GigaPlanning helps teachers develop lesson plans revolving around the innovative, interactive GigaPan photo technology.
Part of an art exhibition on the famous bouncing toy, the SUPER•BALL Family Day was a hands-on making activity engaging kids and their families.
Assemble’s Family Tent Activities at First Night introduced youth and families to making by helping them create LED jewelry.
The Sprout Fund, in support of the Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network, provides fellowship opportunities for emerging scholars, researchers, technologists, writers, educators, practitioners, and others to … Read More
In November of 2013, Sprout funded ten Recipes for Remarkable Learning Experiences–lesson plans to be shared via a digital “cookbook” to improve learning experiences … Read More
The maker programming at Carnegie Library of Homestead’s Digital Technology Lab brings maker experiences to the teens of Homestead to help them prepare for … Read More
FEAST on Good was Pittsburgh’s arm of the national FEAST Conference which brings together innovative doers and thinkers every year.
Grand Ideas are the projects that are funded through Sprout’s $1,000 Seed Awards. Take a look at the ones we supported in 2013.
The Fred Rogers Center’s Digital Badging project creates an ecosystem of professional development for early childhood educators across Pittsburgh.