learned from city leaders what it will take to build a trail of playful spaces in their community.
UnConference 2015: Children+Arts gives educators a ground-breaking opportunity to playfully see the world through the eyes of a child.
It's easy to say ‘It's not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem.’ Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.”