Remake Learning is a network that ignites engaging, relevant, and equitable learning practices in support of young people navigating rapid social and technological change. It is an open group of interconnected, creative, and innovative people and organizations in the greater Pittsburgh region. The purpose of the Remake Learning network is to spark and share best practices and new ideas, make it easier for neighbors and colleagues to help each other, reduce duplicative efforts in the region, and leverage resources collectively for greater impact.

Remake Learning encompasses a broad array of interests including next generation professional development for educators and expanding access to high-quality STEM, STEAM, and computer science learning opportunities for youth. Maker education has been one of the deepest areas of focus for the network and many of its members.

Their online resources include:

  • The Remake Learning Playbook which covers the theory and practice of building learning innovation networks, the resources and strategies required to put networks into action, and the impact of the network in schools, museums, libraries, communities, and more.
  • Connected Learning Lesson plans, created by Remake Learning member schools and organizations, exemplify some of the best connected learning practices that have developed in Pittsburgh over the last several years. This collection of resources was designed to be used, shared, remixed, and reused. Use the hashtag #RemakeLearning to share how ¬†you adapt these lessons for your own students.