Remake Learning

Blog of the Pittsburgh Kids+Creativity Network

Beyond Screen Time

Kids+Creativity Weekly Update

Remake Learning speaks with Lisa Guernsey, director of the Early Education Initiative at the New America Foundation; learning about light speed using Minecraft; Carlow University becomes CREATE Lab satellite; 2 new upcoming events & opportunities.

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Libraries Prove to be Adaptable and Vital in the Digital Age

Libraries Prove to be Adaptable and Vital in the Digital Age

In Pittsburgh and around the country, libraries are becoming “bustling community centers.”

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Are ‘Bossy’ Girls Future STEM Leaders?

Are ‘Bossy’ Girls Future STEM Leaders?

How do we encourage girls to take the lead in STEM fields? Sheryl Sandberg suggests banning the word “bossy.”

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Beyond Screen Time

Beyond Screen Time

Lisa Guernsey says national leaders have a lot to learn from practitioners on the ground in Pittsburgh, who are using technology to put kids in charge of their own learning.

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The Three Tiers of Hive [Hive NYC]

The Three Tiers of Hive [Hive NYC]

Chris Lawrence of Mozilla returns with his second blog for Hive NYC, writing on building Hive into a global network of learning and development activities.

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Report Finds Class Divide in Educational Media Use

Kids+Creativity Weekly Update

Report finds class divisions in use of educational media; Pitt helps spur city-wide transformation; CMU’s Working Examples teams with Silicon Valley start-up; 7 new upcoming events and opportunities.

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Anchored In: University of Pittsburgh Helps Spur City-Wide Transformation

Anchored In: University of Pittsburgh Helps Spur City-Wide Transformation

What happens when a university becomes not only a good neighbor, but a valuable – and welcome – engine of change?

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Report Finds Class Divide in Educational Media Use

Report Finds Class Divide in Educational Media Use

A report from the Cooney Center points to lessons for parents and educational media developers.

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