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Learning innovation: Apps for the tiniest of toddlers?
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
What would Fred Rogers, keeper of the childhood psyche, say about the explosion of apps for small children? With new apps involving everything from spacecraft repair to dinosaur portraits to brushing teeth, the answer might surprise you.
Pittsburgh media partners to spotlight the region's drive to remake learning
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Pittsburgh's education revolution will be televised — and printed, put on the web and broadcast on radio — by four Pittsburgh media organizations through a new collaborative: “Spotlight on Learning Innovation.”
Why you should care about the design of our schools
Wednesday, August 07, 2013
First we shape the building and then the building shapes us. School design matters. A lot. Just ask these Pittsburgh architects and designers of K-12 education from the ground up.
Thinking of the city as your campus
Wednesday, August 07, 2013
The best way to learn is by doing. So when the seniors of Winchester Thurston got a class assignment to do something that benefits a community, they got to work. The result? Some cool projects, sure. But It turns out the biggest impact was on the students.
Why I serve: on the school board
Wednesday, July 17, 2013
At first he said no to an offer of serving on the local school board. Then he reconsidered. And now after more than two decades of being a school board member, this writer highly recommends you do the same. Ready to be convinced? If you have a good story of why you serve your community,
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Source: Wall St Journal
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Source: The Sacramento Bee
Pittsburgh, an EdTech Hive and home of the Kids + Creativity movement
Source: Education Week
The Saxifrage School: The city as campus
Source: The Wall Street Journal
19 education advisors from around the globe gather in Pittsburgh around education
Source: Global Pittsburgh
Ellis students celebrate International Day of the Girl in this unscripted video
Source: You Tube
Pittsburgh: a model for addressing child homelessness
Source: Huffington Post
CMU study asks, who gives a tweet?
Keeping the Promise: Putting 9th graders on the college path
The Fred Rogers Center launches Ele, innovative new digital learning site
Source: The Fred Rogers Center
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Duolingo launches "The Incubator" to create lessons for every language in the world
Feministing author and blogger Courtney Martin speaks at a free forum at Ellis on Sept. 25th
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BirdBrain Technologies, cool kits that make robotics learning fun
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iTwixie. Empowering young women to hold companies accountable
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Creative Nonfiction magazine, born in Pittsburgh, celebrates 20 years of literary non-fiction
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