The nonprofit organization hopes to create new learning paradigms with micro-grants funded by The Grable Foundation.
Our city's commitment to collaboration and innovation in teaching our kids is garnering a growing chorus of national attention in books and news stories.
May 17 – 25
May 17 – 25
Ted Dintersmith brought blunt conversation about education innovation — and words of praise — to Pittsburgh
When learning is relevant, kids tend to flourish, Ted Dintersmith says. But when schools only “teach to the test,” prepping them for SATs and not for life, how can they?
After visiting every state in the nation to understand how our children are being taught, Dintersmith comes to Pittsburgh to discuss "What Schools Could Be."
"Parents wondering what the future holds need only look to the innovative schools, museums, libraries and maker spaces that grace the Pittsburgh region," write the authors.
This groundbreaking thinker on modern education will spend an evening discussing the evolution of learning with the Pittsburgh community.
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.
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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.