Teaching emerging readers about all the aspects of reading fluency by letting them examine fluent readers and then practice on their own.
A series of programs from the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh for youth that focus on the growing, gardening and cooking of food.
Café Con Leche is an opportunity for Pittsburghers to learn about the growing local Latino community with delicious food, art and entertainment.
Teach a Robot to See gives young children a chance to use their own problem solving skills to teach a computer to recognize objects … Read More
Part of this year’s VIA Festival, the VIA Music Conference engages the audience at an interactive level, with artist talks, workshops and tech demos.
TRETC 2014 is the region’s premier educational technology conference, focusing this year on the theme of “Deeper Learning.”
The Iron Garden Walk leads visitors to the Carrie Furnaces through a living garden via beautiful iron plaques made for charcoal rubbings.
The Diverse Mothering Initiative diversifies the face of mothering in Pittsburgh with classes for mothers of color that tackle important family issues.
Fifth graders in Ohio County, WV use crawdads to learn about biodiversity and increase science knowledge.